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Though our in-person events are suspended for now, we’ve taken to the web to provide exclusive performances for you to enjoy from home.

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More Events

Check back here for upcoming events as they go live, or follow these links directly:

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, Saturday, October 31 at 6:00 PM EDT. Learn more and register>>

Gil Kalish, Piano, Friday, November 6 at 7:30 PM ET. Learn more and register>>

Learn about all the Hirschfield International Film Series’ virtual screenings here>>

Latest Events

Alessio Bax & Lucille Chung, Piano

Partners in marriage and in music, this couple treats us to a concert of Mozart and Bartok. Register for the live event>>

Cocoon

A live storytelling event inspired by The Moth. Please enjoy this encore presentation, recorded live at Robison Hall on October 10, 2020.

Belcea Quartet

A highly recommended 2011 recording of the Molto adagio – Andante from Beethoven’s Op. 132.

Aaron Diehl Trio

A lively concert of jazz tunes by a young talent with an affinity for early jazz and a vision for the genre’s future.

Balla Kouyate and World Vision

Mali-born balafon virtuoso leads his band in a joyful concert of African music.

Lysander Piano Trio

Silenced Voices: Music by European Composers Displaced by World War II.

Cyrus Chestnut, Su Lian Tan, Mark Christensen, and Keith Watts ‘01

An evening of improvisation, creativity, and musical partnership.

California Guitar Trio

Listen as these string masters spin Bach into something altogether new.

Sophie Shao and Friends

A recording of a beautiful Beethoven string trios from our concert archives.

Heath at Home - May 8, 2020

Additional Beethoven encore presentations plus Adès Arcadiana by our quartet-in-residence

Julius Caesar

Shakespeare’s tragedy about power and politics, performed by a virtually all-female cast of Middlebury students.

Heath at Home - May 2, 2020

Listen to the Heath Quartet perform Beethoven string quartets, recorded live in Robison Hall.

Support the Performing Arts

Thank you for visiting our Digital Stages! Though we are committed to presenting the fall 2020 season free of charge, we welcome you to support the Arts at Middlebury. Your donation will help us continue with programs like these, and will help us secure the future of the performing arts at Middlebury.

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