to Aug 17

Conservatory Audition Workshop

The Conservatory Audition Workshop gives string students a competitive edge at music school auditions. Participants work with teachers from the Juilliard School, New England Conservatory, Eastman School of Music, Boston University, Rice University, and Northwestern University; consult with an admissions counselor from the New England Conservatory; and take daily mock auditions.

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12:00 PM12:00

Sounds of the Earth presented by New Music on the Point and Scrag Mountain Music

The New Music On The Point Festival and Scrag Mountain Music present Sounds of the Earth, a festival celebrating the natural soundscape-inspired music of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer and environmental activist John Luther Adams. The afternoon will include live music, vocal and drumming workshops, children’s activities, raffles, food trucks & more! Featuring performances by the JACK Quartet, TURNmusic, Rural Noise Ensemble, Jan Williams (percussion), Robert Black (bass), Eve Beglarian (composer), and participants of the New Music On The Point Festival.  Adams will be present at the festival to introduce some of his music.

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7:30 PM19:30

Mahler Symphony No. 3 with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra

“A symphony must be like the world. It must contain everything.” -Gustav Mahler

Join the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Yale Philharmonia, Yale Glee Club, and Elm City Girls Choir for Maestro William Boughton’s grand finale performance as the NHSO’s music director. For one night only, this “bucket list” Symphony, often considered the most monumental work in the orchestral repertoire, will create an immersive, surround-sound experience of breathtaking music.

Mahler Symphony No. 3

William Boughton, conductor
New Haven Symphony Orchestra
Yale Philharmonia
Yale Glee Club
Elm City Girls Choir

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7:30 PM19:30

The Vermont Symphony featuring soloist Pamela Frank

The final Masterworks concert of the 2018/2019 season features violinist Pamela Frank performing Max Bruch’s 1stconcerto with the VSO. Bookended by Maurice Ravel’s hauntingly beautiful Pavane and the thunderous first symphony of Rachmaninoff, the season ends with a bang!


RAVEL – Pavane pour une Infante Défunte
BRUCH – Violin Concerto No. 1
RACHMANINOFF – Symphony No. 2

Jaime Laredo, conductor
Pamela Frank, violin

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7:30 PM19:30

"To Thee We Sing" with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra

The NHSO marks the 80th Anniversary of Marian Anderson’s groundbreaking performance at Lincoln Memorial with a concert that celebrates the perseverance of the human spirit and the ability of music to speak to power. This resonant, poignant performance will use words, art, and music to commemorate and examine what it means to be an American.

Copland A Lincoln Portrait
Copland Down a Country Lane
Copland John Henry
Copland Letter from Home
Schwantner New Morning for the World (“Daybreak of Freedom”)
Roumain Hip-Hop Essay Part 1- Dance
Traditional My Country Tis of Thee
Traditional Songs from the Underground Railroad
Picker Old and Lost Rivers

William Boughton, conductor
Elliot Forrest, multimedia

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to Nov 4

Capital City Concerts

J.S. Bach's Magnificat featuring soprano Hyunah Yu.

Saturday, November 3, Saint Augustine Church, Montpelier, 7:30PM
Sunday, November 4, Saint Paul's Cathedral, Burlington concert, 3PM


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7:30 PM19:30

Piano Trio Performance with Paul Orgel and Jennifer Elowich

Join us for an evening of fantastic music featuring works by Mozart, Debussy and Dvorak. 
Admission: $15 ($5 for students)

Violinist and Portland native Jennifer Elowitch is Founder and Artistic Director of the Portland Chamber Music Festival and Director of Music at Walnut Hill School for the Arts in MA, where she was the recipient of a 2016 E.E. Ford Faculty Award for Exceptional Merit. Jennifer has performed with well-known contemporary ensembles including Boston Musica Viva, Collage New Music, and the Fromm Players at Harvard. She is the Assistant Principal Second Violinist of the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, has performed often with the Boston Symphony, and was a longtime member of the Emmanuel Chamber Orchestra, with whom she toured Europe. In addition to her work at Walnut Hill, she has served on the faculties of the Longy School of Music, the New England Conservatory Preparatory School, and the University of New Hampshire. She has also presented workshops and masterclasses as a guest at The Boston Conservatory, Community Musicworks in Providence, New England Conservatory, The Curtis Institute, and Lawrence University (WI) and recently served as a guest teacher at the Yehudi Menuhin School in the UK.

Vermont pianist Paul Orgel has concertized throughout the United States, Europe, and China and as a recitalist, soloist with orchestra and chamber musician. Critics have praised his playing for its “subtlety and attention to nuance” (Philadelphia Inquirer),“rare pathos” (New York Times),“brilliant technique, sense of humor and fantasy” (Bridgeport Post), “warmth and beauty of sound” (Barre-Montpelier Times Argus), and “power and grace” (Vermont Times). A versatile musician with wide- ranging interests and a varied repertoire, he has given notable concerts in such venues as New York’s Merkin Hall, the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C., Jordan Hall and the Gardner Museum in Boston, the Ordway Theater in St. Paul and at the San Francisco Conservatory. Orgel can be heard on recordings on CRI, (Music of Louis Moyse, with Karen Kevra), Capstone, Phoenix USA (Piano  Music of Berman, Haas, Klein, and Ullmann) and MSR (Suk, Chausson, and Reger). Educated at Oberlin, NEC, and Temple University, he is a member of the UVM Music faculty, a piano faculty member of the Green Mountain Chamber Music festival, and a reviewer for Fanfare Magazine.

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2:30 PM14:30

Scrag Mountain Music - The Intersection of Art and Music Mini Concerts

Scrag Mountain Music infuses sound into the art-filled spaces of Vermont’s historic Kent Museum. Drawing inspiration from the exhibition theme “Backstory,” Scrag co-Artistic Directors Mary Bonhag (soprano) and Evan Premo (double bass), together with celebrated Vermont cellist Emily Taubl, showcase intimate works by Lembit Beecher, Harrison Birtwistle, and a remix of a 14th-century song by Guillaume de Machaut in four mini concerts throughout the afternoon of Sept. 22. Throughout the exhibition from Sept. 7 - Oct. 7, a video of Bonhag and Premo performing Lembit Beecher’s And Then I Remember will be available for museum goers to enjoy. 

Saturday, September 22nd
Concert one: 2:30pm - 2:50pm
Concert two: 3:10-3:30pm
Concert three: 3:50-4:10pm
Concert four: 4:30-4:50pm

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5:00 PM17:00

Benefit Concert

Please join us for a night of music, drinks, and incredible views! All proceeds will go to Spectrum Youth and Family Services . The program will feature works by Dvorak, Bartok, Gliere, and more. 

Doors open at 4:45pm with music beginning around 5pm. 
581 Whalley Road
Charlotte, VT 05445.

Brooke Quiggins Saulnier & Jane Kittredge - violin
Ana Rueskin - viola
Emily Taubl - cello
Kyle Saulnier - bass

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to Jul 15

Opera North

Circus artists and singers come together to create an exhilarating evening from the high wire to the high C’s. Enjoy live music – from the Broadway stage to the Opera house – in a beautiful outdoor setting on the banks of the Connecticut River. This unique immersive experience will be the first at Blow-Me-Down Farm – with something fun for everyone.


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