Tyranny and Hope
A series of events featuring silenced Russian artists of the Stalinist era
with Special Guest M. T. Anderson
Saturday, May 13, 2017, 7:30 PM
Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick Street in Greensboro
Sunday, May 14, 2017, 3PM
First Baptist Church, 81 St. Paul Street in Burlington
For our spring pre-season concert this year Tobin Anderson is partnering with us to curate a concert of the forgotten music of Stalinist Russia. In addition many area libraries will be individually hosting book clubs in the months leading up to our concert. And Tobin Anderson will appear reading from his book in separate gatherings in both the Northeast Kingdom and the Greater Burlington area. We invite you to join us for any or all of the events delving more deeply into this history.
There is no admission charge for these concerts but donations to support our concert series will be gratefully received.
Featuring Danny Cohn and the Starline Rhythm Boys
Saturday, May 20, 6 – 10pm
Rowell’s Barn, East Craftsbury
Live band, silent auction, food trucks, artisan beer tent, fun!
Suggested donation: $10, (ages 12 and under free)
For more information call 586-9683
The Roaring Twenties
Featuring Saxophonist Extraordinaire CHAD SMITH, harpist Lynette Wardle, pianist Dalton Ridenhour, and friends
Sunday, July 9, 7pm
on Craftsbury Common
rain site: Craftsbury Academy Gym
An evening of Ragtime and Hot Jazz hits for this concert culled from Chad Smith’s unique multi-media theatrical concert experience SAX-O-PHILM. He will be joined by his wife, harpist Lynette Wardle, pianist Dalton Ridenhour, and special guests. Come picnic, come dance, come ready to swing!
Free to the public, but donations to support the Craftsbury Chamber Players concerts will be gratefully accepted