Lissa Schneckenburger is a Brattleboro fiddler and singer-songwriter we have praised in music reviews before. She has taken her own experiences as a foster and adoptive parent and produced a 10-song album, “Thunder in My Arms,” that explores the emotions of children, birth mothers, adoptive and foster parents in a powerful CD.

Just 23, Tash Sultana is a fast-rising Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist — and quite possibly the youngest artist ever to headline a Shelburne Museum show — who is making a DIY name for herself as a one-person powerhouse known for her explosive live shows.

Bright yellow signs compete with a multitude of greens along Vermont’s roads, enticing visitors to the studios of craftspeople and other artists across Vermont during the 2019 Spring Open Studio Weekend taking place over Saturday and Sunday, May 25 and 26, Memorial Day Weekend.

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When Brandon’s Barn Opera produced Mozart’s “Cosi fan tutte” last year, Artistic Director Joshua Collier wasn’t happy with the blatant misogyny he perceived, so he rewrote the libretto, but without touching a note of the glorious music. This year, he finds himself in a similar spot, but with…

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DUXBURY – It got pretty raucous, exciting even, when two northern Vermont choruses joined together in one of the most sensual of choral works. The enthusiasm of the performers was matched only by that of the audience Sunday at Harwood Union High School auditorium. (The program was also prese…

MONTREAL — Don José ditches the passionate Micaela for the reserved and misunderstood Carmen. Finally, when Carmen won’t give in to his unreasonable demands, he kills her.

“Awakenings: Current Work by Kate Longmaid and Tom Merwin” opened this week in the Contemporary Gallery of the T.W. Wood Gallery with more than a dozen of Longmaid’s “Flower Series” oil paintings on birch panels, and a selection of Merwin’s bold oil paintings on canvas.

In a rare mid-week concert the father and son duo, Ken and Brad Kolodner, will be joined by Rachel Eddy in a trio appearance that features superb musicians performing in a cozy house concert setting.

The world’s biggest jazz festival announced the indoor lineup for its 40th anniversary edition last week, and tickets are now on sale for some 150 concerts at a variety of venues in Montreal’s vibrant downtown core.

Artist Amanda Amend wowed judges at the Compass Music and Arts Center when she was recognized as one of three artists to receive awards for their work in the “Barn Art” exhibit early last year.

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Perry Automobile dealership, Senator Jeffords’ office, private residence, performance space, and quietly vacant landmark, the iconic brick building at 58 State St. in Montpelier has had an eclectic past. Now, just over a century old, it is about to begin a new chapter. On Friday, The Garage …

Brothers Willy and Dan Lindner have been playing music together their entire lives, but they’ve never done the kind of show they’re about to do at 4 p.m. Sunday at Stage 33 Live in Bellows Falls.

Carl Orff’s ever-popular “Carmina Burana,” based in earthy Medieval texts, explores a wide range of topics, as contemporary now as they were in the 13th century: fortune and wealth, insecurity of life, pleasures and perils of drinking, gluttony, gambling, and lust — and, of course, the joy o…

Twenty years ago a vacant storefront on Route 7 that was being used for storage caught the eye of renowned folk artist Warren Kimble. It was owned by a local bank, which agreed to hang art in its windows when Kimble proposed the idea. He didn’t know it at the time, but Brandon Artists Guild …

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“The Dialects of Line, Color and Texture: A Visual Discussion with Elizabeth Billings, Frank Woods and Elizabeth Fram,” an exhibition of two and three-dimensional art by these three Vermont artists, opened this week the Gallery at the Highland Center for the Arts. The show includes more than a dozen works by Fram and Woods each, and two installations by Billings.