Live Performances

These are Live Performances on VPR and VPR Classical.

Listen to Vermont artists The Aerolites, Live From The Fort!

Cheng2 Duo Live

Jul 17, 2015
Silvie and Bryan Cheng

The Cheng2 Duo ('Cheng-squared Duo') is a family affair, comprising brother Bryan Cheng, cello, and sister Silvie Cheng, piano.  On Friday they'll give us a live preview of their concert at Fisk Farm on Isle La Motte this Saturday.

Broadcast Friday July 17 at noon.

Over the last year, VPR’s Live From The Fort music video series has brought you some of the best musician’s from Vermont diverse music scene.

This Friday, July 3 at 12 p.m. and Monday, July 6 at 8 p.m., join VPR’s Ric Cengeri  for an hour-long "mixtape" special featuring musicians who’ve played on Live from the Fort. You’ll hear a wide range of genres: rock, pop, folk, R’n’B and more! Check out the playlist below.

Listen to Vermont artists Madaila, Live From The Fort!

photo: Stina Booth / Elizabeth Reid

Well-known Vermont musicians Elizabeth Reid, viola, and Alison Cerutti, piano, visit the VPR Performance Studio to perform the remarkable Viola Sonata of Rebecca Clarke.

Broadcast Wednesday June 3 at noon.

Listen to Vermont artist Justin Levinson, Live From The Fort!

Camerata New England

The Camerata New England Piano Trio gives us a live preview of their upcoming concert of music by Mozart and Schumann.

Broadcast Friday May 22 at noon.

Opera Company of Middlebury

The Opera Company of Middlebury gives us a live preview of their upcoming production of Puccini's Turandot.

Broadcast Thursday May 21 at noon.

Listen to Vermont artist Lowell Thompson, Live From The Fort!

Vermont Virtuosi Live

Apr 23, 2015
Laurel Ann Maurer

Vermont Virtuosi return to the VPR Performance Studio for a preview of their concerts in Burlington and Montpelier this weekend titled I Remember.  They feature music for various combinations of flute, harp, cello and voice, including a new piece by Vermont composer Erik Nielsen and a work based on the Diary of Anne Frank.

Broadcast Thursday April 23 at 11 a.m.

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