Nick Mayer is an award winning nature illustrator whose style embraces the natural beauty of fish and other marine life with a unique scientific perspective. He is a former marine biologist and a lifelong fly fishing addict. Painting is his passion and he has developed a celebrated touch.
Artists’s Reception Friday May 8, 5 – 7 pm
Calendar of Events
United in Harmony A Capella Contest
Thursday, May 7th
Celebrity Judges! A Cappella Superstars! Cash prizes!
Join Town Hall Theater and the United Way for a pitch-perfect evening of a cappella entertainment featuring some of Vermont’s best a cappella groups competing to see who’s truly “united in harmony”. This friendly competition is a great chance for ten Vermont groups to show off their singing skills and win a grand prize of $500. It’s also an incredible night of music for a good cause: all proceeds benefit the United Way of Addison County. With celebrity judges Alisa Endsley, Clint Bierman and Justin Bouvier. Hosted by Sarah Stone. This year’s a cappella superstars are The Bobolinks, Bullseye, Green Mountain Chorus, Honeymooners, Mansfield Four, Root 7, Sweet Beats, The Blue Skies Trio, Rhubabes, and Vocal Unrest.
$15 Students, $25 General Admission, $35 Generous Admission 7 pm
For more information about the United Way, click HERE.
The Bobolinks from Middlebury College.
Meet the Singers of Turandot
Sunday, May 17
The Opera Company of Middlebury has assembled an extraordinary cast of talented professionals for this season’s production of Puccini’s Turandot. Join us at the Unitarian Universalist Society at 2 Duane Court, Middlebury for our annual Meet the Singers reception. Settle back and enjoy the singers perform their favorite arias, then get to know them over drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
5:00 pm $35* General Admission
*Ticket price includes admission to OCM’s Young Artists’ Recital on Tuesday, June 2nd.
Photo: Artistic Director Douglas Anderson and soprano Melissa Shippen Burrows chat with George Jaeger at 2012’s Meet the Singers.
A new and high-spirited event dedicated to first and second time filmmakers. A place for voices to be heard and talked about. A peer festival that celebrates those who are on the cusp of a promising career. On August 27-30, 2015, the inaugural Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival (MNFF) rolls out in beautiful and historic Middlebury, Vermont. Celebrating the dynamism of new filmmakers, our film festival plays host to some of the brightest new talents in cinema. Discover their fine work and immerse yourself in four days of film and festivities, all in beautiful Middlebury, Vermont.
The festival ranges across three venues: Town Hall Theater (main venue), The Marquis Theater and Middlebury College’s Dana Auditorium. Showtimes vary. Look for a detailed schedule closer to the event date.
Opening Night Film and Party BUY NOW Festival Pass $75/ $50 students BUY NOW Day Pass $28/ $20 students BUY NOW Per Show $11 at venue only