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I am pleased to be featured in this exhibit at Frog Hollow in Burlington, VT. I started playing the cello as an adult about 10 years ago and I love how the practice of music enriches my life on so many levels. This image has been used as the graphic for the Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival.  The Festival is one of the high points of my summer.

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Poetry In Music

Frog Hollow Presents a Group Exhibition in Support of

The Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival

From Sculptors to Printmakers to Painters and Jewelers, Vermont artists were asked to respond to this year’s LCCMF theme Poetry in Music.

The result is a variety of unique responses by:

Carol MacDonald, Suzanne LeGault,
Judith Rey, Barbara Hoke, Lynn Rupe,
Denis Versweyveld, Irene Lederer LaCroix

Opening Reception
Thursday, July 31 from 6-8
Frog Hollow

185 Church St., Burlington, VT

Free and Open to the Public

 

The Frog Hollow exhibit is run in support of the festival and will run through the month of August. Throughout the month there will be opportunities to purchase tickets to the Festival. Frog Hollow will be hosting an informational tent on Church St. on August 2nd and 16th with festival representatives on hand to answer questions as well as mini concerts at 1 pm, 3 pm and 5 pm each day.

 

The Lake Champlain Chamber Music Festival is a nine-day event running August 23 – 31 and will be exploring poetic music, both instrumental and vocal. The Festival will include four major concerts, two noon vocal recitals, two free solo Bach recitals, instrumental and chamber music classes, premiere of works by its Young Composer Seminar participants, three seminars on music, and a concert by the Festival’s Young Quartet-in-Residence.

The Festival has many opportunities to meet the artists, including pre-concert talks, post-concert Meet the Musicians discussions and post-concert receptions.  The Festival takes place at the Elley-Long Music Center at St. Michael’s College in Colchester, VT. Information available at www.lccmf.org

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