Shelburne gallery hosts Vt. naturalist painter’s works

Shelburne gallery hosts Vt. naturalist painter’s works

Furchgott Sourdiffe Gallery in Shelburne presents “Origins: Recent Paintings by Adelaide Murphy Tyrol,” Sept. 29 – Nov. 25 with an opening reception Sept. 29, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Adelaide Murphy Tyrol is an accomplished artist whose paintings have been displayed in numerous shows, galleries and museums. She works primarily out of her studios in Plainfield and New… Read More »

Bandaloop’s unique outdoor vertical dances highlight Middlebury College arts this weekend

Bandaloop’s unique outdoor vertical dances highlight Middlebury College arts this weekend

The fall arts season is in full swing and Middlebury College’s Mahaney Center is celebrating its 25th year with a full schedule. This weekend features film, photography and the unique vertical performances of the eclectic dance troupe Bandaloop. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, the company performs at home and travels for 15-30 performances… Read More »

Arts Notes

Tickets on sale for the third Annual Vermont Book Award Gala Tickets are available now to the third annual Vermont Book Award Gala at Vermont College of Fine Arts Alumni Hall Sept. 23 at 6 p.m. featuring entertainment by Kat Wright and readings from award finalists. The highlight of the celebration will be the announcement… Read More »

Green Mtn. Chorus brings barbershop quartet harmonies to Richmond

Green Mtn. Chorus brings barbershop quartet harmonies to Richmond

Singers in the Green Mountain Chorus are carrying on a 70-year tradition that’s delighted audiences throughout New England with its uniquely American Barbershop Quartet style of a cappella singing. The choral group performs Sept. 24 at 3 p.m. at Richmond’s Congregational Church hosted by the Bolton-Huntington-Richmond Community Senior Center, with proceeds to benefit the non-profit… Read More »

Author tells the story of Burlington Vermont Historian

Author tells the story of Burlington Vermont Historian

Author Joanna Tebbs Young will visit Phoenix Books Burlington on Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. to talk about her new book, “Lilian Baker Carlisle: Vermont Historian, Burlington Treasure.” Carlisle, who lived in Burlington at the end of her life, was a champion for equality and the environment, a politician and preservationist, a woman ahead… Read More »

Folklife Center names new executive director

Folklife Center names new executive director

The Vermont Folklife Center in Middlebury has appointed Kathleen Haughey as its new executive director. Haughey joined the center in 2015 as education director and quickly engaged with the New American and refugee communities of greater Burlington, particularly Bhutanese-Nepali groups. She has a bachelor’s degree in Spanish literature and a master’s in ethnomusicology from Brown… Read More »

Dorset House reopens at Shelburne Museum

Dorset House reopens at Shelburne Museum

After several years of renovation, Dorset House at Shelburne Museum – home to its renowned decoy collection – is open again to the public. Inside, visitors can see more than 1,000 decorative bird carvings. The restoration includes new wiring, insulation, climate control, lighting, security and fire detection systems, reinforced beams, repaired slate roof and marble… Read More »

Arioso Zefiro ensemble pairs Brahms and Bach with Vermont composers

Arioso Zefiro ensemble pairs Brahms and Bach with Vermont composers

Arioso Zefiro, a Central Vermont chamber music ensemble, performs music for voice, viola, cello, and piano, including four Vermont composers, from Aug. 30 to Sept. 3 in Northfield, Richmond, and St. Albans. The members of Arioso are Elizabeth Reid, viola; Michael Close, cello; Alison Cerutti, piano; and Linda Radtke, alto. Formed in 2008, Arioso’s mission is… Read More »

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