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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.

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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.

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When Rik Palieri was 19, his musical idol called him on stage.

Palieri’s life was changed forever.

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As live performances continue on digital stages during the COVID-19 pandemic, Burton and Higher Ground are progressing on a deal that would see the concert venue move to Burlington

The 125th season of the Morrisville Community Band is underway with a new conductor, Nick Allen, and volunteer musicians from all walks of life, ranging from high school students to grandparents.

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The staff at South Burlington’s Higher Ground are waiting to get back to the grind. Along with others far and wide, Higher Ground had to close shop because of COVID-19.

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The soft, folksy songs of Burlington band Cricket Blue practically beckon the listener to come closer.

Since March, duo Laura Heaberlin and Taylor Smith have had to keep fans at more than arm’s length, awaiting safer days for live performances.

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Live music is coming off computer screens and into the streets next month. Spruce Peak Arts is organizing a drive-by concert series, bringing live music outside in this era of social distancing. On June 20, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., the first concert will kick off in Morrisville.

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Vermont singer-songwriter Christine Malcom and Rudy Dauth will perform a free 30-minute live concert on Wednesday, May 20, at 7 p.m. through the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center’s YouTube channel.

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In disappointing but unsurprising news, Stowe Performing Arts has canceled its planned, in-person “Noon Music in May” concert series, and will instead broadcast the lunchtime concerts online.

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Area musicians used to performing in public are still playing for audiences, albeit homebound ones via video.

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