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Welcoming Back Live Audiences

Read Middlebury’s current policies regarding COVID-19>>

Current guidelines allow for visitors to attend many events and programs. Our campus is mask friendly and mask optional. Should event circumstances change, we will contact ticket holders and post updates via ArtsMail and our website.

Please note: some events may have different requirements; please consult the listings in our events calendar.

Buy Tickets for Upcoming Performances

The Performing Arts Series’ 2022–2023 season is a dynamic line-up that continues our mission to highlight new and diverse programming across performing arts disciplines. Our 103rd season also examines exciting themes: the conclusion of our “year of the cello” celebrating the centennial of Pablo Casals’ 1922 performance on our series; music in honor of composer Sergei Rachmaninoff’s 150th birthday; and an exploration of healing and technology’s intersection with the arts. 

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Thank you and we’re looking forward to being all together!


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    Abdullah Ibrahim and Ekaya

    Legendary jazz pianist Abdullah Ibrahim last performed at Middlebury 30 years ago, mere days before the opening of the now Mahaney Arts Center.  This time he’ll grace our Robison Hall stage with his band Ekaya, which means “home”—during a weekend that celebrates both South African Freedom Day and International Jazz Day.

    Mahaney Arts Center, Olin C. Robison Concert Hall

    Open to the Public

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