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Arts Calendar: Music in Southern Vermont

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

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Yellow Barn Concert | July 12

Yellow Barn Concert | July 12

Salvatore Sciarrino (b.1947) Le voci sottovetro “Voices under glass” (1998)

Hans Abrahamsen (b.1952) Liebeslied (2010)
Melanie Henley Heyn, voice; Rosie Gallagher, bass flute; Mark Hill, English horn; Yasmina Spiegelberg, bass clarinet; Mélanie Clapiès, violin; Jesse Morrison, viola; Coleman Itzkoff, cello; Sam Seyong Um, percussion; Vivian Hornik Weilerstein, piano

Philippe Hersant (b.1948) Usher (2016)
Marion Ravot, harp; Juliette Roos, Emma Frucht, violins; Katherine Murdock, viola; Cristina Basili, cello

Stephen Coxe (b.1966) Entretien “Interview”—World Premiere (2018)
Maren Rothfritz, viola; Tomer Gewirtzman, piano

Claude Debussy (1862-1918) Sonata for Cello and Piano (1915)
Edvard Pogossian, cello; EunAe Lee, piano


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) Piano Quartet in G Minor, K478 (1785)
Pedro Borges, piano; Zenas Hsu, violin; Yitong Guo, viola; Cristina Basili, cello

Giuseppe Antonio Brescianello (c.1690-1758) Trio Sonata in C Minor
Mark Hill, oboe; YuEun Kim, violin; Natasha Brofsky, Marisa Gupta, continuo

7/12/18 8:00pm - 10:00pm

The Big Barn, 49 Main Street, Putney

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Gypsy Jazz and Brazilian Workshop

Gypsy Jazz and Brazilian Workshop

For four days this July, Vermont will host players from all over the world for an intense celebration of non-classical styles, techniques, and contemporary practice methods. The daily schedule will include lots of good food, conversation, jam sessions, classes,
and performances.

This year the emphasis is on Gypsy Jazz and Brazilian instrumental music - both GREAT repertoires for classically-trained players to begin to understand new styles and improvisational concepts.

Jason Anick, violinist and mandolinist with the acclaimed "Rhythm Future Quartet," is on the faculty of the Berklee College of Music in Boston, and is very active on the international concert circuit. Jason is a classically-trained player who has found his way into improvised styles and knows how to communicate this innovative pathway.

Eugene Friesen will focus on Brazilian music and ways to make your playing an indispensable creative voice in contemporary ensembles. Eugene will share his approach to playing and accompanying in a variety of jazz and Brazilian styles.

You will learn to craft bass lines, understand harmony, take a solo, and play a melody with authentic style.

Players will also rehearse and perform in ensembles, offering opportunities to survey new repertoire, solo in a group, and integrate new styles in an ensemble setting.

7/12/18 4:00pm - 7/15/18 1:00pm

Stone Church Center, Bellows Falls

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Fun Home

Fun Home

The groundbreaking new musical.
Book by Lisa Kron. Music by Jeanine Tesori.
Meet acclaimed graphic novelist Alison Bechdel at three different stages in her life as she grows and tries to understand her family, her sexuality, and her father’s secret desires. A refreshingly honest, wholly original musical about seeing your parents through grown-up eyes, Fun Home is the winner of five Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Score.

Tuesday - Saturday Evenings at 7:30 pm 
Wednesday & Saturday Matinees at 2:00 pm
Sunday Matinee at 3:00 pm

Run Time: Approx. 1 hour 40 minutes

Ticket Price: $47. Does not include sales tax or possible fees.

Second Stage at Walker Farm, Weston