Mr. Stout began the program with Johann Sebastian Bach’s Arioso, a slow, baroque virtuosic exercise.
The chamber music camp will host an Alumni Chamber Music Concert followed by a post-concert reception on Friday evening, September 29th, beginning at 7:30 p.m., at the Salisbury Congregational Church, 853 Maple Street.
STUDENT: Emma Davine GRADE: 4SCHOOL: Lothrop Elementary TITLE: Page from a Sketchbook MEDIUM: Pencil on paper TEACHER: Matt Aucoin STATEMENT FROM MR. AUCOIN: Emma is in fourth grade and loves […]
People gathered behind The BigTown Gallery in Rochester last Saturday, September 9th, to hear Ben Cosgrove, a talented composer-performer play his original compositions in gallery owners Annie and Doon’s beautiful garden.
A wire sculpture by an OV eighth grader.
Liza Myers loves to paint birds. She comes from a family of ornithologists and was once on the board of the Vermont Audubon Society, so her artistic interest in them should come as no surprise.
Between Route 30 and Lake Champlain lie a string of small, rural communities full of farms and artists. And sometimes they’re one in the same.
The conantsquareGallery in Brandon has a compelling new show of abstract art by a group of prominent artists who make Brandon their home.
Opera Vermont is a new partnership among three highly esteemed cultural institutions that represent the geographic length of the state: Highland Center for the Performing Arts in Greensboro in the north, BARN OPERA in Brandon in the center, and Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester in the south.
A mural painted by OCA 5th and 6th graders.