CANCELED Ana Gasteyer— December 22 @ 07:00 pm
CANCELED Due to unforeseen circumstances, regrettably, we must cancel the Ana Gasteyer performance scheduled for Sat, Dec 22, 2018. Refunds for online purchases will be made automatically; all other buyers should contact their point of purchase. SASS! BRASS! VIM! VERVE! GIN-AND-TONIC! MOXIE! NERVE! With her joyful sass and pizzazz, singer, actress and comedienne Ana Gasteyer hosts a good old-fashioned holiday party, as a follow up to her hugely popular cabaret show “I’m Hip!”.
Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony – Green Mountain Mahler Festival Annual Holiday Concert— December 29 @ 07:00 pm
Symphony No. 9 in D minor, Op. 125 “the Choral,” is one of Beethoven’s greatest works, and many consider it among the finest achievements of western music. Join the Green Mountain Mahler Festival orchestra and chorus with conductor Daniel Bruce and four VT vocal soloists for their festive holiday concert!
Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society Presents Rhapsody in Stowe— January 19 @ 07:00 pm
What better way to spend a cold wintery evening than to hear gorgeous music played by some of the classical worlds most accomplished musicians? The season begins with Rhapsody in Stowe, Saturday, January 19 at 7pm featuring Mark Dover (clarinet), Peter Dugan (piano), Jia Kim (cello), and Michelle Ross (violin).
An Evening with Chad Hollister Band— February 9 @ 07:00 pm
Pacific Recording Artist Chad Hollister Band returns to Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center for their sixth year. The positivity that emanates from a Chad Hollister Band show is hard to describe but is something that the world needs now more than ever. This 10 piece roots/rock ensemble features four horns, pedal steel/mandolin, percussion, bass, drums and two guitars along with Hollister’s soaring vocals, delivering heartfelt, honest songs that make you want to sing, dance and make this world a better place.
Noam Pikelny & Stuart Duncan— February 16 @ 07:00 pm
Two of the day’s foremost bluegrass players – Noam Pikelny (of the Punch Brothers) on banjo and Stuart Duncan (Nashville Bluegrass Band, Lyle Lovett Band) on fiddle perform a concert of breakdowns, jigs, waltzes, original songs and more displaying the wide range of possibilities of these two folk instruments in the hands of two virtuosos.
Gaelic Storm— February 24 @ 07:00 pm
A multi-national, Celtic juggernaut Gaelic Storm has a fanatic audience, and it’s a well-diversified crowd for sure. The country-music folks adore the storytelling, the bluegrass-heads love the instrumentals, Celtic fans love their devotion to tradition, and the rockers simply relish the passion they play their instruments with. A feel good band for the dead of winter!
Cyrille Aimée— March 8 @ 07:00 pm
Vocalist Cyrille Aimée was primarily raised in France by a French father and Dominican mother. As a curious child in Samois-sur-Seine, she would sneak out of her bedroom window to wander into the nearby gypsy encampments filled with those attending the annual Django Reinhardt Festival. She quickly fell in love with gypsy music and way of life; years later she would sing on street corners with friends while traveling across Europe. She now happily tours the world with her band as well as in a duo setting with Brazilian guitarist Diego Figueiredo. Don’t miss this incredible jazz vocalist’s debut in Stowe!
Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society Presents The Art of The String Quartet— March 9 @ 07:00 pm
On Saturday, March 9 at 7pm come hear the members of the world renowned Cavani String Quartet present The Art of The String Quartet with artists Catherine Cosbey (violin), Annie Fullard (violin), Jia Kim (cello), and Eric Wong (viola). As Quartet-in-residence at the world renowned Cleveland Institute of Music from 1988-2018, and winner of numerous accolades, including the prestigious Naumburg Award. The Cavani Quartet has been described by the Washington Post as “completely engrossing, powerful, and elegant.” Members of the Cavani Quartet, joined by Jia Kim will be performing.
The Allman Betts Band— April 5 @ 07:00 pm
Under The Street Lamp— April 13 @ 07:00 pm
Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society Presents Family, Fun, Five “B’s”!— May 18 @ 07:00 pm
The season concludes with Family, Fun, Five “B’s”! (Presenting works by five great composers – Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Bartok, and Bridge) on Saturday, May 18 at 7pm. Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society invites families and appreciators of all ages to an extraordinary evening of music-making. This is a chance to hear these masterworks up close and personal in a fun, interactive setting where all are welcome to join post-concert for a meet-and-greet with the artists: Rachel Lee (violin), Colin Brookes (viola), Yannick Rafalimana (piano), and Jia Kim (cello)!