Music and Theatre
MUSIC & THEATER
Bennington Center for the Arts Vermont Route 9 at Gypsy Lane, Bennington benningtoncenterforthearts.org 802 442-7158
April 17: Mackenzie Melemed in concert: Since beginning piano at the age of five, this remarkable young man has performed at Carnegie Hall and the White House.7:30pm.
Brattleboro Music Center 38 Walnut Street, Brattleboro bmcvt.org,
March 7: New England Bach Festival Musicians Reunion, 3pm, Latchis Theatre, Brattleboro. ■ March 26: Music School faculty recital, 7:30pm, Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro. ■ March 27: Music School student recitals. ■ March 28: Windham Orchestra for Kids of All Ages, 3pm. ■ April 11: Music School Students and Faculty: Invention! 3pm, All Souls Church, West Brattleboro. ■ April 25: Pianist Peter Serkin with Violinist Madalyn Parnas and Cellist Cicely Parnas, 4pm, Centre Congrega-tional Church, Brattleboro. ■ April 30: The Blanche Moyse Chorale presents Die Erste Walpurgisnacht, 8pm, Walpole Unitarian Church, Walpole, NH. ■ May 2: The Blanche Moyse Chorale presents Die Erste Walpurgisnacht, 4pm, Centre Congregational Church, Brattleboro.
Bromley Mountain 3984 Route 11, Peru bromley.com, 802 824-5522
Feb. 13: Join us for the torchlight parade, live music, dancing, a dessert tasting, and a silent auction and vacation raffle, all capped off by a magnificent fireworks display!
The Clark College Museum 225 South Street, Williamstown, Mass. clark.edu, 413 458.2303
■ Feb. 20: An Evening with Judy Collins, 7pm. ■ Apr. 18 & 25: Arts Break Concert by Williams College Students, 1pm.
Hooker Dunham Theater & Gallery 139 Main Street, Brattleboro hookerdunham.org, 802 254-9276
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Latchis Hotel 50 Main Street, Brattleboro http://www.latchis.com, 802 254-6300
■ Feb. 13: Warren Miller Ski Film.■ March 3: Vermont Humanities Council presents Ken Burns. ■ March 7: Brattleboro Music Center Moyse Centennial Year Chamber Concert. ■ March 20: Bush Mango Dancers. ■ April 3: Spell Check! A Spelling Bee for Grown Ups.
Main Street Arts 37 Main Street, Saxtons River mainstreetarts.org,
Manchester Music Festival Arkell Pavilion at Southern Vermont Arts Center, Manchester mmfvt.org, 802 362-1956
Mar. 21: Peter and the Wolf with live orchestra and narrator, 3pm., Maple Street School. ■ April 8: Fireworks Ensemble, as part of the Young Composer’s Project, Riley Center for the Arts at Burr and Burton Academy, 7pm.
MUDTIME Theater 17 Canal Street, Bellows Falls mudtimetheater.blogspot.com
Free Theater each Friday night at 8pm, including: Feb. 12: “The Jolly Banker,” with the Modern Times Theater. ■ Feb. 19: “In Dreams Begin Responsibilities,” by Delmore Schwartz.
New England Youth Theater 100 Flat Street, Brattleboro neyt.org,
802 246-NEYT (6398)
March 12-14 and 19-21: The New England Youth Theater presents,” The Legend of Sleepy Hollow,” directed by Peter Gould. ■ Apr. 1: TAP Thursday Morning Adult Troupe. ■ Apr. 14: TAP Wednesday Afternoon Youth Troupe. ■ Apr. 23-25 and Apr. 30-May 2: The New England Youth Theater presents, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” directed by John Hadden.
Sandglass Theater 17 Kimball Hill, Putney sandglasstheater.org,
March 13: Mid-Winter Sunshine Children’s Series – Jack and the Beanstalk, 2 & 4pm.
Southern Vermont Arts Center Arkell Pavilion at West Road, Manchester svac.org, 802 362-1405
Feb. 13: Teddy Bear Tea Party, Yester House Gallery, 2-4 pm. Celebrate Valentine’s Day a day early with your child at the second annual Teddy Bear Tea Party! Party-goers are invited to bring a well-loved teddy bear (doll or other stuffed animal) and are encouraged to “dress up” for the occasion in their best tea finery. Reservations are required.
Snow Barn at Mount Snow mountsnow.com/snowbarn.html
Feb. 13: The Pulse of Boston. ■ Feb. 14: National Recording Artist Rusted Root. ■ Feb. 20: The Soul Band. ■ Feb. 27: Delta Generators. ■ March 13: Ernie and the Automatics. ■ March 17: A Tribute to U2’s The Joshua Tree.
Starving Artist Collective 10 West Street, Keene, NH thestarvingartistcollective.com, 603 352-6900
Feb. 11: The Daredevil and Christopher Wright, 8-10pm. ■ Feb. 18: Sisters and Brothers Freeform Jazz Collective, 8-10pm. ■ Feb. 19: David Wax Museum with RISE, 8pm. ■ Feb. 20: Apple Hill Performance, 8-10pm. ■ Feb. 23: Benefit Concert with Silas Beardslee, 8pm. ■ Feb. 24: Holy Grounds with guest Lecture, 8pm. ■ Feb. 26: The Accident That Led Me to the World with George Barber, 8pm.
Stone Church Arts 20 Church Street, Bellows Falls stonechurcharts.us, 802 463-3100
March 13: St. Patrick’s Fiddle Frenzy: Eugene Friesen, cello, with Annalivia, 7:30pm. ■ April 10: Eugene Friesen & Friends, 7:30pm. ■ April 17: Odaiko New England, Taiko drummers, at Bellows Falls Opera House, 7:30pm. ■ May 1: Klezmer/Jazz: Alki Steriopoulos, piano & Howie Leshaw, clarinet, 7:30pm.
Vermont Jazz Center 72 Cotton Mill Hill, Brattleboro vtjazz.org,
Feb. 13: Antonio Hart Quartet, 8pm., Vermont Jazz Center. ■ March 13: Whirrr! The Music of Jimmy Guiffre with the Harrison /Schuller Sextet, 8pm., Vermont Jazz Center. ■ April 17: Peter Bernstein Tribute to Attila Zoller, 8pm., Vermont Jazz Center. ■ May 22: Howard Brofsky and Friends, 8pm., Vermont Jazz Center.
Weston Playhouse Theater 703 Main Street, Weston westonplayhouse.org, 802 824-5288
Feb. 13-14: 9th Annual Vermont and Beyond Fine Art Show with music and refreshments, 11am– 5pm at the Weston Playhouse.