Juno Orchestra:
 Family Connections

Music director: Zon Eastes

featuring soloist Jacob Charkey, cello

Juno Orchestra enters its third season with an exploration entitled "Family Connections".

Along with works appearing from well-known musical households (like Bach and Mozart), Juno also introduces a newly commissioned work by local composer Stan Charkey. 'J/J', for cello and string orchestra, which features Stan's son, soloist Jacob Charkey.

Stan Charkey, J/J
J.S. Bach, Sinfonia from Cantata 174
W.A. Mozart, Divertimento in F Major, K. 138
Edward Elgar, Serenade, Op. 20
Franz Joseph Haydn, Symphony No. 46 in B Major

Saturday, September 7, 7:30 pm
Sunday, September 8, 4 pm
Brattleboro Music Center, 72 Blanche Moyse Way, Brattleboro, Vermont

$40 Preferred
$20 General
$10 Limited View

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Barrand & Roberts 50th Anniversary

This concert is SOLD OUT! 
Please call 802-257-4523 if you would like to be put on a Wait List

In September 1969, John Roberts & Tony Barrand, graduate students at Cornell University, performed their first concert together as folk musicians. Singing informally at the Fox Hollow Folk Festival earlier that summer, they had met the redoubtable Maggi Peirce who hired them for her coffeehouse concert series, the Tryworks in New Bedford. With friend and supporter Mark Phillips (who owned the car!) they made the trek from Ithaca to New Bedford, marking the beginning of a long career.

In the following decades John and Tony have played all the major folk festivals and venues, and become recognized on both sides of the Atlantic as the leading ambassadors of traditional English folksong in the USA, releasing over a dozen CDs, plus a half-dozen more with the quartet Nowell Sing We Clear. Now, to celebrate their 50th anniversary as a folk-singing duo, John Roberts & Tony Barrand present this special concert which will feature many of their favorite and most popular songs from across the years.

Saturday, September 21, 7:30 pm
Brattleboro Music Center

Naulakha (general advanced): $25

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Vermont Symphony Orchestra: Made in Vermont Tour

The VSO joins leaf-peepers on the road in late September, visiting intimate and historic venues across the state with our “Made in Vermont” chamber orchestra tour. This season marks Jaime Laredo’s 20th anniversary as Music Director, and he’s excited to conduct a program that features Ifetayo Ali, a teenage cellist from the Sphinx Program, playing Haydn’s famous C Major Concerto. (Her teachers think she could be the next Yo-Yo Ma!) Also in the spotlight is our own wonderful principal flutist, Melissa Mielens, with a concerto by Francois Devienne, often called “the Mozart of the flute.” In our third year of collaboration with the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival, we pair a world premiere commission from composer Matthew Evan Taylor with a screening of a new film by Jeremy Lee MacKenzie. The program opens with Bartók’s lively Romanian Folk Dances.

BARTÓK – Romanian Folk Dances

DEVIENNE – Flute Concerto No. 2

MATTHEW EVAN TAYLOR – World Premiere Commission

HAYDN – Cello Concerto in C Major

Friday. September 27, 7:30 pm
Brattleboro Music Center, Brattleboro Vermont

General Admission: $25
Students (age 6-17): $10
Child (5 and under): Free


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Music Under the Stars Series

Join us under Vermont skies, amid the historic beauty of Retreat Farm. Bring a blanket, lawn chair and picninc dinner. Or enjoy delicious fare from assorted food truck vendors.

July 13 7:30pm
BMC Brass Quintet

August 17 7:30 pm 
Becky Tracy & Keith Murphy

September 28 5:30 pm
Windham Orchestra

$20 In advance or $25 at the gate.
Youth are $5; Children under 12 are free


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