OUR MISSION IS TO NURTURE A LOVE AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE ARTS THROUGH EDUCATIONAL
AND CREATIVE OPPORTUNITIES AND PERFORMANCES
Seven Stars Arts Center is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit serving East Central Vermont and beyond.
- Seven Stars Arts Center has a charming performance space with a proscenium stage, easy audio set up, lights and room for 100 people to sit comfortably. There is a small loft in the back and TWO baby grand piano's we maintain. For just 25.00 an hour the space can be rented. Currently we host concerts, workshops, classes, musicians and dancers looking for large rehearsal space and other events so email firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.
BELLWETHER WORLD PREMIER
February 22nd 7:00 pm
Tickets online 15.00 or at the door
Stoking the embers sparked by pioneers of the previous generation’s folk revival Louise Bichan, Alex Cumming and Eric McDonald coalesce their talents to create a rich and savory feast of three part harmony and dynamic multi-instrumentalism. Crystal clear voices swirl above driving fiddle, sparky accordion and dynamic guitar lines, culminating in a tapestry that reaches from dulcit to all out raucous, and everywhere in between.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR!
3rd Annual Seven Stars Early Music Workshop
Saturday April 18 2020
At Seven Stars Arts Center in Sharon VT
A survey English music – Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque Periods
For recorders, voices and viols
Workshop leaders: Larry Zukof and Chris Rua
Sliding scale: $65-75
For info and fegistration contact Chris Rua
Chrisrua.email@example.com or 802 763 3999
Lawrence Zukof (recorder, voice, and viola da gamba) has performed extensively with numerous renowned performing groups. He toured the US and Europe with the Boston Camerata. As a recorder soloist, he has performed with the Civic Orchestra of Boston, Orchestra New England, the Baroque Orchestra of Holy Lutheran and Trinity Church (NYC), and the Southern CT Camerata. He has sung with the Pro-Arte Chamber Singers (CT) and currently sings with the Yale Camerata, the Yale Chamber Chorus, and is the baritone section leader at the historic Center Church on the New Haven Green.
Larry has extensive experience as a recorder and early music workshop leader and has led various chapters of the American Recorder Society (ARS) including CT, MA (Boston and Pioneer Valley), and NY (LI, Westchester, NYC), MI (Ann Arbor), and NJ (Princeton). Additionally, Larry has been on the faculty at Early Music Week at Pinewoods and Amherst Early Music Festival. He is currently a recorder teacher for the ARS national Traveling Teacher Program and is in his fifth year traveling to Maine. Larry teaches privately and at the Neighborhood Music School (New Haven, CT).
Larry received his Master of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, MA) in early music (recorder, viola da gamba, and voice) and continues his musical journey as a passionate violin student.
He was the Executive Director of the Neighborhood Music School (1996-2014) and the Brookline Music School, MA (1984-1996).
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