A large-scale, interactive sculpture installation by LA-based artist James Peterson, inspired by magical Siberian ice caves. Presented by Spruce Peak at Stowe, produced and curated by Helen Day Art Center.
Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 2 – Resurrection premiered in 1895 and was among his most successful, establishing his lifelong view of the beauty of resurrection and the afterlife. This powerful, unforgettable concert under the direction of conductor Daniel Bruce features vocal soloists Melissa Dickerson and Wendy Hoffman Farrell and the combined forces of the Green Mountain Mahler Festival, the Burlington Civic Symphony, the Champlain Philharmonic Orchestra, and the South Burlington Community Chorus with chorus master Matthew LaRocca.
On Saturday, April 28, Sean Lee, violin, Jia Kim, cello, and Euntaek Kim, piano will be performing movements from works including Mozart’s sublime Piano Trio in E Major K. 542, the ultimate romantic, Johannes Brahms’ C Major Trio and Schubert’s spirited and dramatic second Piano Trio in E-flat. This event is made possible through the support of The Stires-Stark Family Foundation. Please join us for this intimate stage concert — Seating is limited to 100 seats.
Bruce Cockburn has enjoyed an illustrious career shaped by politics, spirituality, and musical diversity. His remarkable journey has seen him embrace folk, jazz, rock, and worldbeat styles while travelling to such far-flung places as Guatemala, Mali, Mozambique, and Nepal, and writing memorable songs about his everexpanding world of wonders. “My job,” he explains, “is to try and trap the spirit of things in the scratches of pen on paper and the pulling of notes out of metal.” Don’t miss one of Canada’s finest artists performing in Stowe.