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Northern Roots Presents Noctambule May 31
Tickets sales are limited for a special event featuring traditional musicians Marla Fibish and Bruce Victor, performing as Noctambule.
Northern Roots Presents: Noctambule is scheduled for Thursday, May 31, at 7 pm, at the BMC. Tickets are $15, available by contacting the BMC at (802) 257-4523, or online.
Northern Roots Presents, an outgrowth of the Northern Roots Traditional Music Festival, will offer a series of small “house” concerts featuring visiting traditional musicians primarily from North America and the United Kingdom. The first of this series, Noctambule, will feature traditional and original music in a variety of forms – compelling musical settings of a broad array of poetry, original instrumental pieces, and traditional Irish tunes and songs. Fibish and Victor’s unique collaboration brings out qualities in both of these seasoned musicians; their music is rendered with lush beauty, sensitivity and humor on an unusual array of strings — various guitars in varied tunings, mandola, mandolin, cittern, tenor guitar — and their blended voices.
POPS for Pops: Windham Orchestra Offers a Father’s Day Music Fair
Join the Windham Orchestra for a “POPS for Pops” concert at the BMC on Father’s Day, Sunday June 17, from 3 to 6pm.
This family-friendly event will include a Dixieland band and BMC students, teachers and ensembles showcasing their extraordinary talents, and a fun, lighthearted concert starting at 5 pm featuring the Windham Orchestra, with a group of violinists young and old joining in.
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