These classes are open to the college community. PE credit is available with attendance at a minimum of eight classes. Register at the first class.
In this Independent Study presentation, junior and piano student David Holter '11 shares some ideas on musicians' well-being and the mental, emotional, and physical aspects of developing a sound technique.
This new exhibition at the Middlebury College Museum of Art includes nearly 30 works representing the wide-ranging interests of American artists working in urban and rural areas before 1900.
Studio Art students return from a trip to the Trinchero Ranch in Fort Garland, Colorado to display their new works, working with nature as source and subject matter.
In this acclaimed film, Wendy (Michelle Williams), a young woman bound for Alaska with hopes for a lucrative fishing industry job, finds herself stranded in a dreary Oregon town when her car breaks down her dog Lucy goes missing.
Celebrated young cellist Sophie Shao returns to Middlebury with violinist Carmit Zori, violist Eric Nowlin, and pianist Pei-Yao Wang to play works by Schumann, Mendelssohn, and Fauré.