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What’s New at the BMC?

In Stile Moderno is in the Mood for Love February 16
In Stile Moderno presents The Lily and the Rose: France and England Entwined, at the BMC Saturday, February 16, at 7:30 p.m,  This intimate program for voice and lute features songs of love and loss from both sides of the English Channel. Presented with historical pronunciation of French and English and with the group’s signature engaging style, the songs range from bawdy to sublime and from lighthearted to dramatic.
Boston-based ensemble In Stile Moderno is dedicated to music of the 17th century, and combines fidelity to historical performance practice with a drive to make early music accessible and relevant to modern audiences. Founded by Brattleboro native Nathaniel Cox and British-American soprano Agnes Coakley, the ensemble has gained a reputation for engaging performances and musicianship on the highest level.
Chamber Series Features the Escher Quartet February 21
You’ll fall head-over-heels for our upcoming Chamber Series concert Thursday, February 21, with the Escher Quartet, an American string quartet based in New York City, where they serve as Artists of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. The concert is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the BMC. Tickets are $40 for preferred seating, $20 general admission.
The Escher String Quartet — Adam Barnett-Hart and Danbi Um on violin, Pierre Lapointe on viola, and Brook Speltz on cello — has received acclaim for its expressive, nuanced performances that combine unusual textural clarity with a rich, blended sound. It takes its name from Dutch graphic artist M.C. Escher, inspired by Escher’s method of interplay between individual components working together to form a whole.



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Funded in part by the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts

  • BMC Bravo SocietyThe Brattleboro Music Center relies on volunteers in the community who give generously of their time. We are pleased to honor the following for their help in August through October, 2018:
    Ella Aquadro, Diana Bander, Gussie Bartlett, Mara Berkley. Tim Callahan. Brian Cohen. Walter Cramer, Judy Fink, Bruce Frank, Karen Frank, Rob Freeberg, Fiona Goodman, Virginia Goodman, Eva Greene, Bill Gottesman, Lerna Gottesman, Freddie Hart, Lynn Herzog, Gail Kennedy-Haines, Melanie Kent, Meg Lyons, Joe Madison, Sheila Magnuson, Cecil Maxfield, Robert Naess, Antje Ruppert, Alison Schantz, Larry Siegel, Takaka Ueda, Zola von Krusenstiern and Windham Orchestra Members.

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