What’s New at the BMC?
Kids Can ‘Spring’ Into the Magic of Music & Movement – With the First Class Free!
Spring has finally sprung (we hope!), and our popular Movin’ Into Music program welcomes winter-weary kids eager to sing, dance, skip and hop– and the first class is free! Geared toward children ages 1 to 5 and their parents or caregivers, the program offers fun and original music classes that include singing, dancing, storytelling, and playing musical games. Siblings and drop-ins are welcome, and the program is ongoing, so registrations are accepted at any time.
Sessions are held Fridays from 10 to 10:45 am at the BMC, with a new class set for April 27 to June 8, but your child can join at any time. Contact us for more info.
Big Woods Voices Featured in April 26 Benefit Concert
Big Woods Voices, which feature four veteran area singers celebrating their common passion for a cappella harmony, will headline a concert benefiting the BMC Thursday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m. at the BMC Auditorium.
The group includes Alan Blood, long-time member of area groups including the Blanche Moyse Chorale, I Cantori, Blue Moon and House Blend; Will Danforth, singer-songwriter, traditional acoustic artist, and the group’s arranger/composer; Becky Graber, leader of the Brattleboro Women’s Chorus and Animaterra Women’s Chorus in Keene; and Amanda Witman, founder and co-leader of the Brattleboro Pub Sing with Tony Barrand.
Faculty Duo Recital Features Music by Beethoven, Thuilles and Mendelssohn
The BMC presents a Faculty Duo Recital with cellist Paul Cohen and pianist Nicholas Burns. The concert – set Sunday, April 29 at 4pm at the BMC Auditorium – will feature Beethoven’s Sonata in F Major for Piano and Cello, Op 5, No.1; Thuille’s Sonata in D Minor for Cello and Piano, Op. 22; and Mendelssohn’s Sonata #2 in D Major for Piano and Cello, Op 58.
Tickets are $30 for patrons, $20 general admission, and $10 for students, with BMC students under 18 admitted free.
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Funded in part by the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts