Live Performances

These are Live Performances on VPR and VPR Classical.

Opera Company of Middlebury

The Opera Company of Middlebury visits VPR's Stetson Studio One for a live preview of their upcoming performances of A Streetcar Named Desire, Andre Previn's opera based on the play by Tennessee Williams.

Listen Thursday May 24 at 11 a.m.

Lynn Goldsmith / www.lisedelasalle.com

French pianist Lise de la Salle visits Stetson Studio One for a live preview of the Bach Unlimited program she will perform at Hill and Hollow Music on Sunday afternoon.

Listen Friday May 4 at 11 a.m.

Hear the full performance in Soundcloud

Camerata New England

The Camerata New England Piano Quintet visits VPR's Stetson Studio One to perform Dvorak's Piano Quintet in A, Op.81.

Listen Friday April 27 at 11 a.m.
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Sally Pinkas Live

Apr 2, 2018
Rob Strong / www.sallypinkas.org

Sally Pinkas, pianist-in-residence at the Hopkins Center, visits VPR's Stetson Studio One for a live preview of her recital including music of Frank Bridge, Syrian-American Kareem Roustom, and salon pieces from Manila. 

Listen Thursday April 5 at 11 a.m.

Steven J. Sherman

The Copland House is celebrating the Leonard Bernstein Centennial with 'Late Night with Leonard Bernstein,' a multi-media cabaret featuring soprano Amy Burton, pianists Michael Boriskin and John Musto, and narration by Bernstein's daughter Jamie.  They join us Friday morning at 11 for a live preview of their Lane Series performance.

John Billingsley/VPR

For the March edition of Live From The Fort, Binger perform  their unique, genre-bending, psychedelic prog- hop in Studio One at VPR headquarters in Colchester.

For the February edition of Live From The Fort, Barika perform a set live from Studio One at VPR headquarters in Colchester.

Capital City Concerts' director Karen Kevra, flute, and Jeffrey Chappell, piano, visit VPR's Studio One for a live performance preview of their French Connection concerts this weekend in Brattleboro and Montpelier.

Listen Thursday January 18 at 11 a.m.

Live From The Fort features musicians from around the state performing live at the VPR studios in Colchester. Through music and casual conversation, the series connects music lovers with Vermont-based musicians.

This new mix features some of the bands that have played on the show this past year and beyond. Listen to the complete special,  or watch the individual performances below.

Iron Eyes Cody

Cantus Live

Dec 4, 2017
Curtis Johnson

Cantus, the male a cappella vocal ensemble, performs a holiday program for the UVM Lane Series Friday evening.  Saturday morning at 10 they visit VPR's Studio One for a live broadcast performance.  Kari Anderson and Linda Radtke host.

Broadcast Saturday December 9 at 10 a.m.; encore broadcasts Friday December 22 at 10 p.m. and Monday December 25 at 6 p.m.

Gang of Thieves perform in VPR's own Studio One
John Billingsley / VPR

For the December edition of Live From The Fort, Gang of Thieves perform live from Studio One at the VPR headquarters in Colchester.

Scrag Mountain Music

Scrag Mountain Music visits VPR's Studio One for a live preview of their Toward the Sea concerts this weekend in Montpelier, Northfield and Warren.  Co-artistic directors Mary Bonhag, soprano, and Evan Premo, double bass, will be joined by harpist Melanie Genin and flutist Catherine Gregory.

Listen Friday December 1 at 11 a.m.

For the November edition of Live From The Fort, Emma Cook & Questionable Company perform live from Studio One at the VPR headquarters in Colchester.

Heath Quartet Live

Oct 23, 2017
Simon Way / Colbert Artists Management

Great Britain's Heath Quartet visits Studio One for a live performance preview of their concert at Middlebury College.  Music will be by Haydn, Tippett, Bach and Mendelssohn.

Listen Thursday October 26 at 11 a.m.

For the October edition of Live From The Fort, Her Crooked Heart perform live from Studio One at the VPR headquarters in Colchester.

For the July edition of Live From The Fort, TY-ALEX performed live from Studio One at the VPR headquarters in Colchester.

John Billingsley/VPR

For the September edition of Live From The Fort, Brattleboro's Wooden Dinosaur perform live from Studio One at the VPR headquarters in Colchester.

Joanne Savio / Frank Solomon

The Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival's 9th season is based around the theme of "lineage", exploring how compositional and performance traditions are passed on, evolve and become new again. The opening concert will be broadcast live on Sunday, August 20th at 3 p.m.

Watch the Chad Hollister Band's full performance, recorded live at VPR's Studio One in Fort Ethan Allen.
John Billingsley / VPR

For the August edition of Live From The Fort, the Chad Hollister Band perform live from Studio One at the VPR headquarters in Colchester.

www.centralvtchambermusicfest.org

The Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival visits VPR's Studio One to perform Schubert's Trout Quintet, which will be on their concerts this weekend in Randolph and Woodstock.

Listen Friday August 11 at 11 a.m.

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