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Apr
14
2019

"The Adventures of Sharp Ears, A Sly Fox" - No Strings Marionettes

"The Adventures of Sharp Ears, A Sly Fox" - No Strings Marionettes
Description:

With the puppeteers in full view, the audience experiences the magic first-hand as the marionettes are brought to life. The beloved artisans of the No Strings Marionette Company handcraft the beautiful puppets, props, and scenery with which they spin family-friendly tales both classic and original.

On a stroll in the woods on a sultry summer morning, forester Bartos encounters a fox kit. He nabs the young vixen to bring home as a pet for his grandson. The family dog, Catcher, teaches Sharp Ears how to live within the constrains of human rules. But will a full belly and a safe life in a confined farm yard be enough for the vixen to compromise her wild ways?

A cast of hand crafted marionettes, both wild and tame, populate the forest and farmyard of The Cunning Little Vixen. The performance, a tribute to the classic 1920 Czechoslovakian novel by Rudolf Tesnohlidek, engages the senses in a seamless blend of movement, music and masterful marionette manipulation.

Puppeteers Dan Baginski and Barbara Paulson originally crafted a shorter version of this puppet play to open for the children’s opera “Brundibar.” Sharp-Ears’ compelling story warranted further investigation, and so this longer stage version was born. Told with minimal dialog to a soundtrack of eclectic music, No Strings Marionette Company hopes this story about triumph over injustice will allow audiences to connect with their own true nature.

Time: 4/14/19 2:00pm
Location: Barre Opera House, Barre
Apr
14
2019

No Strings Marionettes' "THE ADVENTURES OF SHARP EARS, A SLY FOX"

No Strings Marionettes' "THE ADVENTURES OF SHARP EARS, A SLY FOX"
Description:

On Sunday, April 14 at 2 p.m. No Strings Marionettes return to The Barre Opera House with their newest production, “The Adventures of Sharp Ears, A Sly Fox.”
On a stroll in the woods on a sultry summer morning, forester Bartos encounters a fox kit. He nabs the young vixen to bring home as a pet for his grandson. The family dog, Catcher, teaches Sharp Ears how to live within the constraints of human rules. But will a full belly and a safe life in a confined farmyard be enough for the vixen to compromise her wild ways?

Time: 4/14/19 2:00pm
Location: Barre Opera House, Barre
Apr
14
2019

Solaris Vocal Ensemble Spring Concert

Solaris Vocal Ensemble Spring Concert
Description:

Solaris Vocal Ensemble, the 27-member chamber choir led by Dr. Dawn Willis, presents the concert - A Grand Night for Singing, featuring musical styles ranging from Broadway show tunes to beloved opera choruses, madrigals, folk songs, and American spirituals, enlivened by the addition of guest artist, saxophonist Clayton Hamilton. Tickets and more information available at solarisensemble.org, tickets also available at the door for the 7:30PM concert.

Time: 4/14/19 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location: College Street Congregational Church, Burlington
Apr
14
2019

Mother Root: Songs of Source and Sustenance

Mother Root: Songs of Source and Sustenance
Description:

Social Band gets to the root of things!
Social Band, Burlington’s lively band of singers, is singing about roots this spring. Roots are a source of vitality and strength. Roots are the places from which we come - the places that know us by name. Join Social Band as we dig down into those muddy, springtime roots with poetry and song. Discount Tickets are available now at:
https://socialband-spring19.eventbrite.com

Time: 4/14/19 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location: Charlotte Congregational Church, Charlotte
Apr
14
2019

Dan Silverman and the Early Heroes Jazz Ensemble

Dan Silverman and the Early Heroes Jazz Ensemble
Description:

A jazz concert celebrating Dan Silverman's recent CD release "Early Heroes" featuring a 10 member little big band of the best jazz musicians in the Burlington area, and special guest recording artist Ms. Judi Silvano, The band will play arrangements of music composed by Slide Hampton, Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus, Carla Bley and Dan Silverman. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased through the Flynn Box Office, www.flynncenter.org

Time: 4/14/19 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Flynn Space, Burlington
Apr
14
2019

Theater in the Woods Vermont presents Our Town

Theater in the Woods Vermont presents Our Town
Description:

Theater in the Woods Vermont Co. presents a beautifully imagined production of Thornton Wilder’s masterpiece of small town life, Our Town, on Friday April 12 and Saturday April 13 at 7:00 PM, Sunday April 14 at 3:00 PM at Stone Valley Arts in Poultney (seats 90). Benefits Theater in the Woods Camp. $20/$10. To reserve a seat, email theaterinthewoodsvt@gmail.com or call 802-235-2050.

Time: 4/14/19 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Stone Valley Arts, Poultney
Apr
14
2019

The Wound Dresser

The Wound Dresser
Description:

The Wound Dresser plus Additional Works for Voice and Piano
The poetry of Walt Whitman and the music of John Adam's. A 20th Century Masterpiece for Accompanied Baritone,
Paul Soper - Baritone and Hugh Keelan - Piano
Sunday, April 14, 3om
All tickets $17

Time: 4/14/19 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Main Street Arts, Saxtons River
Apr
14
2019

Burlington Choral Society's ‘Sunset, Sunrise’

Burlington Choral Society's ‘Sunset, Sunrise’
Description:

The Burlington Choral Society presents music for Lent and Easter that makes a dramatic musical passage from darkness to light. The featured work is the Vermont premiere of Bob Chilcott's St. John Passion, which spans an enormous expressive range in telling the story of Christ’s suffering and crucifixion.

The chorus plays the crowd with its raucous outbursts in the narrative, but its main role is singing the simple, melodic meditations and lyrical hymns that Chilcott weaves into the story.

The story continues with an ethereal piece by Taverner that describes sunrise on the Sunday after the Crucifixion and ends with Mascagni’s exultant Easter hymn.

Richard Riley leads the chorus and guest artists Adam Hall (Evangelist), Matt Sullivan (Jesus), David Neiweem (Pontius Pilate) and soprano Chayah Lichtig. Jenny Bower performs on the organ.

Tickets are available at the FlynnTix Box Office, www.flynntix.org and (802) 86-FLYNN.

Prices are $25 for adults and $20 for students.

Time: 4/14/19 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: The Unitarian Church of Montpelier, 130 Main St, Montpelier
Apr
14
2019

Nicholas Edward Williams performs in the HayLoft

Nicholas Edward Williams performs in the HayLoft
Description:

Nicholas Edward Williams artfully bridges the gap between folk, blues, country, soul, and bluegrass with a timeless tinge.Take one seasoned, bucolic folk artist and mix him with the likes of Ray Lamontagne, crossed with all the poetic feels of Bob Dylan’s early recordings. You might find someone that’s been working tirelessly for the last decade, rediscovering himself and expanding the conversation of Americana.

A recent transplant to Chattanooga, TN after many years of living on the road full-time, Nicholas Edward Williams, is an international touring independent artist blending American folk music with travis-style fingerpicking, melodic vocals, soul-filled lyrics, rolling harmonica, whistling and a stomp box creating a sound that's feel familiar, yet new. The 34 year-old amounted a wealth of a career performing under his debut folk moniker "Whetherman", opening for critically acclaimed acts such as Taj Mahal, The Wood Brothers, and Billy Strings, as well as releasing eight full-length albums while touring extensively throughout US and Europe since 2007.

Time: 4/14/19 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Artistree Community Arts Center, South Pomfret
Apr
14
2019

Vermont Youth Philharmonia (VYP) Spring Concert

Vermont Youth Philharmonia (VYP) Spring Concert
Description:

Award-winning conductor Dr. Yutaka Kono leads Vermont Youth Philharmonia in a joyous season finale. The highlight of the performance is the world premiere of a piece composed by Dr. Patricia Julien.

Tickets are available at the door on the day of the performance. $2-5, cash or check only please.

Wheelchair accessible.

Time: 4/14/19 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location: Elley-Long Music Center, Colchester
Apr
14
2019

Film: Gloria Bell

Film: Gloria Bell
Description:

Gloria (Julianne Moore) is a free-spirited divorcée who spends her days at a straight-laced office job and her nights on the dance floor, joyfully letting loose at clubs around Los Angeles. After meeting Arnold (John Turturro) on a night out, she finds herself thrust into an unexpected new romance, filled with both the joys of budding love and the complications of dating, identity, and family.

Directed by Sebastián Lelio.

Time: 4/14/19 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Pentangle Arts Council, Hall Theatre 31 The Green, Woodstock
Apr
12
2019
– THRU –
Apr
14
2019

3rd Annual Solo Piano Jazz Festival- Vermont Jazz Center

3rd Annual Solo Piano Jazz Festival- Vermont Jazz Center
Description:

Our third annual solo jazz piano festival, in collaboration with the Brattleboro Music Center, celebrates the VJC’s 9′ Steinway concert grand piano, a gift from the Mckenzie Family Charitable Trust.

This festival presents leading and upcoming musicians who devote their lives to mastering the instrument’s creative potential and stylistic legacies.

This year’s headliners include NEA Jazz Master Joanne Brackeen, George Cables, Kenny Werner and Julius Rodriguez.

Concerts are at the Vermont Jazz Center (VJC) on Friday and Saturday nights. Masterclasses, regional artist concerts and panels are at the BMC on Friday and Saturday, Sunday activities are at the VJC.

Full Event Pass - $95.00

Sponsored by Katy Oz and a Friend of the VJC Summer Jazz Workshop

Friday Evening Concert- VJC, 8 pm
Solo piano performances by George Cables and Julius Rodriguez

Saturday- BMC- 10 am- 5:30 pm

10:00 am      Masterclass w/ Julius Rodriguez

11:00              Regional Pianist Concert, TBA
12:15 pm        Masterclass w/Joanne Brackeen
1:15                Lunch (in house, pre-purchase during ticket ordering)

2:15                Regional Pianist Concert feat. Franz W. Robert, Tom Cleary

3:30                Panel w/ Juried Questions feat. Fest Headliner Artists
4:30                Masterclass w/ George Cables

5:30                Dinner Break (on your own)

Saturday Evening Concert- VJC, 8 pm 

Solo piano performances by Kenny Werner and NEA Jazz Master Joanne Brackeen
 
Sunday- VJC 10 am- 1:15 pm

10:00 am     Piano Forum with juried students w/ Kenny Werner and Julius Rodriguez
11:30           Coffee and Snack Break
11:45           Effortless Mastery Workshop w/ Kenny Werner
1:15 pm       Festival ends

Vermont Jazz Center, 72 Cotton Mill Hill #222, Brattleboro, VT 05301

www.vtjazz.org
gingervjc@gmail.com
802 254 9088

Brattleboro Music Center, 72 Blanche Moyse Way Brattleboro, VT 05301

Time: 4/12/19 8:00pm - 4/14/19 1:15pm
Location: Vermont Jazz Center & Brattleboro Music Center, Brattleboro
Apr
11
2019
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Apr
14
2019

Ada and the Engine

Ada and the Engine
Description:

Middlebury Actors Workshop kicks off its 2019 season with the true story of Ada Byron Lovelace and her mentor Charles Babbage: two 19th Century visionaries who anticipated the computer age. As the British Industrial Revolution dawns, young Ada (daughter of the flamboyant and notorious Lord Byron) sees the boundless creative potential in the “analytic engines” of her friend and soul-mate, Charles Babbage, inventor of the first mechanical computer. Ada envisions a whole new world where art and information converge. The play is a music-laced story of love, friendship and the edgiest dreams of the future. Ada was a “Steve Jobs” for the Victorian Age.
April 11 – 13 7:30pm
April 14 2pm
$25/$12 students

Time: 4/11/19 7:30pm - 4/14/19 4:00pm
Location: Town Hall Theater, Middlebury
Apr
13
2019
– THRU –
Apr
14
2019

Kiln Glass Workshop

Kiln Glass Workshop
Description:

Working with cut, slumped and fused glass is an exciting and cool (although fiery hot) process to learn. This workshop introduces the beginning glass enthusiast to understand the properties and techniques of glass slumping, limited mold decoration and color work. Participants will explore the dynamics of glass heating and cooling and working with higher and lower firing techniques.

Time: 4/13/19 9:00am - 4/14/19 5:00pm
Location: The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center, West Rutland
Apr
13
2019
– THRU –
Apr
14
2019

Wood Carving Workshop

Wood Carving Workshop
Description:

Two days of individualized wood carving guidance for all skill levels. Plan to start your carving project or bring an unfinished endeavor. Whether it is an architectural element, an artfully carved sign, a relief or 3-D sculpture, plan to explore different approaches to make your vision in wood come to life!

Time: 4/13/19 9:00am - 4/14/19 5:00pm
Location: The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center, West Rutland
Apr
13
2019
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Apr
14
2019

Exploring Acanthus Workshop

Exploring Acanthus Workshop
Description:

The acanthus has been adapted in both sculpture and architecture from antiquity to neoclassicism. In this course, we’ll start by rendering a single acanthus leaf to solidify our knowledge of its basic sculptural forms and attributes in order to explore more complex iterations of this ubiquitous foliage.

Time: 4/13/19 9:00am - 4/14/19 5:00pm
Location: The Carving Studio & Sculpture Center, West Rutland
Apr
12
2019
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Apr
14
2019

Theater in the Woods Vermont presents “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder

Theater in the Woods Vermont presents “Our Town” by Thornton Wilder
Description:

Theater in the Woods Vermont Co. presents a beautifully imagined production of Thornton Wilder’s masterpiece of small town life, Our Town, on Friday, April 5 at 7:00 PM and Sunday, April 7 at 3:00 PM at the Old Tinmouth Firehouse (seats 80), and Friday April 12 and Saturday April 13 at 7:00 PM, Sunday April 14 at 3:00 PM at Stone Valley Arts in Poultney.

The cast is composed entirely of Rutland county Vermonters, including Rainbow, Wheaton and Marshall Squier, Bruce Bouchard, Kate Kelly Bouchard, Melissa and Robin Chesnut-Tangerman, Garrett Robin, Julia Newirth Redington, Beth Wolven, Chris Larson, Sam Filloramo, and Emma and Molly Luikart.

Our Town has endured as a staple of theater companies throughout the nation ever since it first premiered 81 years ago, with good reason: its clear-eyed look at the stability of traditions and family, the steadfastness of the natural environment, and the transience of human life is just as illuminating today as in 1938. Our Town is often done in period costume. Director Meg Bouchard says, “The period disconnected me from the text. Wilder’s intention was for this to be an experimental piece of theater. So we’re experimenting.”

Time: 4/12/19 7:00pm - 4/14/19 5:30pm
Location: Stone Valley Arts at Fox Hill, Poultney
Mar
2
2019
– THRU –
Apr
14
2019

Gene Parulis: Visions and Explorations

Gene Parulis: Visions and Explorations
Description:

Mar. 2 - Apr. 14: Mitchell-Giddings Fine Arts is pleased to present Gene Parulis: Visions and Explorations, with an artist’s opening reception Saturday, March 2, 5-7 pm. The exhibit continues through April 14, and an Artist Talk is scheduled for March 23, 5 pm.
Gene Parulis has been absorbed in photographing the world for fifty years, and his passion for photography is central to his teaching and traveling. He has taught in diverse places from a mountain village in Algeria to Kuwait University, California to Vermont and has exhibited in galleries in the USA and Europe. He has worked closely with writers, illustrating themes relating to spirituality, and personal and professional development. Included among his collaborations are The Twelve Steps of Forgiveness and The Wisdom of the Self by Paul Ferrini, Teaching as a Meditative Practice by Lauren Alderfer and most recently The Meditative Gardiner by Cheryl Wilfong, winner of several Small Press awards.
Parulis’ latest work shows his continued fascination with digitally manipulated imagery. Through city or deep wood, local or abroad, Parulis leads us into places of stunning beauty and clarity, but he uses the always exquisite details to serve his restless and relentless quest to heighten or magnify mystery, mood and movement. He repeats, splits apart, stretches, reverses and then reconfigures objects and spaces. But whether subtly shifted or acutely altered, Parulis’ newly crafted worlds are totally credible as places we have - or would like to - visit and explore.
Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts is committed to presenting innovative, contemporary works in a variety of media that stimulate both the seasoned collector and aesthetic explorer.

Time: 3/2/19 5:00pm - 4/14/19 11:59pm
Location: Mitchell • Giddings Fine Arts, Brattleboro
Mar
1
2019
– THRU –
Apr
15
2019

HeArt & Home Art Contest

HeArt & Home Art Contest
Description:

We are celebrating Fair Housing Month with a new Art Contest! It is open to all Vermonters in three age divisions: child, teen, and adult. The deadline is midnight, April 15, 2019.

Original artwork may be in any format: painting, drawing, collage, fiber art, photography, comic art, sculpture, etc. The art must be photographed or scanned and submitted electronically at: https://goo.gl/forms/GP4ii9X8aPrw2e6K2.

(Original artwork accompanied by a printed submission form also will be accepted at the Fair Housing Project, CVOEO, 255 South
Champlain St., in Burlington.)

There are prizes for the first- and second-place winners of each division and the winning art will be featured in a statewide Fair Housing public service campaign.

The contest is sponsored by the Fair Housing Project of the Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity, with the support of students in the UVM Community Development & Applied Economics Public Communication Capstone class.

Location: CVOEO, 255 South Champlain St., Statewide
Apr
14
2019
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Apr
16
2019

Fiber Workshop

Fiber Workshop
Description:

Explore the many ways that fiber arts can be transformed from the traditional to the contemporary. Students will learn many methods of stitching, weaving, sewing, and other things related to fiber. Discussion of materials, color theory, and the history of fiber are included as we begin with a solid foundation of exercises. Group critiques, individualized instruction, and demonstrations are included. No drawing skills are required. Materials list provided.
Instructor: Jodie Collela
April 14-16
9:30am-4:30pm
$350 (member) | $375 (non-member)

Time: 4/14/19 9:30am - 4/16/19 4:30pm
Location: Helen Day Art Center, Stowe
Mar
8
2019
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Apr
26
2019

"Pieces of the Past" Native American Exhibit

"Pieces of the Past" Native American Exhibit
Description:

The Chaffee Art Center invites the community to our “Pieces of the Past” Native American Exhibit Opening Reception on Friday, March 8th from 5pm to 8pm.

The Exhibit will feature a wide variety of items created by earlier generations and contemporary artists from the Abenaki and Mohawk people of the Champlain Valley region. This project is a result of the collaboration between the Chaffee, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, Vermont Abenaki Artists Association, College of St. Joseph and Professor Kurt Fetter, and the Vermont Commission on Native American Affairs. The first floor galleries will include clothing and accessories made for daily wear and special occasions, century-old baskets from both Abenaki and Mohawk artists, a beaded handbag made of tanned deer hide, jewelry, flags, a lacrosse stick, musical instruments, and other objects for ceremonial use. Visual arts include paintings, drawings in ink and charcoal, and photographs that reflect both Mohawk and Abenaki life. “It is good to have a balance between ancient and contemporary,” said Professor Kurt Fetter, of the College of St. Joseph, “otherwise a particular kind of narrative is propagated about Indigenous people.”

Additionally, the second floor galleries will showcase the inspiring works of our Juried Chaffee Member Artists. There will be various media represented in both two and three dimensional work.

This event is free for all to attend. Come experience “Pieces of the Past” and the beauty of the arts showcased in our 1890’s historic mansion. Mingle with artists and community members while enjoying food tastings, beverages, wine provided by Putney Mountain Winery, music, culture and art.

Please plan on joining us in celebrating Native American Heritage and the talented artists in our community at the March 8th Opening Reception. The Exhibit will be on display until April 26th.

Visit www.chaffeeartcenter.org and the Chaffee Art Center Facebook page for details, as well as our class offerings and special events. For information, call 802.775.0356, or stop in to the Chaffee Art Center at 16 South Main Street in Rutland, VT. Winter Hours: Thursday and Friday Noon to 5pm; Saturday 11am to 3pm; Extended hours for classes and events.

Time: 3/8/19 5:00pm - 4/26/19 5:00pm
Location: Chaffee Art Center, Rutland
Mar
15
2019
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Apr
28
2019

Show 31

Show 31
Description:

The Front presents SHOW 31, March 15 through April 28. Opening reception: Friday, March 15 from 4-8pm. Free and open to the public—join us for live music, food and drink while you take in recent works by the membership of Montpelier’s sole collective art gallery! The gallery is open Fridays, 4 to 7 p.m.; Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The gallery is also open by appointment - email info@thefrontvt.com.

Time: 3/15/19 4:00pm - 4/28/19 5:00pm
Location: The Front Gallery, 6 Barre Street, Montpelier
Mar
19
2019
– THRU –
Apr
28
2019

Cameron Davis

Cameron Davis
Description:

Northern Daughters is pleased to present recent works from Cameron Davis at their Annex Gallery in Shelburne, VT. Davis’ work emerges from the intersection of art, ecology, social and environmental justice. Her paintings are a vehicle for exploring issues of conscious perception and living sustainably in a warming world. Davis is a member of the Ecoart Network, and Senior Lecturer with the University of Vermont Department of Art & Art History, including teaching transdisciplinary courses on Art & Ecology.

On view March 18th - April 28th 2019
Opening Reception: March 29th 2019, 5-7p

Time: 3/19/19 8:00am - 4/28/19 6:00pm
Location: Northern Daughters Annex, Shelburne
Mar
20
2019
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May
4
2019

Figure in the Landscape

Figure in the Landscape
Description:

The show will run from March 20 – May 4, 2019 with an opening reception on Saturday, March 23 from 3-5pm.

This will be the third time BigTown has showed Peter Fried’s work. To this point Fried’s exhibited work has come from a collection of what he calls his “Infrastructure Paintings” — landscapes of gas stations, roadways, bridges, and other working environments — but Figure in the Landscape, featured in BigTown’s Center gallery, takes the genre of landscape into new territory. The exhibition will feature a series of recent work, paintings of bathers at swimming holes in and around Vermont, and showcases Fried’s adeptness in depicting scenes of life in nature with ingenuity and ease.

Fried was born in Prague and educated in Scotland at St. Martin’s, and The Slade School of Fine Art in London, before moving to Vermont where he has resided since 1995. Throughout his body of work runs a theme of immersion in nature and a connection to his surroundings. On the experiential quality of painting, Fried writes: “I may enter a state of communion with what I perceive. There appears a seamless continuum between feeling and felt object. I enjoy this state of being.” His latest work reflects this distinct sense of communion and emotion in every piece.

Time: 3/20/19 10:00am - 5/4/19 5:00pm
Location: BigTown Gallery, 99 N. Main St., Rochester
Apr
10
2019
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May
19
2019

Once

Once
Description:

Winner of eight Tony Awards, Once is a truly original theatrical experience. Based on the hit movie and featuring an ensemble of actor/musicians who play their own instruments on stage, Once tells the enchanting story of a Dublin street musician who is about to give up on his dream when a beautiful young woman takes a sudden interest in his haunting love songs. A musical collaboration becomes much more as their songs and lives become intertwined. Hansard and Irglová’s Oscar-winning music will take audiences on a heartbreakingly romantic journey.

Location: Northern Stage, White River Junction
Apr
1
2019
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Jun
11
2019

Summit School Spring Music Classes

Summit School Spring Music Classes
Description:

The Summit School of Traditional Music and Culture presents….

The Spring 2019 Session of Evening Music Classes at the Center for Arts and Learning
46 Barre Street in Montpelier, VT.

- Registration is now open for classes in Banjo, Fiddle, Guitar, Mandolin, Singing and more!
- Classes start April 1st and run through June 11th
- Cost is $25 per class.
- For full class descriptions and other details, visit: www.summit-school.org

Mondays
Old Time Banjo with Ted Ingham | 8 classes | April 1 - May 20
Old Time Mandolin with Dana Robinson | 6 classes | April 29 - June 3
Old Time Fiddle with Dana Robinson | 6 classes | April 29 - June 3
Bluegrass Banjo Sampler with Jacob Stone | 3 classes | April 1 - April 15

Tuesdays
Trad Music Ensemble with Jeremiah McLane | 8 classes | April 2, 9, 30; May 14, 21, 28; June 4, 11

Wednesdays
Harmony Singing with Heidi Wilson & Avery Book | 6 classes | April 24 - May 29
Foot Percussion Basics with Ellen Cooke | 6 classes | April 3 - May 8 (no class April 17)

Thursdays
Rags and Blues for Fiddle with Mark DiStefano | 6 classes | April 1 - May 9
Advanced Blues Guitar with Dave Keller | 4 classes | April 4, 11, 25; May 2

Fridays
Klezmer Tunes with Oliver Zeichner | 6 classes | April 5 - May 17 (no class April 19)

For questions regarding these classes, please visit www.summit-school.org, or contact Yasi Zeichner at yazbozz@gmail.com

Time: 4/1/19 7:30pm - 6/11/19 8:00pm
Location: Center for Arts and Learning, Montpelier