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Thursday, February 15, 2018

 

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 From:  Ted Altschuler, Director, Baruch Performing Arts Center

 

The author Daniel Mendelsohn will be interviewed on stage and will read from his new book An Odyssey on Thursday, March 1 at 6pm in Engelman Hall at BPAC, co-sponsored by the Jewish Studies Center and Great Works.  Students and faculty are free, but reservations are necessary. They can be made by clicking the picture below, or visit www.baruch.cuny.edu/bpac and click the event link. Or email Robert.Bronstein@baruch.cuny.edu  Tickets for the general public are $21.

 

Mendelsohn

 

Best,

Ted

 

Director

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Our 2017-18 season: GOING DEEP. CUTTING ACROSS CULTURES & PERSPECTIVES.

 

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Mar 1 – Daniel Mendelsohn - An Odyssey: A Father, A Son and an Epic - “There is nothing to which he does not bring a fresh perspective.” – The New York Review of Books   The award-winning essayist, classicist, translator, and cultural critic speaks about his latest book with BPAC Director, Ted Altschuler.  Mendelsohn recounts his travels around the Mediterranean with his late father, a scientist, while reading Homer’s Odyssey. “What catches you off guard about this memoir is how moving it is.” – The New York Times

 

Mar 4 – From the Baltic to the Danube The Finnish, Estonian, and Hungarian languages share common roots despite the great distances between the countries. MET Opera soprano Kate Mangiameli and pianist William Hobbs explore their affinities and dissimilarities through their singular musical languages. Works by Bartók, Brahms, Sibelius and others.

 

Mar 8 – 10 – Heidi Latsky Dance - D.I.S.P.L.A.Y.E.D. -   “A choreographer and dancer of uncommon intelligence and fluidity.” The New York Times transforms her installation On Display, seen in 40 cities across the globe, to create a new experience – part dance/part exhibit exploring society’s obsession with body image, challenging the boundaries defining beauty, and embodying inclusion through dance.