Avery Book continues the 6-week World Music Youth Choir next Thursday, supported by Young Tradition Vermont. The group started on January 5th. Contact Avery at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or ask about joining in mid-term. If there is enough interest and support, the choir hopes to continue beyond the initial 6 weeks.
“It’s one of the most astonishing sounds a human body can produce,” gushed the Washington Post. ALASH, three throat singers from the remote Republic of Tuva, will be touring in the U.S. this winter, and they just so happen to be performing at New City Galerie in Burlington on January 24th starting at 7pm. Don’t […]
My childhood memories are patchy, but I do remember trying to harmonize with my sister sitting in a sandbox when I was around six. I was fortunate to have grown up in a musical household. My grandfather and great-uncle loved to sing and passed their passion on to my dad. My mother loved to sing […]
The Starry Mountain Singers will be performing this Friday, with an opening set by The Solitary Souls. The concert is a co-presentation of the Starry Mountain Singers and Young Tradition Vermont. Starts at 7:30pm at the College Street Congregational Church at 265 College Street in Burlington.
The Solitary Souls will be opening for the Starry Mountain Singers this Friday, May 15 at 7:30 pm at College Street Congregational Church. The Solitary Souls are Leonore Tjia, Lily Jacobson and Sophia Donforth. All three have sung in a number of ensembles, and enjoy both arranging traditional songs and writing their own compositions. Their […]
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