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Sunday, February 10, 2019

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Feb
10
2019

Juno Orchestra: Senza Zefiri

Juno Orchestra: Senza Zefiri

The Juno Orchestra is Vermont’s newest professional chamber orchestra, engaging musicians from the tri-state area surrounding Brattleboro, Vermont, a small, startlingly vibrant arts community.

Program
Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber, Battalia
Philip Glass, String Quartet No. 5, arr. for string orchestra
Antonin Dvořák, Serenade for Strings, Op. 22

Conductor: Zon Eastes

Tickets: $10-$40
802.257.4523
online: https://app.arts-people.com/index.php?ticketing=bmcvt

2/10/19 3:00pm - 5:30pm

Latchis Theatre, Brattleboro

Feb
10
2019

Violin soloist Kaori Washiyama to headline Sage City Symphony all-Beethoven concert

Violin soloist Kaori Washiyama to headline Sage City Symphony all-Beethoven concert

Bennington, VT -- On Sunday, February 10, at 4:00 p.m., Sage City Symphony will present a free concert at Greenwall Auditorium in the VAPA Building at Bennington College. Conducted by music director Michael Finckel, the program includes three pieces by Ludwig van Beethoven: Egmont Overture, Op. 84; Symphony No. 4 in B-flat major, Op. 60; and Romance No. 2 in F major, Op. 50, for violin and orchestra featuring symphony concertmistress Kaori Washiyama.

Washiyama, an instructor in violin, viola, and chamber music at Bennington College since 2005, was trained at the Kyoto City University of Art and Music in her native Japan and pursued further studies at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome and the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena, Italy. In addition to numerous other honors, she is a first-prize winner of the Rodolfo Lipizer Violin Competition and a recipient of the prestigious Rode Award in Italy. She is the founding director of a well-established concert series bearing her name, the Kaori Washiyama Chamber Music Series, which presents musical events annually throughout Japan; she has been honored for these achievements with the Kyoto Music Award, the Tohdo Music Award, the Kyoto Prefecture Cultural Award, and the Baroque Saar Award. She is a core member of In the Music Room, which performs throughout southern California. Other recent American performances, including concert appearances with her partner, Daniel Shulman, have taken place in Boston, New York, San Francisco, and elsewhere. Recently she has performed numerous solo violin recitals and chamber music concerts throughout Japan and Italy. She has served as concertmistress of the Kyoto Chamber Orchestra, the Mozart Kammer Orchestra-Osaka, and, since 2011, Sage City Symphony.

The February 10 concert is sponsored by members of the Sage City Symphony board of directors. Sage City Symphony (www.sagecitysymphony.org) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, registered in the State of Vermont, and relies entirely on generous donations and grants from individuals, local foundations, businesses, and sponsors. Concerts are always free and open to all.

Upcoming events in Sage City Symphony’s 2018-19 season include a Youth Concert on March 10; a Jazz Brunch on May 18 with live music by the Leo Yucht Jazz Combo; and a Spring Concert on May 19 with Dvorak’s Symphony No. 7 and a world premiere of a work by local-boy-made-good Leo Yucht, an up-and-coming jazz percussionist now based in New York City.

About Sage City Symphony
Led by music director Michael Finckel for the past 25 years, Sage City Symphony was founded in 1972 as a community and college orchestra with close ties to Bennington College. In addition to performing traditional classical repertoire as well as contemporary music, the symphony commissions and premieres new pieces each year. The symphony attracts a high caliber of dedicated amateur as well as professional musicians who travel from throughout Vermont, New York, and Massachusetts for weekly rehearsals during the concert season. Auditions are not required, and academic credit is available for Bennington College students who participate. Information about joining the symphony is available at www.sagecitysymphony.org/join.htm.

2/10/19 4:00pm

Greenwall Auditorium, VAPA Building, Bennington College, Bennington

Feb
10
2019

Pete's Posse Concert

Pete's Posse Concert

Cabot Arts Presents…
Vermont's own trad-roots power trio!
Pete’s Posse in concert at the Cabot Town Hall Auditorium
Sunday, February 10th at 4pm

3084 Main Street in Cabot Village
Tickets: Adv. $16 at Door $20

Doors open at 3:30pm - Music Starts at 4:00 pm
To reserve your seat visit: http://www.cabotarts.org
For Info call 802-793-3016 or email: director@cabotarts.org
Pete’s Posse website: www.petesposse.com

Composed of acclaimed musician Pete Sutherland, his talented protégé Oliver Scanlon and the uber-dynamic Tristan Henderson, Pete's Posse never fails to surprise and excite! Twin fiddles in tight, wild harmony over high-powered guitar and pounding foot percussion with mandolin, clawhammer banjo, jaw harp, rocking keyboards, and soaring vocal harmonies adding color to the Posse's sonic landscape.

2/10/19 4:30pm - 6:30pm

Cabot Town Hall Auditorium, Cabot

Feb
10
2019

Scrag Mountain Music: Musical Storytelling for All Ages

Scrag Mountain Music: Musical Storytelling for All Ages

The award-winning Aeolus Quartet joins Scrag’s co-Artistic Directors Mary Bonhag (soprano) and Evan Premo (bass) and prominent Montpelier-based theater artist Kim Bent (narrator) in a program of fantastical music inspired by favorite childhood tales including James Balentine’s Three Billy Goats Gruff and Jon Deak’s The Ugly Duckling and B.B. Wolf. Audiences of all ages are encouraged to join in on the fun!

Scrag concerts are "Come as you are. Pay what you can." Donations will be collected at intermission. To reserve your spot please contact us at Lara@scragmountainmusic.org, (802) 377-3161, or register on-line at the link below: http://www.scragmountainmusic.org/musical-storytelling-for-all-ages.html

2/10/19 4:30pm - 5:30pm

Middlebury Community Music Center, Middlebury

Feb
10
2019

VCFA MFA in Music Composition Winter Residency: Film and Media Music Festival

VCFA MFA in Music Composition Winter Residency: Film and Media Music Festival

In visual media, music is often the secret partner in storytelling, embodying the internal states of the characters in the narrative. This event will feature a variety of approaches to the marriage of music to picture, as offered by VCFA students, faculty and alumni—from fiction films, to animation, video art, webisodes, documentaries, game scores, and jingles. The intent is to explore and celebrate the diversity of music-to-picture relationships.

2/10/19 8:00pm - 9:30pm

Noble Lounge, VCFA, Montpelier