LCCMF News

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 [...]

12 02, 2019

TURNmusic February 2019

By |2020-02-24T16:54:33-05:00February 12th, 2019|Collaborting Partners|Comments Off on TURNmusic February 2019

TURNmusic Presents 21st Century Works February 14 and 15 Anne Decker, Artistic Director of TURNmusic (Photograph by Jeb Wallace Brodeur) This week, Anne Decker's TURNmusic is the ensemble-in-residence for Young Lions, a program curated by Matthew Evan Taylor, a composer at Middlebury College, featuring music by Dorothy Hindman, Valerie Coleman-Page, Gabriela Lena Frank, and Taylor himself. Two performances are scheduled: Thursday, 2/14/19, at 8pm at FlynnSpace, and Friday, 2/15/19, at 7:30pm at the Mahaney Arts Center at Middlebury College. New Century New Voices is [...]

12 02, 2019

LCCMF News Marilyn Gillis

By |2020-02-24T16:52:21-05:00February 12th, 2019|SUMMER FESTIVAL NEWS|Comments Off on LCCMF News Marilyn Gillis

BURLINGTON ARTIST MARILYN GILLIS IS LCCMF'S 2019 COLLABORATING ARTIST Fault Lines 3, Marilyn Gillis 2012 Marilyn Gillis, a Burlington fabric and graphics artist, has very generously loaned us Fault Lines 3. This wonderful work will form the basis of our marketing "look" for the 2019 season. You'll see excerpts, clips, colors and the full work on our website, in our season brochure, our program book and posters. We are very grateful to Marilyn for this gift. The work was created in 2012. [...]

12 02, 2019

BCO Performs LCCMF Commissioned Work by Alistair Coleman

By |2020-02-24T16:57:46-05:00February 12th, 2019|YOUNG COMPOSERS|Comments Off on BCO Performs LCCMF Commissioned Work by Alistair Coleman

LCCMF COMMISSIONS ALISTAIR COLEMAN: MICRO-CONCERTO FOR SOOVIN KIM AND BCO Alistair Coleman and Soovin Kim with members of the BCO. As part of our 10th anniversary, we celebrated our Young Composers Seminar by commissioning 3 alums of the program to write concert pieces. Alistair Coleman, a student at Juilliard, wrote a micro-concerto for LCCMF Co-Artistic Director Soovin Kim and the Burlington Chamber Orchestra, which received its world premiere at the BCO concert on Saturday February 2, at the UVM Recital Hall. The [...]

12 02, 2019

ONE Strings at Sustainability Academy

By |2020-02-24T16:59:03-05:00February 12th, 2019|ONE STRINGS|Comments Off on ONE Strings at Sustainability Academy

NEW LCCMF PROGRAM AT SUSTAINABILITY ACADEMY IN BURLINGTON, EXPANDING ONE STRINGS Sustainability Academy @ Barnes School in Burlington VT's Old North End The Sustainability Academy - SA - (formerly Barnes School) in Burlington's Old North End is participating in LCCMF ONE Strings Program for the first time. Starting February 7 all 3rd and 4th graders will study violin. Each class meets for 8 weeks, twice a week for 30 minutes, under teacher Rachel Keyser. The classroom teachers expressed strong interest in starting [...]

11 10, 2018

Nick DiBerardino at IAA

By |2020-02-24T17:32:15-05:00October 11th, 2018|YOUNG COMPOSERS|Comments Off on Nick DiBerardino at IAA

Composer Nick DiBerardino Workshop at IAA Nick with Mr. Whitman's 5th graders. At the Integrated Arts Academy on Monday morning, composer Nick DiBerardino introduced the artist Kandinsky, William Kraft, the composer of Kandinsky Variations, and the concept of graphic notation. He worked with eac h of the 5th grade classes, students who have been in LCCMF's ONE Strings program studying violin since the 3rd grad Kraft's score (see photo) says that "RED indicates bright colors," "BLUE indicates midrange (warm or cool)," and "BLACK [...]

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