Events

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    LEO, The Anti-Gravity Show — Wednesday, February 17, 7:00 p.m. VTArtists Circus Pop Family Classics

    What would happen if the law of gravity were to suddenly change? LEO leaves you wondering which way is up and which way is down. This theatre piece challenges the senses and tests perceptions of reality through the interplay of live performance and video projection. Directed by the Montreal actor and director Daniel Brire and based on an original idea by Tobias Wegner. Recommended for ages 9+ years.

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    Dan Liptak’s Apex Ensemble — Saturday, February 20, 7:30 p.m. VTArtists Circus Pop Family Classics

    APEX is a 13 piece horn-driven musical experience sure to invigorate your mind, body and soul with an energetic mix of 60’s San Francisco Bay Area funk, rock, fusion, world music and jazz. For this concert, APEX will feature special guest vocalist Lloyd Dugger interpreting Stevie Wonder’s "Songs in the Key of Life.” APEX is an all-star line-up of the best large band musicians Vermont has to offer from the Big Bang Bhangra Brass Band, Saturn People’s Sound Collective, Movement of the People, Afinque, Kat Wright’s Soul Band and others.

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    An Evening with James McMurtry — Friday, February 26, 7:30 p.m. VTArtists Circus Pop Family Classics

    James McMurtry spins stories with a poet’s pen (“Long Island Sound”) and a painter’s precision (“She Loves Me”). Proof: The acclaimed songwriter’s new Complicated Game. McMurtry’s first collection in six years spotlights a craftsman in absolutely peak form as he turns from political toward personal (“These Things I’ve Come to Know,” “You Got to Me”). “The lyrical theme is mostly about relationships,” McMurtry says. “It’s also a little about the big old world verses the poor little farmer or fisherman. I never make a conscious decision about what to write about.”

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    Belle Starr — Saturday, February 27, 7:00 p.m. VTArtists Circus Pop Family Classics

    Stephanie Cadman, Kendel Carson and Miranda Mulholland play blazing fiddles, sing like no others, and excel at step dancing. The band’s namesake outlaw is a stereotype-flaunting renegade who did hard time for horse theft. Perhaps the fugitive Belle Starr is an extreme role model, but for a group that spent one of their first music video shoots learning how to hotwire a car, the Bandit Queen provides a certain kind of rebellious inspiration. Part Traditional, part Pop, steeped in Americana, Belle Starr is a band that defies expectations.

  • Heliand Consort
    Distant Mirrors, an evening with Heliand Consort — Saturday, March 5, 2016 7:30 p.m. VTArtists Circus Pop Family Classics

    Heliand Consort presents “Distant Mirrors - Music between the Wars, 1918 – 1939”, music from the Interwar period including novelty piano, French Impressionism, the American songbook and Poulenc’s spectacular Sextet for piano and winds. This vibrantly creative program captures the dramatic contrasts of the period from the heights of the Roaring Twenties to the depths of the Depression. Join us for this dynamic evening of chamber music with Vermont’s own piano and woodwind ensemble. Heliand Consort is Berta Frank – flute, Katie Oprea, oboe, Elisabeth LeBlanc, clarinet, Joy Worland, horn, Julian Partridge, bassoon, and Cynthia Huard, piano.

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    PossumHaw — Saturday, March 12, 7:30 p.m. VTArtists Circus Pop Family Classics

    With the drive of bluegrass and the original lyricism of folk, delivered by one of the finest female vocalists in the region, PossumHaw has stunning vocal harmonies, stellar acoustic instrumentation, and a sound all their own. Singer-songwriter Colby Crehan’s song “Road to Mora” was named Vermont Song of the Year, and she was named Vermont Vocalist of the Year (Tammie Awards, Times-Argus). Formed in 2004 by husband-wife team Ryan (banjo) and Colby Crehan with their lead guitarist Charley Eiseman, the band also includes Stephen Waud on mandolin, and Mitch Barron on upright bass.

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    TRIP Dance Company Annual Fundraiser VTArtists Circus Pop Family Classics

    TRIP Dance Company returns to perform at its annual fundraiser. With its progressive choreography and award-winning talent, this competitive dance company is comprised of 35 dancers ages 9-18 from the towns of Stowe, Waterbury Center, Morrisville, Johnson, Hyde Park, and Waitsfield. TRIP, now in its 14th year, offers young dancers in Vermont the opportunity to master technique and performance skills in the areas of Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical, Modern, and Hip Hop. This year's dance repertoire includes both innovative and classical choreography that will be performed at three leading industry competitions: NUVO in Montreal, New York City Dance Alliance (NYCDA) in Boston, and Tremaine in Boston.

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    Finding Noah — Friday, March 25, 7:00 p.m. VTArtists Circus Pop Family Classics

    Join director/producer Brent Baum and the FINDING NOAH film crew as they follow an expedition of intrepid explorers on a perilous trek up to Mt. Ararat’s desolate summit. There, using state of the art technology and real-time satellite imagery, this team of archeologists, scientists and professional mountaineers will begin a grid work of exploration unlike any before, hoping to finally resolve the age-old question: did Noah and his Ark actually exist?

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