Tag: Vermont

Vermont vs. Hollwood: 100 Years of Vermont in Film

March 18, 2024

Vermont has been a featured location in Hollywood movies for nearly a century. It has represented many different ideals during that time, and its portrayal reflects both Vermont’s own history as well as American history. Examining those films provides interesting and fun insights into the hold Vermont has had on… Read More

Solar Eclipse in Monkton

March 18, 2024

Get your eclipse glasses and join in. Food vendors Queen Bee and ReMarcAble Bakery will be there. Please RSVP to help us better plan for the party here. The library and the town hall have a limited number of eclipse glasses to distribute, and a limited number of glasses… Read More

Discovering Black Vermont

March 18, 2024

Elise Guyette, author of the acclaimed book Discovering Black Vermont: African American Farmers in Hinesburgh 1790-1890, will present a talk about her book and on the farming community in Addison County. This will be an in-person meeting. Read More

Moonshadow: An Eclipse Viewing Experience

March 18, 2024

Join us for an afternoon of celestial amazement while eclipse gazing on our beautiful vineyard grounds. There will be tarot readings, local vendors, and more. A completely improvised musical score to the entire eclipse will be performed live by Marie Hamilton on harp and Tom Pearo on looping electric guitar. The cost of admission includes parking, a pair… Read More

Rondo through the Ages

March 18, 2024

Come celebrate the string quartet performance of student Amelia Grosskopf’s (’24) capstone senior project, an exploration of stylistic transformation across string quartet works spanning the 18th-20th centuries. This hour-long concert will feature works by Scarlatti, Haydn, Schubert, Smetana, Debussy, and Bartok, as well as original solo viola interludes that stylistically… Read More

Middlebury College Orchestra

March 18, 2024

The MCO is a full symphony orchestra that explores the exciting, dynamic repertoire for orchestra of the last two and a half centuries, from Bach and Mozart to Adams and Lutoslawski. Watch the livestream of the performance here . Read More

Orlando

March 17, 2024

Play by Sarah Ruhl, adapted from the original by Virginia Woolf. Directed by Claudio Medeiros. A young nobleman is drawn into a love affair with Queen Elizabeth I. For a time, life at court is interesting enough, but Orlando yearns for something more. As he strives to make his way as… Read More

Storytelling in Chinese Music from the Ancient Past through Modern Times

March 17, 2024

In this presentation, master pipa player Gao Hong will introduce the audience to the storytelling aspects of Chinese music spanning the ages through 2000-year-old traditional pipa music and 21-century new music formats. She will open her presentation with a performance of traditional pipa music, including a 100-year-old piece that was… Read More

Pasta-Making Experience

March 17, 2024

Discover the art of pasta-making in our hands-on class! Join us for a delightful culinary experience as our expert chef, Nick DeForge, guides you through the intricacies of crafting perfect pasta from scratch. From mixing the dough to mastering various pasta shapes, this class promises a fun and educational journey… Read More

Airswimming

March 17, 2024

Charlotte Jones’ Airswimming follows the story of Dora Kitson and Persephone Baker, two unlikely friends who are confined to life in St. Dymphna’s Hospital for the Criminally Insane beginning in the 1920s. Watch the evolution of their relationship – one of friendship, familial love, and romantic tension – as they… Read More

The Architecture of Music

March 17, 2024

Grammy Award-winning composer and conductor, Eric Whitacre, is among today’s most popular musicians. His works are programmed worldwide and his ground-breaking Virtual Choirs have united over 100,000 singers from more than 145 countries. In this lecture, Eric will discuss his music and process through the lens of Architecture, exploring how the… Read More