Richmond Vermont, is a town in Chittenden County, located east of Burlington, Vermont, along I-89, in the western foothills of the Green Mountains.
Richmond is noted for the Round Church, a rare 16-sided meetinghouse built in 1812-1813.
Some noted residents of Richmond included: Barbara Cochran, Olympic alpine skier & member of the Skiing Cochrans; George F. Edmunds, US Senator from Vermont; Louis Greenough, pioneer & inventor; Joel Furr, Internet personality & coiner of the term "spam;" George Dallas Sherman, first leader of the Burlington Concert Band.
Burlington's newest classical piano trio emerges with its second program following the group's debut in October 2016. Violinist Letitia Quante, cellist John Dunlop, and pianist Claire Black present the first piano trios of Beethoven and Brahms, and Ernest Bloch's Three Nocturnes.