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ART NOTES

For most musicians, taking your act on the road is part of the deal. Some take it more seriously than others.The Rough & Tumble, the Americana...

Given the number of prominent artists and writers in Vermont, winning a statewide award in the arts is no small thing.Newbury poet Sydney Lea didn...

WINDSOR — What Doth Life, the collective of musicians that orbits Windsor, held its first music festival a couple of years ago. There were bands...

There are a lot of ways to experience live music in the Upper Valley.The big fish, such as the Hop’s Spaulding Auditorium and the opera houses in...

A pastiche is a work made in a style that’s gone before, even the style of a particular writer or artist, a kind of homage.In conversations about...

The New World Festival, which brings some of the finest Irish, Scottish and French-Canadian traditional musicians to Randolph on Sunday, has had a...

Compared with last fall, when the performing arts were almost entirely online, the schedule in front of Upper Valley audiences is live and in...

WHITE RIVER JUNCTION — Back in March, not everyone associated with Northern Stage thought it was possible to turn a dusty quadrangle behind its...

Last summer, a few performing arts organizations were able to present concerts and events outdoors.As director of Lebanon Opera House, Joe Clifford...

When it opened in January 2020, the Hood Museum of Art’s exhibition of Colleen Randall’s abstract paintings was supposed to run for five months...

Walking up onto a rise next to King Arthur Baking’s café, Jarvis Green laid out a vision for what’s going to happen there next month.Turning toward...

CORNISH — On an overcast Tuesday afternoon, the view of Mount Ascutney from Blow-Me-Down Farm was obscured by heavy clouds.A field planted in corn...

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