We're Back! Join us in our beautiful renovated hall!
Trichromancy: Color Divination
A fiber arts show curated by Fern Strong and Jeannie Catmull
Open Tuesday-Saturday through March 16
Friday, March 8 • 7:00 pm
Grammy-nominated Missy Raines was named 2021 International Bluegrass Music Association Bass Player of the Year, for the 10th time, more than any other bass player in the history of the organization. Missy Raines has proven herself without a doubt as an iconic bluegrass instrumentalist.
Perk Up Pianist
Sunday, March 10 • 2:00 pm
Often referred to as the next Victor Borge, Sarah Hagen has transformed her award-winning role as “concert pianist” into a stand-up, or rather, sit-down comedy. Pairing anecdotes from the road with some of her favourite pieces by Chopin, Debussy, and Liszt, Sarah takes audiences deep inside the world of a classical musician as she shares her earnest efforts to keep her spirits up in the midst of troublesome times.
Saturday, March 16 • 2:00 pm
Langley Winds features the diverse talents of professional Airmen-musicians whose commitment to excellence has earned worldwide acclaim and military distinction.
Sunday, March 17 • 2:00 pm
Lena Jonsson’s ability to balance a deep knowledge of traditional Swedish folk music with innovative artistic sensibilities, sparkling joy of life and a charisma of a rock-star have made her one Scandinavia’s most visionary musicians.
Friday, March 29 • 7:00 pm
We're bringing back the beloved mud season tradition, a great cure for the cabin fever that starts to strike in that season between winter and spring. Do you have a special talent you'd like to share? Don't keep it to yourself!
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Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival
Saturday, April 6 • 7:00 pm
Join us for the 32nd annual Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival.
J. S. Bach – Goldberg Variations for String Trio arranged by Dmitry Sitkovetsky. Michael Roth, violin. Joana Miranda, viola. Peter Sanders, cello
Friday, April 12 • 7:00 pm
Mokoomba, Victoria Falls’s finest musical export, staked their claim as future headliners. The Zimbabwean group opened with a brooding “Masangango”, matching the gathering clouds. Trustworth Samende snapped a guitar string and Abundance Mutori filled in with a dub-heavy bass vamp until Samende was ready to unleash the band’s trademark mix of jit and zamrock.
Saturday, April 27 • 7:00 pm
The Philharmonic's member-musicians, some 60 strong, are from all walks of life. They are committed to the orchestra's two-fold mission of sharing their love of music with audiences of all ages, and encouraging young musicians to dedicate themselves to their musical education so that some might become professional musicians of tomorrow.
Alasdair Frasier &
Friday, May 3 • 7:00 pm
The musical partnership between Alasdair Fraser, long regarded as Scotland's premier fiddle ambassador, and the sizzlingly-talented Californian cellist Natalie Haas may not seem an obvious one, but the duo's dazzling teamwork, driving rhythms, and their shared passion for improvising on the melody and the groove of Scottish tunes has helped reconstruct and revive the Scottish tradition of playing dance music on violin and cello.
Saturday, May 4 • 7:00 pm
After a hiatus, the popular next Generation performances are back. In 2007, to kick off Chandler's centennial celebration, pianist Christopher O'Riley brought his acclaimed NPR Boston "From the Top" program to the Chandler stage to much audience enthusiasm. Chandler decided to create something similar and for fourteen years enjoyed this engaging look-alike program with young teenage musicians from our own area playing classical music.