Music School Concerts
This calendar includes benefit concerts by visiting artists, Faculty Concerts, and Student Concerts.
Faculty Concerts: Each season our community is given a unique glimpse into the wealth of talent and experience present at the Music School. Faculty members perform solo recitals and collaborate to present a wide variety of programs. Music School students under 18 are invited as our guests to all faculty concerts.
Student Concerts: In addition to regularly scheduled small and informal student recitals, the Music School holds several more larger concerts during the year including two student ensemble concerts and our annual spring day-long showcase. The ensemble concerts involve all three student string orchestras as well as our Music in the Schools students. The spring showcase includes students from across the spectrum of instruments and experience levels.
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A Program of Art Song: Jennifer Hansen and Junko Wattanabee with pianist Evelyn Zuckerman Luscious Lieder and Melodie by beloved German and French romantic composers including Berlioz, Fauré, Chausson, Strauss and Schumann.Find out more »
Moby Pearson (violinist, ensemble coach, and Senior Orchestra conductor) invites you into his home to listen to a vast swath of musical treats from his extensive collection of recordings and perhaps pick up a few new musical perspectives along the way. This session: A sampling of Wolfgang's compositions which transcend all his others --- the string quintets, the piano concertos, and his late operas.Find out more »
On Tuesday, December 19, at 7 pm, don't miss the seasonal favorite showcase of BMC student string ensembles! All levels of student groups will perform, including the Tiger beginning ensemble class, the Music in the Schools first and second year students, and the BMC Youth string ensemble. Music by the youth ensembles, conducted by Heather Sommerlad, will include pieces by longtime BMC teacher David Tasgal, an original piece written by the students, and works by Thomas Tallis (Archbishop Parker's Psalter Tune…Find out more »
Flute Music by French Composers: Karen Kevra, flute, and Jeffrey Chappell, piano This concert is a tribute to Louis Moyse, co-founder of the Marlboro Music Festival and longtime Marlboro College faculty member. Moyse was also a member of the successful Moyse Trio, in which his father, Marcel, played flute, Louis the piano, and Blanche Honegger Moyse the violin. The evening features Louis’ leading protegé, Vermonter and Grammy-nominated flutist Karen Kevra, along with her longtime collaborator, Washington, D.C. pianist Jeffrey Chappell.…Find out more »
Sunday March 25 <!-- var IE9 = true; var IE8 = true; A native of Seoul, Korea, Shin received bachelor's and master's degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music, where she also taught in the preparatory division. A former teacher at the Preparatory Division of the New England Conservatory and at Keene State College, Chonghyo now teaches at Amherst College and the BMC Music School. She has been a soloist with the Boston Pops, the Pioneer Valley Symphony, the…Find out more »
The BMC is proud to present a Faculty Recital Sunday, April 29 at 4pm at the BMC Auditorium. Cellist Paul Cohen and pianist Nicholas Burns will play 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 in D Major, Op. 58. Tickets for the concert – set Sunday, April 29 at 4pm at the BMC Auditorium – are $30 for patrons, $20 general admission, and…Find out more »
Elementary Music In Schools Strings begins!Find out more »
The Brattleboro Music Center invites all comers to join director Susan Dedell and participants of Singing Strong in a special holiday session of the popular singing program. Join us for an hour of pure fun on Tuesday, December 11, from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. as we explore a selection of seasonal songs from a variety of traditions and eras. Singing Strong is for those who love to sing, but not necessarily perform. Led by the talented Susan Dedell at the…Find out more »
The Brattleboro Music Center’s Music School presents its annual Winter Orchestras Concert Tuesday, Dec. 11. The concert, set for 7 p.m. at the BMC, will include performances by the Music in the Schools Strings students, the Tigers beginning class, the Adult Beginner class, the "String Beings" adult strings class, and the Youth String Ensemble. The program will wrap up with the BMC Music School String Orchestra playing selections from the Telemann’s Overture from Suite in A minor for Recorder and…Find out more »
The Brattleboro Music Center’s Music School Community Open House is set for Friday, Dec. 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. at the BMC. Join faculty, staff, trustees, students and members of the BMC Music School community in a celebration of the season. All ages are welcome to participate in tree and cookie decorating activities. A variety of finger foods (sweets and savories) will be accompanied by mulled cider, winter punch and musical and story-telling interludes. For more information, contact the…Find out more »
The Brattleboro Music Center Music School is planning a Spring Celebration Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5. A planned faculty recital is a benefit for the Music School Scholarship fund and the Brattleboro Union High School Music Department. On Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the BMC will host student recitals throughout the day. The center is located at 72 Blanche Moyse Way, and all are welcome to stop by to enjoy musical selections performed by talented Music…Find out more »
BMC Music School Spring Celebration Includes Faculty Recital The Brattleboro Music Center Music School is planning a Spring Celebration Saturday and Sunday, May 4-5. A planned faculty recital May 5 is a benefit for the Music School Scholarship fund and the Brattleboro Union High School Music Department. On Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., the BMC will host student recitals throughout the day. The center is located at 72 Blanche Moyse Way, and all are welcome to…Find out more »