Division of the Arts

Michael Cetrangol

Arts Faculty
B.M., Music Education, Piano and Voice, University of Dayton; M.M., Jazz Studies, Purchase College SUNY, Conservatory of Music. Teaching appointments include the New York City public school system; University of Dayton; and The Miami Valley School. Courses taught include Choir, Music Theory, Jazz Ensemble, Music Fundamentals, Improvisation, Piano, and Voice.
E-mail: mcetrangol@bhsec.bard.edu
Phone: 718-361-3133 x6634

Mary Jo Lombardo

Visual Arts & Theater Faculty
B.A., Theater, Mount Holyoke College; MsEd., Leadership & Technology in the Arts:  Visual Arts Focus, Bank Street Graduate College of Education & Parson School of Design/New School.  Taught visual arts and theater to K-post secondary students in Washington, DC and Westport, CT in both public and private schools.   Practicing visual artist with a particular interest in site-specific video installation projects.  Work held in both public and private collections.
E-mail: mlombardo@bhsec.bard.edu
Phone:  718-361-3133 x7734

Timothy Ryan Olson

Arts Faculty
B.A., summa cum laude, Bard College at Simon’s Rock; M.F.A, Playwriting, Actor’s Studio Drama School at The New School, where he was a Jacob K Javits Fellow in the Arts. Taught at Bard College at Simon’s Rock and in an after school program in the Bronx through NYU’s Metro Center. Co-Founding Artistic Director of Bazaar Productions, which presents The Berkshire Fringe, a three-week festival of theater by emerging artists, in the Berkshires.  Has worked as an actor, playwright and director with companies throughout the Northeast, including MassMoCA, TheaterFaction, Geek Ink, Personal Space Theatrics, Theater for the New City, and KickWheel Ensemble. His play, “DARK: An End of the World Play with Music and an Exercise Bike” had its world premiere at the Daniel Arts Center in Great Barrington in 2013.
E-mail: rolson@bhsec.bard.edu

Stefan Weisman

Arts Faculty
B.A., Music, Bard College; M.M, Music, Yale University; Ph.D, Music, Princeton University. Taught at Princeton, Juilliard, and The City College of New York. The New York Times described his music as “personal, moody and skillfully wrought.” His work has been included in the Guggenheim Museum’s Works & Process series, commissioned by American Opera Projects, Bang on a Can, and featured on The Wendy Williams Show. His opera Darkling toured Europe and was released on Albany Records. His opera Fade premiered in London. The Wall Street Journal said his opera The Scarlet Ibis was “subtly subversive, and its production groundbreaking.” He is a recipient of awards from the MAP Fund Grant, Meet the Composer, SCI, ASCAP, and the American Music Center. Recordings of his work available from New Amsterdam Records and Albany Records.
E-mail: sweisman@bhsec.bard.edu
Phone: 212-995-8479 x2092

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