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Upcoming Events


Juneberry Sings the Night Sky
6th Annual Chamber Music Sight-Reading Potluck Party
Ben Kulp Solo Cello Recital
Circle Singing
Music Together Faculty Concert
Sound an Echo Workshop & Concert
UVMC Faculty Showcase





Juneberry Community Chorus:
Juneberry Sings the Night Sky

Sunday, January 20, 4 pm
Lebanon Opera House

Join us in our first concert at the Lebanon Opera House! Be part of a magical, mysterious 75 minutes of music from many centuries and countries written about the solar system, the moon, and the stars. One special piece based on planetary orbits by Estonian composer Urmas Sisask was shipped to us from Finland, where in the north, the sun does not rise over the horizon in the winter. Guest musicians include cellist Ben Kulp and the UVMC Cello Choir. The audience will be invited to join the chorus in song once in a blue moon. An out-of-this-world reception follows. 

Your donation at the door makes this program possible. 
We suggest $15/seat: you determine your ability to pay.



6th Annual Chamber Music Sight-Reading Potluck Party
Friday, January 25, 5:30-8:30 pm
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Ben Kulp Solo Cello Recital
Saturday February 2, 3 pm
St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Hanover


CircleSinging
Friday January 11, February 8, March 8, April 12, May 10
7-8:30 pm
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Music Together Faculty Concert
Sunday February 10, 3 pm
UVMC

Enjoy an afternoon of toddler-friendly music from UVMC's Music Together faculty. Our early childhood teachers share their performance talents with singing, fiddle, ukulele and more. Come prepared to sing along with some interactive numbers and hear some of your favorites from Music Together collections!

Admission by donation to support UVMC's tuition assistance fund.


Sound an Echo
Sunday February 17
5 pm: Workshop $15
7 pm: Concert $15

IN SOUND AN ECHO, RACHAEL KILGOUR & SARA PAJUNEN create and perform modern, minimalist arrangements of old songs that have stood the test of time. Kilgour is an award-winning songwriter whose sincere and lyric-driven work ('a heartfelt slice of indie folk' [Billboard]) has been heard at Lincoln Center and The Sundance Film Festival. A classically-trained violinist studying contemporary improvisation, Pajunen is a sound artist, composer and an acclaimed progressive practitioner of Nordic folk music with "extra elusive appeal..." (fRoots). SOUND AN ECHO is interested in bringing new life to the old and remembering how to sing together again.


UVMC Faculty Showcase
Saturday March 23, 4 pm
First Congregational Church, Lebanon

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