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March 30-

May 4th

Artist Reception and Earth Day Celebration

Saturday April, 20 • 10AM-1pm


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Open Call For Submissions

Nature's Palette: Area Artist Show

Deadline to RSVP: May 3 2024

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New Resident Mixer (Fraser & Haas)

If you've moved to VT in the last couple of years, or are considering it,  we'd love to invite you to this new resident mixer; sponsored by Vermont Department of Tourism. Get to know your new neighbors with delicious local refreshments over complimentary local refreshments. Then enjoy the world renowned fiddle and cello duo, Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas 🎻🎶

Sr. Simone Campbell

Sunday, April 21 • 1:00 pm

The “Nun on the Bus” Comes to Randolph

Bethany Church of Randolph is bringing Sr. Simone Campbell to the Chandler Center for the Arts on April 21, 2024.

Sr. Simone is a 2022 Presidential Medal of Freedom winner, and organizer of several Nuns on the Bus tours while serving as the Executive Director of NETWORK, the lobby for Catholic Social Justice. The Nuns on the Bus advocate for economic justice and adequate funding for social safety net programs.

On Chandler’s main stage, Sr. Simone will address economic inequities and poverty in rural communities and how we might bridge the deep political divides among us.

The Chandler doors will open at 1:00 for TED talks by several Vermont Peace and Justice Groups, including Migrant Justice, the VT ACLU and Vermont Interfaith Action.

Sr. Simone’s lecture will begin at 2:00 pm. Admission is free. Donations accepted at the door.


Tuesday, April 23 • 7:00 pm

MaMuse is delighted to return to their East Coast home away from home, Vermont for a play in the exquisite Chandler Center for the Arts. Sorah and Karisha will be accompanied by gifted guitarist Scott Ferreter and genius Nate Dittle on keys. The evening will be full of old favorites, new gems and songs from the future, yet to be written. Please join us and tell your friends!

Vermont Philharmonic

Saturday, April 27 • 7:00 pm

Spring 2024 Concert

Felix Mendelssohn: Die schöne Melusine Overture, Op. 32

Erik Nielsen: Reflections on the Way
Mary Bonhag, Soprano

Richard Stoehr: Trumpet Concerto
Billy Hunter, Trumpet

ChatGPT Essentials: Navigating AI's Opportunities and Challenges

Wednesday, May 1 • 6-8 pm

Explore the business potential of ChatGPT: Dive into content creation, data analysis, and the ethical considerations of AI, including bias mitigation. Gain insights on leveraging text-based AI to innovate and inform decision-making in a rapidly evolving digital landscape. Ideal for anyone aiming to incorporate AI responsibly and effectively into their work or personal responsibilities.

Alasdair Fraser &
Natalie Haas

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.

Fraser & Haas String Musicians' Workshop

Saturday, May 4 • 10:00 am

String musicians’ workshop: Based on the fiddle music of Scotland and beyond, the workshop is focused on players of violin, viola, cello and string bass, but other instruments are welcome. The level will be for intermediate players and above. The goal is to explore playing traditional music in a group with emphasis on arrangement ideas and the techniques that give traditional music its particular flavour. Using elements of language and dance, fiddle tunes and arrangement ideas work together to form a larger medley. All music will be taught by ear, but music will be provided to take away.

Next Generation

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.

Upper Valley Baroque

Sunday, May 19 • 3:00 pm

Bach's St. John Passion

One of J.S. Bach’s major oratorios, the St. John Passion dramatically recounts the story of Jesus’ crucifixion as told in the Gospel of St. John. Upper Valley Baroque brings this powerful masterpiece to life with a talented ensemble of singers, super-star soloists, and orchestral musicians playing on period instruments – under the direction of Maestro Filippo Ciabatti.

New World Festival

Sunday, September 1

Vermont's Premier Celtic and Quebecois Music Festival

Featuring: Cantrip • Conor Mallon (Connla) • Hiraezh: Claire Boucher, Brad Hurley, Lysandre Chartrand • Footworks • Kalos • É.T.É • Le Vent du Nord • Le Winston Band • Mick McAuley • Morris Dancers (Midnight Capers and Border Morris) • No Strings Marionettes • The Reel McCoys • Traverse

...And more to be announced soon!!!

The Logger

Saturday, September 21 • 7:00 pm

The Logger: one-man comedy show featuring Rusty DeWees

Our Season is funded with with support from Vermont Arts Council, NEFA, and Mid Atlantic Arts, with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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