Middlebury College’s Dissipated 8 a cappella singing group dazzles audiences from Vermont to Bermuda. The all-male group begin a new year of performances this month.
”Floydian Slip,” a weekly Pink Floyd show produced by Craig Bailey of Shelburne, began airing on KZGL 103.7 FM in Flagstaff, Ariz., on Jan. 3.
The Dance Company of Middlebury College is hard at work preparing for an upcoming premiere and subsequent tour.
“The Buddy Holly Story,” now in its 25th year, continues to thrill audiences on tour in the U.K. and around the world is now coming to Rutland’s Paramount Theatre on Thursday, Jan. 22, for one show only at 7:30 p.m.
The snowy world of sled dogs will be explored in a program this month sponsored by the One World Library Project in Bristol. Addison resident Ed Blechner, who has been mushing dogs for forty years throughout the Northeast and Eastern Canada, will present “Dogsledding in Labrador” on Thursday, Jan. 15, 7-8:30 p.m. at the Lawrence Memorial Library in Bristol.
On Friday, Jan. 9, at 1:30 p.m. atm the Maheny Center for the Arts, Middlebury College will present Mary Ellen Childs, one of the most intriguingly original music composers working today.
When a talented Hinesburg Community School second-grade student created a drawing featuring sunflowers, a fundraiser aimed at helping the local food shelf also took flight.
On Friday, Jan. 9, at 1:30 p.m. om the Maheny Center for the Arts, Middlebury College will present Mary Ellen Childs, one of the most intriguingly original music composers working today.
The award-winning Rutland Youth Theatre will present “Shrek the Musical”with a live orchestra, Friday, Dec. 19 and Saturday, Dec. 20. The show is produced by Saskia Hagen Groom and guest directed by Meghan Hakey.
Rutland Youth Theatre is collaborating with Lakes Region Youth Orchestra’s 25th Anniversary in “The Snowman” Dec. 13.
For several years the Brandon/Forest Dale Lions Club has sponsored a local level competition for the Lion’s annual Peace Poster contest.
When artist Reed A. Prescott III opened his gallery and studio, Prescott Galleries at Verde Mountain, located at 19 Main St. in Bristol three years ago, he was making a statement. Bringing his art to a downtown street, painting and working with wood in full view of shoppers and tourists in a large, front bay window, Prescott was demonstrating his commitment to what he calls the local “creative economy.”
Vergennes' art renaissance exploded on the scene in the early 2000s. Since then, several art galleries have opened in town and Vermont's smallest city is fast becoming a hub for artists in the region.
On Nov. 22, Brandon Music will welcome back the John Funkhouser Quartet.
Through painted canvasses and "sound portraits," artist Kate Gridley marks the passage of emerging adults as they come to realize their selves and claim their voices.