Ensemble for the Romantic Century: Van Gogh's Ear
New York City’s Ensemble for the Romantic Century, in partnership with the American Institute for Economic Research, presents Van Gogh’s Ear, an original theatrical concert based on Vincent van Gogh’s letters to his brother Theo. The Ensemble’s recent engagement at the Brooklyn Academy of Music was hailed as “ingenious... breathtaking... sheer poetry!” by The New York Times.
Performances are held August 20–30 (no performance August 24) in the Stone House estate ballroom at the American Institute for Economic Research, 250 Division Street, Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
The performance schedule is listed below; click on a showtime to purchase tickets for that performance.
Thursday, August 20: 7 pm
Friday, August 21: 8 pm
Saturday, August 22: 2 pm and 8 pm
Sunday, August 23: 4 pm
Tuesday, August 25: 7 pm
Wednesday, August 26: 7 pm
Thursday, August 27: 7 pm
Friday, August 28: 8 pm
Saturday, August 29: 2 pm and 8 pm
Sunday, August 30: 4 pm
Purchase tickets to a performance for $85 each, or purchase a ticket package for $99 each that includes a ticket to a selected performance of Van Gogh’s Ear plus admission to the Clark’s exhibition Van Gogh and Nature on any day of the exhibition, which is on view through September 13, 2015.
For information about the venue or directions, please call 413 528 1216 x3102. To purchase tickets by phone, please call the Clark Art Institute's box office at 413 458 0524.
Made possible, in part, by the generous support of American Investment Services.
Directions: AIER, 250 Division St., Great Barrington, Mass. Our driveway is between two stone pillars on the north side of Division St., 1.8 miles east of Route 41 and .1 mile west of Alford Road.
Summer Speaker Series: Contemporary Economic Issues
Five distinguished economists will talk about their research on issues that affect public policy and our personal lives in a series of lectures this summer at AIER’s historic Great Barrington campus. The public is invited. All lectures are free and are preceded by light refreshments.
6:30 p.m.: Light refreshments
7 p.m.: Lecture
Monday, July 13
Technology and Evolutionary Economics
Dr. Robert D. Atkinson, Information Technology & Innovation Foundation
Sunday, July 19
Financial Literacy and Retirement Decisions
Dr. Robert L. Clark, North Carolina State University
Monday, July 27
Entrepreneurs and the U.S. Economy
Dr. Donna J. Kelley, Babson College
Monday, August 3
Defining the Middle Class
Dr. Steven Pressman, Monmouth University
Monday, August 10
Municipal Fiscal Health and Quality of Life
Dr. George W. McCarthy, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
Co-sponsored with the Schumacher Center for a New Economics.
Directions: AIER, 250 Division St., Great Barrington, Mass. Our driveway is between two stone pillars on the north side of Division St., 1.8 miles west of Route 41 and .1 mile east of Alford Road.
Email info[at]aier[dot]org or call 888-528-1216.