Upcoming Events

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Jokubaviciute and Gutman

Pianists Ieva Jokubaviciute and Renana Gutman will present a program of music for two and four hands, in honor of the memory of beloved music professor Luis Batlle.

Schubert and Mozart
  • Undergraduate

Teaching at the Edge of Time

Educators and students are particularly encouraged to attend this inspirational speaking engagement by the leading Eco-Buddhist theorist in the world today.

Awaken to our moral beauty
  • Undergraduate
  • Graduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Jonathan Biss

Acclaimed pianist Jonathan Biss will play a program of Beethoven sonatas in this second concert in the series to honor the memory of beloved music professor Luis Batlle.

All Beethoven
  • Undergraduate

Music for a Sunday Afternoon: Haydn Trios

Cellist Judith Serkin, pianist Cynthia Raim, and violinist Lucy Chapman will play trios by Haydn in honor of the memory of beloved music professor Luis Batlle.

Trios by Haydn
  • Undergraduate

Walk With Me: The Trials of Damon J. Keith

Join us for this public screening of an inspiration documentary about a federal judge who helped shape a nation coming to terms with civil rights, directed and produced by Marlboro College alumni.

Fearless decisions
  • Undergraduate

Fall Open House

Join us for the Fall Open House, and learn how Marlboro students set themselves apart—from academics to self-governance to study abroad.

 

Visit campus
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News & Past Events

Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Brooklyn-based David Bindman Sextet brings their big sound to Ragle Hall.

Multiculturally funky
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Violinist Andrew Eng and pianist Tae Kim play the music of Scnittke, Shubert, Schumann, and Debussy.

Listen to this
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Music for a Sunday Afternoon

Allos Musica Ensemble of clarinetist and composer James Falzone explores the intersection of jazz, classical, and world music traditions.

You oud to hear this
  • Undergraduate

The Fear of Large and Small Nations

Writer Nancy Agabian will read from her new novel, The Fear of Large and Small Nations, a story of love and loss in post-Soviet Armenia.

Read more
  • Undergraduate

Bend

A solo performance piece by Kimi Maeda examines the lives of two men incarcerated in a Japanese American Relocation Camp during World War II.

Remember this
  • Undergraduate

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