May 28, 2021

28 05, 2021

LCCMF Names Robert Whipple as New Executive Director

By |2021-05-28T07:09:23-04:00May 28th, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on LCCMF Names Robert Whipple as New Executive Director

Robert Whipple Robert Whipple has been named Executive Director of the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival effective July 1, Arnie Malina, President of the Festival board, announced today. Whipple’s broad background includes artistic leadership experience with both Chamber Music Northwest and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and a role in program development with OPERA America. "I am honored to have been selected for this enviable position with such an incredible and unique organization!” says Whipple. “It will be my privilege to [...]

3 04, 2021

Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival Seeks New Executive Director

By |2021-04-03T07:16:12-04:00April 3rd, 2021|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival Seeks New Executive Director

We are launching our search today for a new Executive Director. Our current Executive Director, Jody Woos, is leaving the Festival in order to pursue new opportunities. Jody took on the leadership of the organization in June 2013. She has contributed enormously to the success of the Festival and to its dramatic expansion of programming since 2013. We would like to thank Jody for all that she has done to build the organization, and wish her the very best in all of her future endeavors. Jody [...]

14 12, 2020

Music 101 with David Serkin Ludwig

By |2021-02-18T11:24:25-05:00December 14th, 2020|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Music 101 with David Serkin Ludwig

LCCMF Resident Composer to Teach a 4-part Class Starting in January In this 4-part series, David Serkin Ludwig, composer and educator, takes us on an interactive tour of music from the inside out.  He's titled this series Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Music But Were Afraid to Ask, hoping to attract a range of people, from whose with lots of knowledge about music to novices. In his inimitable fashion, David will teach the basics with astounding musical examples as well as snippets from history, [...]

21 08, 2020

2020 Mini-Festival: LAGNIAPPE

By |2020-08-21T13:22:40-04:00August 21st, 2020|Uncategorized|Comments Off on 2020 Mini-Festival: LAGNIAPPE

Although we had to postpone our 2020 festival, we have planned a wonderful series of events to enjoy together -- our 2020 LCCMF Lagniappe! A lagniappe is a small bonus gift - in this case the gift of being able to enjoy music together on Zoom and Vermont Public Radio even though we are at home. Lagniappe will consist of a special appearance by acclaimed flautist Eugenia Zukerman on Sat., 8.22 at 2:00 PM; five one-hour-long radio shows on VPR of memorable LCCMF performances from our first eleven years, [...]

24 07, 2020

2020 Festival Postponed until 2021

By |2020-07-24T13:33:42-04:00July 24th, 2020|Uncategorized|Comments Off on 2020 Festival Postponed until 2021

2020 Festival: EPIPHANIES GLORIA CHIEN AND SOOVIN KIM, ARTISTIC DIRECTORS DAVID SERKIN LUDWIG, RESIDENT COMPOSER We deeply regret that we must postpone the Epiphanies 2020 Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival that we had planned for August. Practical and ethical considerations make it clear that we will not be able to be together in Vermont this summer. Your health and safety, and that of our musicians, volunteers, staff, and community, are just too important to risk. The dates for our 2021 festival are Saturday, August 21- Sunday, August 29. The [...]

5 06, 2020

A Message to Our Community

By |2020-06-17T15:43:29-04:00June 5th, 2020|Uncategorized|Comments Off on A Message to Our Community

The Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival stands in support of our friends and colleagues in communities of color. Like so many of you, we are heartbroken and outraged at the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police officers sworn to protect him. Repeated acts of police brutality, and the attempts to suppress peaceful protests across our country, are part of a deeply-embedded, centuries-long tradition of racial injustice, violence and oppression of people of color. Arts organizations have a deep responsibility in the present [...]

29 03, 2020

ART IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

By |2020-03-29T14:54:13-04:00March 29th, 2020|SUMMER FESTIVAL NEWS, Uncategorized|Comments Off on ART IN THE TIME OF COVID-19

A letter from Karen Mittelman, ED of the Vermont Arts Council, and Jody Fried, Chair of the Vermont Creative Network, March 2020 Across the nation, theaters and museums are going dark in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Arts organizations are closing to protect the health and welfare of their communities, often at the expense of their own financial security. In Vermont, the list of cancelled concerts, festivals, workshops, classes, and other public events grows by the hour. The long-term economic impact of those cancellations [...]

23 02, 2020

2020 Festival Performers Announcement

By |2020-03-03T10:45:27-05:00February 23rd, 2020|SUMMER FESTIVAL NEWS|Comments Off on 2020 Festival Performers Announcement

We're thrilled to welcome back some of our LCCMF friends returning to perform in August, as well as many performers who will be new to our audience. Our first guest speaker is the remarkable Eugenia Zukerman who will be talking about her music and her Alzheimer's disease. She will read excerpts from her book, Like Falling Through a Cloud, and will be joined for this event by her daughter, soprano Arianna Zukerman. That same afternoon, we welcome psychiatrist and concert pianist Dr. Richard Kogan who [...]

10 04, 2019

Creative Expression through Music

By |2020-02-24T16:55:43-05:00April 10th, 2019|YOUNG COMPOSERS|Comments Off on Creative Expression through Music

LCCMF BRINGS MUSIC-MEMORY WORKSHOP TO SENIORS THIS WEEK Composers Nick DiBerardino and TJ Cole This year, Nick DiBerardio has been a Community Artist Fellow at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. One of Nick’s projects is Creative Expression through Music, a program for people with cognitive impairments, from mild decline to Alzheimer’s disease. Working with the Penn Memory Center and two Penn graduate students, Nick designed a series of workshops, creating a curriculum that targets anxiety, depression, and other mood concerns. Nick is [...]

25 02, 2019

A Musical Zoo in the Flynn Lobby!

By |2020-02-24T16:51:20-05:00February 25th, 2019|Family Events|Comments Off on A Musical Zoo in the Flynn Lobby!

LCCMF Collaborates with the Flynn Center in Their New Series for Families Family Event in the Flynn Lobby "Let's do more programming for children that involves classical music!" This idea has been floating around LCCMF planning discussions for a while. At the 2018 summer festival, we had two events for children: an interactive concert by our young resident ensemble, the Kafka Quartet, and an instrument petting zoo, on loan to us by the Vermont Symphony. Both were wonderfully successful and inspired us [...]

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