Category Archives: Music

Duncan Sheik Visits Castleton Campus: Tony Award winner provides valuable insight to students

As Castleton Theater Arts and Music students prepared for their final major musical production of the spring semester, “Spring Awakening,” they were given a little extra inspiration after a campus…

Proctor’s Caitlin Canty set to release new album

By Tom Haley  |  Correspondent. Proctor native Caitlin Canty will release a new album in the coming weeks called “Reckless Skyline.” But this time of year she is happy to…

Gordon will take helm at United Way of Rutland County

By Gordon Dritschilo Correspondent Nanci Gordon said she will finally get to do both of the things she loves in one job. Gordon was officially named Friday as outgoing executive…

Ladies’ Night Out Women’s Chorus 5th Annual Advent Concerts with Heidi Soons, Harper

RUTLAND – This season’s concerts by Rutland’s premier women’s chorus, Ladies’ Night Out Women’s Chorus (LNO), start on Saturday, November 29 at 7:30 p.m. Led by Lucy Allen Tenenbaum, conductor…

Country Star Jamie Lee Thurston Plays Benefit at Paramount

By George Nostrand  |  Correspondent. Here comes the party. Rocking and rollicking country music star Jamie Lee Thurston will be shaking things down at Rutland’s Paramount Theatre at 8 p.m….

READER PROFILE: Rip Jackson: Hitting the Chords of Deeper Meaning

By Joanna Tebbs Young  |  Correspondent. Sitting relaxed in his spacious office, which triples as voice studio and music library at Grace Congregational Church in Rutland, Minister of Music Rip…

DANKWA: Living the Dream on the Rutland Airwaves

Real conversations with Rutland’s up-and-comers Part TWO of a 10-part series COVER STORY | By JANELLE FAIGNANT Picture this: a young boy, struggling in school, finds himself grounded a lot…

Fiddler’s Delight

Pete’s Posse Friday, September 12th 7:30 p.m. The Old Firehouse Tinmouth This Friday evening Vermont folk legend Pete Sutherland brings his talented trio to arguably on of the area’s finest…

Selling Classical Music… the Right Way

By JIM LOWE  |  Arts Correspondent. Much is said about classical music “dying,” but one look at Vermont’s concert calendar renders that idea laughable. Nevertheless, for classical music to thrive…

Middle Son and The Mutiny

By HANK McCOY  |  Correspondent. Middle Son (Hunter, Chris, and John) touch down in Chicago. It’s a Monday, it’s quiet and this trio from Vermont find themselves playing in the…