Trapp Family Lodge will host a stop of the New Leaf Outdoor Musical Cabaret tour, Saturday, Oct. 3.
Masks, lawn chairs and — violins? Oh my! The Craftsbury Chamber Players took to South Burlington’s Bread and Butter Farm on Wednesday, Sept. 9, to share their sweet sounds.
One broken heart mended many others when Vermont musicians teamed up to reimagine and record the tune, “Make it Better,” by Champlain Valley Union High School alumna Francesca Blanchard.
The Vermont Jazz Trio, featuring Paul Asbell, Peter Schmeeckle and Jeremy Hill, plays a selection for Main Street Live in Stowe Village. The trio will be back Saturday, Sept. 5, 12 and 19, from 5-8 p.m.
Marina Prikis, of South Burlington, won an honorable mention from Clavier’s Piano Explorer magazine for her piano composition, “Guided by the Northern Lights.”
Stowe Vibrancy debuts Main Street Live with Vermont jazz trio Asbell, Schmeeckle & Hill on the green in Stowe village, corner of Park and Main Streets, Saturday, Aug. 22, 5 - 8 p.m.
Enjoy an evening of original songs, summer classics, Broadway favorites and great American songbook standards at Summer Nights on the Green, three socially distanced live concerts on tap for house-bound and music-deprived Vermonters.
Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society is presenting a three-week series of conversations between its artistic director, Jia Kim, and musicians who have played on the Spruce Peak Arts stage in the last two seasons.
Wednesday Night Live is returning to Morristown later this month. Following state rules, Dan Lindley, the town administrator, said attendance will be limited to 150 people per night, social distancing will be observed, and face masks will be required.