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Pulitzer-Winning Composer Mario Davidosky to Be Spotlighted in Vassar "Modfest," the College's Fourth Annual Showcase of Contemporary Music, Dance, Poetry, and Art (January 27-February 5, 2006)

Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Mario Davidosky, The Mannes Trio chamber ensemble, the Vassar Repertory Dance Theater, violinist Curtis Macomber, Broadway sound designer Mark Bennett, the new a cappella choir Ensemble in Flore, as well as student music ensembles, poets, and artists, will highlight Vassar College's fourth annual "Modfest."


International Chamber Musicians Will Celebrate Dutch Art Exhibit

Combining flute, strings, harpsichord, and voice, the international Bouts Ensemble will perform a program of early classical music at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center of Vassar College. Named for the Dutch painter Dirk Bouts, the chamber music group will help celebrate the opening of “Time and Transformation in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art,” a major art exhibition opening April 8 at the Art Center.


Honored Vassar Alum Will Discuss "Mind, Brain, and Music" Connection

Pathbreaking psychologist, Tufts University provost, and Vassar College graduate Jamshed Bharucha will discuss the connection of "Mind, Brain & Music" in Sander's Auditorium on the Vassar campus. The Alumnae/i Association of Vassar College (AAVC) has selected Bharucha for its fourth annual Distinguished Achievement Award, which honors a graduate who has reached the highest level of his or her field of endeavor, while exemplifying the ideals of a liberal arts education.

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