Summer in Middlebury.

We invite alumni and friends of the Language Schools to join us for a virtual webinar or in-person event.

Additional events and Zoom/location updates will be added throughout the summer. All events are in English unless specified. Contact with questions.



Portuguese Community Conversation Series: Tudo Bem  

2:30-3:30 p.m. EDT

The Portuguese School will be connecting with Entre Elas members and Cinema Nosso students. If you are interested in joining these weekly conversation sessions, please email the project coordinator, Rodrigo Franco, at Sessions will be in Portuguese.


War: A Personal View  

4:15-5:15 p.m. EDT

Konstantin Homon is a film and television cinematographer and photographer from Kyiv, Ukraine. Since the beginning of the war against Ukraine, Homon has been working on several documentaries: about the army, about destruction, about people during wartime. This is his first experience filming war and its consequences; in this lecture he will share his experience. This lecture will be given in Russian without translation or subtitles.


Making Drill and Practice Engaging and Fun  

7:30–9:00 p.m. EDT

In collaboration with the American Association of Teachers of Arabic (AATA), the Middlebury Arabic School will host Professor Mohammad Alhawary, the Executive Director of AATA. To join virtually, register at


Lecture by Professor Linda White  

11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. EDT

Join the School of Japanese and Linda White, Associate Professor and Chair of Japanese Studies at Middlebury College, on Zoom.


Final Presentations  

1:30-2:30 p.m. EDT

Students will share final projects, and visitors can tour the school and see drums, rattles, baskets and other projects from the 2-week School of Abenaki. Event is located at Brackett House on the Middlebury College campus.


Malinsky Memorial series performance by musician Yasmin Tal  

7:30-9:00 p.m. EDT

Please join the School of Hebrew in-person at the Middlebury Mahaney Arts Center (MAC) or live-streamed.


Gayageum Ensemble Concert  

4:30-6:00 p.m. EDT

Join the School of Korean in the Mahaney Arts Center (MAC) for the Gayageum Ensemble Concert, a Korean traditional string ensemble performance by Chunhogarang mens’ Gayageum Ensemble in Korea.


Annual Classical Concert  

8:00-9:15 p.m. EDT

Please join the School of French at the Middlebury Mahaney Arts Center (MAC) for their annual classical concert featuring amateur and professional musicians and directed by School music director, Clementine Dubost. A reception will be held for the artists and audience in the lower lobby following the performance.


Tyler Rasch, TV personality in Korea  

7:30-9:00 p.m. EDT

Mr. Tyler Rasch is a well known for his impeccable Korean language skills. Please contact for the zoom link. 


Bossa Nova com amor: Encontros e despedidas with Stacey Kent and Jim Tomlinson  

4:00 p.m. EDT

The Portuguese School is thrilled to invite you to a live concert in Bennington, Vermont. The concert will be at Bennington College in Martha Hill Theater. For more information, please email Portuguese School Director, Luci Moreira, at


Lecture by Wakako Kaku  

11:20 a.m.-12:20 p.m. EDT

Join the School of Japanese on Zoom for a lecture by Wakako Kaku, poet who wrote the lyrics to the theme song of movie, “Spirited Away” and author of our School of Japanese anthem. For more information, please email


German for Singers Opera  

8:30 p.m. EDT

Please join the German for Singer’s Program at Seeler Theater in Mahaney Arts Center (MAC) or live-streamed for Joseph Haydn’s hilarious “Die Welt auf dem Monde” (The World on the Moon).

First performed in 1777, this opera could as well have been written about our days—the rich aristocrat Bonafede dreams about flying to the moon. Taken to a lunar universe by his daughter’s clever suitor, Bonafede is made to accept all kinds of arrangements that he would never agree to on earth. But doesn’t a trip to the moon change a person substantially? Capacity is limited. Masks required. Please email for more information.


German Play  

8:30 p.m. EDT

Please join the German School at Wright Theater or live-streamed. Pascal Wieandt, director of Mannheim’s award-winning independent “G7 Theaterhaus”, will direct German School students in Ulrike Syha’s “Privatleben” (2008). Please email for more information.