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October 2019

Williams College Berkshire Symphony

The Berkshire Symphony will perform Samuel Barber — Knoxville: Summer of 1915 with soloist Erin Nafziger, soprano; Aaron Copland — Old American Songs with Philip Lima, baritone; and Howard Hanson’s Symphony No. 2 (Romantic) to John Harbison Remembering Gatsby: Foxtrot for Orchestra.

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Fall planetarium shows at Williams College

Williams College invites the community to travel the skies at the Milham Planetarium, inside the Old Hopkins Observatory. The high-precision Zeiss Skymaster ZKP3/B opto-mechanical planetarium projector will show phenomena from motions of the planets to phases of the moon and more.

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Williamstown Farmers Market

Duck egg tacos with hot sausage and greens? Baklava and fresh moussaka? The Williamstown Farmers Market is growing. Farmers, food producers, artists and artisans will gather in the expanded parking lot at the end of Spring Street from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Saturday into October.

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Woven Word in the Woods

A creative writing workshop led by poet Lynn Bowmaster — write a love letter to nature and explore contemporary sculpture along the paths and in the gardens at Chesterwood. Rick and Laura Brown's One impulse from a vernal wood is here this summer and fall, new work they made as artists-in-residence.

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Woven Word in the Woods

A creative writing workshop led by poet Lynn Bowmaster — write a love letter to nature and explore contemporary sculpture along the paths and in the gardens at Chesterwood. Rick and Laura Brown's One impulse from a vernal wood is here this summer and fall, new work they made as artists-in-residence.

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National Arab Orchestra

The National Arab Orchestra will give a free concert at Williams College, directed by conductor and founder Michael Ibrahim. A takht is a small chamber music group of the Middle East that includes ‘oud (Arab lute), qanun (Arab zither), violin, nay (Arab reed flute) and riqq (Arab tambourine).

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Capturing H.G. Adler’s Many Worlds

H.G. Adler (1910 – 1988) survived Theresienstadt, Auschwitz, and two other concentration camps, and he chronicled his experience in two dozen books of history, modernist fiction, poems and essays. Biographer and translator Peter Filkins will give a free talk at Williams College on Adler’s life and work.

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