Exposed. is Helen Day Art Center’s 27th annual outdoor sculpture exhibition. Sculptural, site-specific, and participatory work from regional and national artists is exhibited throughout the town of Stowe.
Vermont Vaudeville has produced professional variety shows all over Vermont since 2009 to critical acclaim. Founded by world touring, Vermont-based performers Maya and Brent McCoy, Justin Lander, and Rose Friedman, each show is breath taking, hilarious, and charming. Get ready to laugh until your face hurts! Free for NVU community, $10 for all others.
The Vermont Philharmonic and Conductor Lou Kosma, in collaboration with the Bel Canto Institute of Florence, Italy, will present an Opera Concert featuring operatic selections and orchestral music of Bellini, Donizetti, Puccini, Rossini, Verdi and others, along with the 2018 Bel Canto Institute Orchestral Award Winners.
Committed to bringing Stowe area audiences the finest performances of an extraordinary repertoire, the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society (SPCMS) is presenting two intimate evenings of chamber music in 2018, with audience and musicians together, on-stage, at the Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center. Join us for extraordinary performances by world-class musicians and learn more about the educational impact goals of the inaugural season of the Spruce Peak Chamber Music Society which launches in January, 2019. On Saturday, October 27, pianist David Kaplan, violinist Siwoo Kim, and Artistic Director/cellist Jia Kim will be performing movements from chamber music masterpieces including Mozart’s beautifully operatic Piano Trio in C Major, the soulful “Dumky” Trio by Dvo?ák, and the ultimately passionate and spirited 2nd Trio in C Minor by Mendelssohn. Please join us for this intimate stage concert — Seating is limited to 100 seats.
Travel back to the early 1900s to cheer and hiss at three ghostly silent films paired with the original historic orchestral scores– Buster Keaton in The Haunted House (1921), Laurel and Hardy in Habeus Corpus (1928), and Charlie Chaplin in One A.M. (1916). Between the films, enjoy the rollicking rhythms of the early 20th century as played by Peacherine, featuring favorites by Scott Joplin, Irving Berlin, and more! Fun for the whole family! The Peacherine Ragtime Society Orchestra is “the premier American ragtime ensemble” as hailed by the Washington Post. Formed by conductor Andrew Greene at the University of Maryland in 2010, the Orchestra recreates the syncopated stylings of a bygone era – ragtime, theater, and dance music, along with underscoring classic silent films using the original orchestral scores. *KIDS FREE! One FREE kids ticket will be offered for each full-priced adult ticket purchased. Enter the code KIDSFREE at checkout. Hurry, offer expires 10/7/18!