Performing Arts Center
last we have a home for the performing arts at Baruch, which
will soon be filled with music, dance, theatre and other related
many years of dreaming and planning, the Baruch Performing
Arts Center is a reality. The Rose Nagelberg Theatre is an
innovative modern black-box theatre space with state of the
art lighting and sound equipment and flexible seating configurations.
The Engelman Recital Hall is a beautiful classic recital hall,
with fabulous acoustics and where the Steinway Concert Grand
piano makes its home.
mission of the BPAC is simple: to serve the Baruch community
by integrating the performing arts into all aspects of the
life of the college, including the interests of the students,
faculty, staff and Alumni of the Baruch Community. In addition
we will reach out to the arts community and assist in the creation
and nurturing of new projects and classic works.
you are an undergraduate or graduate student; a faculty member
in the math department; an Alum from 1974 or a patron of the
arts…whoever you are, we will share with you in the upcoming
year a rare glimpse of Joseph Conrad’s one-acts with the National
Asian-American Theatre Company; colorful Brazilian dance with
Ologunde; Lyceum—an exciting concert series presenting innovative
thematic programs performed on period and modern instruments;
the art of flamenco dance with Andrea Del Conte Danza Espana;
new play readings throughout the season; a South Asian Festival;
the Silberman Concert Series; The Great Works Readings and
hip-hop, jazz, and spoken word performance.
you think the arts are not for you, think again. What do we
remember of Greek Culture, its business or its great plays
and sculptures? Or of 18th century Europe, it’s
business practices or its great composers? Exploring and participating
in the arts, in music, dance and theatre, in the visual arts
of painting, photography, video and film is what all the work
is difficult to get the news from poems, yet men die miserably
every day for lack of what is found there.” (William
Carlos Williams) Think about it. Celebrate life in the arts
at the Baruch Performing Arts Center.
receive a calendar listing of all upcoming 2003-2004 events
at BPAC email email@example.com or
Krebs is the Director of Baruch Performing Arts Center.
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