April 26, 2019 FRIDAY 7:30 PMEsther Mesh room

    With meticulous vocals and superb instrumental acument, Low Lily plays acoustic music that is deeply rooted in tradition yet sounds refreshingly contemporary. The bands signature blend is rooted in Celtic traditions and the folk music of the rural South. Flynn Cohens deft flatpicking on guitar and mandolin weaves seamlessly with Lissa Schneckenburgers formidable fiddle-playing, all grounded by Liz Simmons percussive rhythm guitar. Rock-solid double bassist Corey DiMario often joins the core t...


    April 27, 2019 SATURDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    The Walk to the Paradise Garden, from A Village Romeo and Juliet by Frederick Delius; Romanza: Serenade for Violin and Orchestra, by Joseph Marcello--a composition commissioned for the Vermont Philharmonics 60th anniversary, Letitia Quante on violin; Symphony No. 6 in D Major, Op. 60 by Antonin Dvorak


    May 3, 2019 FRIDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    The Grammy-nominated Della Mae has established a reputation as a charismatic, hard-touring live act, building a large and enthusiastic fan base while racking up massive amounts of critical acclaim. Sensitive yet assertive, these versatile instrumentalists and vocalists draw from a bottomless well of roots influences to create vibrantly original music that explores timeless lyrical truths. Their unmistakably contemporary relevance places them alongside such tradition- and socially-conscious yo...


    May 4, 2019 SATURDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    Gnossierennes is a word coined by composer Erik Satie. Perhaps it refers to Gnosticism? Perhaps the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur in the labyringh at Knossos on Crete? Chandler favorite Simone Dinnerstein performs works by Couperin, Glass, Satie, and Schumann. Whether songful and contemplative or dizzingly exuberant, Dinnerstein and each composer trace the inward working of a musical maze and connect the two thought-provoking definitions.


    May 17, 2019 FRIDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    Young classical musicians from high schools and home schools throughout Vermont and the Upper Valley will share their artistry in Chandlers annual youth concert, inspired by National Public Radios From the Top program. For this performance, the areas leading music teachers recommend students who deserve special recognition. A competitive audition for The Next Generation is set for Sunday, April 7, 2019.


    August 17, 2019 SATURDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    Viola Quintets by Mendelssohn and Brahms and an arrangement by Ernest H. Sanders for String Quartet of an anonymous vocal work from the 13th century, Ave Maria.


    August 21, 2019 WEDNESDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    A first for the festival, make your plans now to enjoy this fabulous group! Bug Galute performs a unique repertoire of Jewish and Jewish-themed music spanning five continents and six centuries, including Klezmer originals, tango, and works of Salamone Rossi, Shostakovich, Brahms and Mahler.


    August 24, 2019 SATURDAY 7:30 PMMusic Hall

    All Beethoven will conclude our 27th Season of Standards. Early, mid and late Beethoven with a Violin Sonata, Cello Sonata, and the "Ghost" Piano Trio.


    September 1, 2019 SUNDAY 12:00 PMMusic Hall

    Celebrate Vermonts Celtic and French Canadian heritage with traditional--and sometimes not so traditional--music and dance. Each year more than 70 exceptional musicians are drawn from New England, Canada, and the British Isles. Concerts, music and dance, childrens activities, and open dancing unfold on five continuous stages from noon until 11 pm. Main Street is closed to traffic, and the festival site becomes an intimate pedestrian village.