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Juno Orchestra

Juno is the region's home team chamber orchestra. 
Revealing new and recent compositions while also presenting less well-known and time-honored masterworks, Juno invites curious audiences to find the connection, to discover the spark.
Under the direction of founder Zon Eastes, two central values underpin Juno’s work: exploration and collaboration.

George Frideric Handel - Concerto Grosso in A minor, Op. 6, No. 4
Johann Sebastian Bach - Ich habe genug, BWV 82
Randall Scarlata, baritone
Carl Philippe Emmanuel Bach - Sinfonia in B-flat Major, Wq. 182, No. 2
Johann Sebastian Bach - Concerto for Oboe and Violin, BWV 1060
Jennifer Slowik, oboe; Kathy Andrew, violin

Sunday, October 8, 2:30 pm
Persons Auditorium, Marlboro VT

Bach! Circle - $50
General - $20 In Advance, $25 at the Door
A limited number of Reduced Price tickets are available - please call the BMC at 802-257-4523

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In Stile Moderno
Misero amante -
Songs of Love and Suffering

In Stile Moderno's fall program invites the audience into the world of 17th-century Italy to indulge in every poet’s favorite subject: the joys and pains of love.

From the thrill of first attraction to the disappointment of a bad break-up, every moment of the lover’s journey was captured by the most celebrated musicians of the era, including Girolamo Kapsberger, Barbara Strozzi, Giulio Caccini, and Claudio Monteverdi. Alongside light-hearted love songs and heartbreaking laments, the concert will showcase instrumental music for guitars, theorbo, recorder, and cornetto.

Agnes Coakley Cox, soprano
Nathaniel Cox, cornetto, guitar & theorbo
Cameron Welke, guitar & theorbo
Dan Meyers, recorders & percussion

Friday, October 13, 7:00 pm
Brattleboro Music Center

General Admission - $20 In Advance,
$25 at the Door

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Chamber Series:
Sō Percussion

For 20 years and counting, Sō Percussion has redefined chamber music for the 21st century through an “exhilarating blend of precision and anarchy, rigor and bedlam” (New Yorker). They are celebrated by audiences and presenters for a dazzling range of work: for live performances in which “telepathic powers of communication” (New York Times) bring to life the vibrant percussion  repertoire; for an extravagant array of collaborations in classical music, pop, indie rock, contemporary dance, and theater; and for their work in education and community, creating  opportunities and platforms for music and artists that explore the immense possibility of art in our time.


Eric Cha-Beach
Josh Quillen
Adam Sliwinski
Jason Treuting

Eric Cha-Beach - 4+9
Angélica Negrón - Inward Pieces
Caroline Shaw - Taxidermy
Kendall K. Williams - Melodic Concept
Bryce Dessner - Music for Wood and Strings

Saturday, October 28, 7:00 pm
Brattleboro Music Center

General Admission: $30

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Palaver Strings:
Beehive Chamber Series - Homeland

Homeland explores folk-inspired music by a diverse group of composers paying homage to their homelands: Carlos Guastavino (Argentina), Violetta Parra (Chile), Leos Janacek (Czech Republic), and Bela Bartok (Hungary). These pieces explore the essence of each composer’s cultural-political landscape, using folk material from everyday life. Our journey concludes with Brahms’ monumental Trio in A Minor, which he composed after visiting his friend clarinetist Richard Muhlfeld in Meiningen, Germany.

Las Presencias, No. 7 “Rosita Iglesias:” Carlos Gustavino
Pohádka for cello and piano: Leos Janacek
Selections from Duos for violin and cello: Bela Bartok
Selection of songs arranged for viola and cello: Violetta Parra
Trio in A Minor, Op. 114: Johannes Brahms

Viola: Sergio Muñoz
Cello: Matthew Smith
Piano: Peipei Song

Friday, November 10, 7:00 pm
Brattleboro Music Center

Tickets: General - $20 In Advance, $25 at the Door

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Sarasa Ensemble:
Tendrils of the Soul

In a special anniversary program that demonstrates the depth and power of the First Viennese School’s masters, Sarasa performs Beethoven’s soul-searching Cavatina from his late Op. 130 string quartet, revels in Haydn’s unstoppable inventiveness in his Op. 54 No. 2 quartet, and exalts in Schubert’s sublime cello quintet in C major.

Zenas Hsu, Amy Galluzzo, violins; Marka Gustavsson, viola; Timothy Merton, Jennifer Morsches, cellos

Friday, November 17, 7:00 pm
Brattleboro Music Center

General Admission - $20 In Advance, $25 at the Door

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Chamber Series:
Musicians from Marlboro
Group II

Musicians from Marlboro Group II pairs Ralph Vaughan Williams’s powerful Blake Songs for tenor and oboe with Scottish composer Helen Grime’s exhilarating Oboe Quartet and the expansive majesty of Brahms’s Piano Quartet in A Major.

Ten Blake Songs (1957) Ralph Vaughan Williams
Oboe Quartet (2011) Helen Grime
Piano Quartet in A Major, Op. 26 (1863) Johannes Brahms

Itamar Zorman, violin
Haesue Lee, viola
Brannon Cho, cello
Filippo Gorini, piano
Mary Lynch VanderKolk, oboe
Patrick Bessenbacher, tenor

Saturday, December 2 at 7:00 pm
Brattleboro Music Center

General Admission - $30

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Chamber Series:
Musicians from Marlboro
Group III

Musicians from Marlboro Group III offers a richly varied program that begins with Samuel Coleridge-Taylor’s harmonically beguiling Five Fantasiestücke and concludes with Arnold Schoenberg’s intense, enthralling Verklärte Nacht.

Five Fantasiestücke, Op. 5 [Sel.] (1895) Samuel Coleridge-Taylor
Piano Trio No. 4 in E Minor, Op. 90, B. 166 (1890) Antonín Dvořák
Six Bagatelles, Op. 9 (1910, 1913) Anton Webern
Verklärte Nacht (1899) Arnold Schoenberg

Evren Ozel, piano
Anna Göckel, violin
Stephanie Zyzak, violin
Jordan Bak, viola
Hsin-Yun Huang, viola
Chase Park, cello

Saturday, February 17, at 7:00 pm
Brattleboro Music Center

General Admission - $30 

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In Stile Moderno:
Madrigals of Claudio Monteverdi

For five voices and theorbo

Sunday, March 10, 4:00 pm
Brattleboro Music Center

General Admission - $20 In Advance,
$25 at the Door

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