Glory Denied: New American opera about the history of now

Great opera doesn’t need to be about anything — sometimes all we crave is unforgettable music and fabulous voices. But Opera Company of Middlebury’s “Glory Denied,” opening Sept. 27 at Town Hall Theater in Middlebury, offers more and should not be missed.

Opera Company of Middlebury announces merger with youth

Going forward, the program will now be known as the Youth Opera Company of OCM.

Love abounds at this year’s Marrowbone performances

This will be Marianne Lust’s final year as creator of Marrowbone, having mounted it over 20 times since the early 1990s. But fear not, Marrowbone will continue in the exemplary and dedicated hands and hearts of Justine Jackson, Sara Granstrom and Sophie P … (read more)

Celebrate indigenous culture at the Abenaki Land Link Harvest Festival

At this family-friendly event, visitors can learn more about Abenaki food culture with performances, demonstrations, food tasting, storytelling and more.

Nordic acoustic trio kicks off North American tour at Middlebury College

The three multi-talented, multi-instrumental musicians mine their solid backgrounds in traditional and roots music to present a genre-bending amalgam of folk sensitivity, jazz-tinged improvisation, and classical complexity, all distilled through an openne … (read more)

Pianist David Feurzeig plays free concerts to benefit reptiles & amphibians

UVM pianist David Feurzeig is on a mission to give free concerts in all the towns in Vermont — that’s 252 concerts if you’re counting.

‘The Glass Menagerie’ takes the stage in Waitsfield

The Valley Players will present a classic of the American theater this fall, “The Glass Menagerie” by Tennessee Williams.

Dance with Sue Hulsether in Bristol

On Sept. 29, from 7:30-9:30, nationally known dance caller Sue Hulsether will be leading a community dance in Bristol’s Holley Hall with live fiddle and banjo music by Addison County’s own Red Dog Riley.

Maiden Vermont returns to Town Hall Theater

Almost four years have gone by since Maiden Vermont, central Vermont’s women’s a cappella chorus that specializes in barbershop style harmonies, has appeared on stage.

Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival wraps best season yet

Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival reported last week that by every relevant metric, the previous high water marks set at MNFF5 in 2019 have all been thoroughly eclipsed by this year’s fest.

Cliff Eberhart and Louise Mosrie Coombe open the coffee house season in Ripton

After a year of online concerts and two years at a bigger venue in Lincoln, the Ripton Community Coffee House returns to Ripton to present a concert by Cliff Eberhardt with Louise Mosrie Coombe on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 7:30 p.m. 

Hear Smiley’s Rhizome Project this Saturday in Middlebury

Singer / composer, Moira Smiley introduces an upcoming album called “The Rhizome Project” in a concert at Middlebury Town Hall Theater on Saturday, Sept. 16, at 7:30 p.m.  

Macro | micro opens Friday at Sparrow Art Supply

The upcoming exhibit at Sparrow Art Supply is an artful interplay of dimension, detail, proportion, perspective, and point of view!

‘The Future Belongs to Ghosts’ on view at Northern Daughters

What does a ghost look like? What about a spirit? How do we contemplate god? How do we honor the dead?

Meet the artist Liza Myers in Brandon

Liza Myers, a painter and sculptor will share her art career Friday, Sept. 15, at 7 p.m., at Brandon Artists Guild, 7 Center Street in downtown Brandon.