From Ireland’s national theatre comes an original, gripping drama from playwright and director Mark O’Rowe. In Terminus, a young woman looking for love, a mother seeking atonement, and a serial killer are all ripped from their daily lives and thrown into a fantastical world.
Acclaimed young cellist Sophie Shao returns to Middlebury with violinist Carmit Zori and pianist Shai Wosner to perform a vivid piano trio program featuring works by Schubert, Ravel, and Brahms.
Curtis Institute of Music graduate Nathan Laube rings in the 40th anniversary of Mead Chapel’s magnificent Gress-Miles Organ. Concertgoers can also enjoy a behind-the-scenes organ tour led by Emory Fanning.
Widely celebrated for his considered and profound interpretations of the classical repertoire, Paul Lewis is recognized internationally as one of today’s most distinctive and poetic pianists. He is a favorite artist of Middlebury audiences.
The 2011 Dance Company of Middlebury presents “Culture, Cash, and Community: To Have or Have Not,” on January 21 and 22 at the Mahaney Center for the Arts. The Company will then head out on tour to New Orleans.
Multiple award-winning Armenian pianist Nareh Arghamanyan graces the Concert Hall stage on January 21, performing works by Rameau, Brahms, Rachmaninoff, and Liszt.
Dael Orlandersmith is a nationally-renowned poet, actor, and playwright whose play Yellowman was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Drama. As part of her Winter Term residency at Middlebury, she offers a staged reading of two short scripts on Thursday, January 13: Rave and Man of Water.
Vermont cartoonist Tim Newcomb helps tell the story of a Middlebury student whose vision for a giant mural on the back of Wright Memorial Theatre came to life this fall.
Fanning fêtes 40 years of performing professionally with a free concert with the Jupiter String Quartet and Cellist Dieuwke Davydov on Friday, November 12 in Mead Chapel.
In conjunction with the Department of Theatre and Dance's upcoming production of Hecuba, the Department of Classics hosts a symposium October 29–30 centering on Euripides' gripping tragedy.
Saturday, Oct. 16: The Friends of the Arts Museum (FOAM) celebrate 40 years of membership and support with a festive gala night on October 16, 2011. Highlights of the night: the Jubilee Jazz Band, a delicious buffet, voting on a new work of art, and a groovy 70s dance party!
Saturday, 10/9/10: Filmmaker, former Fulbright Scholar, and Middlebury honorary degree recipient Ngawang Choephel introduces his award-winning documentary and recounts his creative journey that began in 1995, before he was imprisoned for seven years by the Chinese government on an accusation of espionage.
First-year students enjoyed an Evening at the Mahaney Center for the Arts on September 3, during Orientation Week. Festive food, jazz music, an old-time photo booth, museum exhibitions, dancing, and even a flashmob performance by Big Action Performance Ensemble made the night a smash!