Woods Edge, a talk by painter Joseph Salerno

Woods Edge, a talk by painter Joseph Salerno

During a two-and-a-half-year period, Joseph Salerno made daily visits to a small stretch of woods near his home in Johnson. He created numerous six-by-nine-inch oil paintings on paper depicting the woods throughout the seasons using an intimate, abstract approach that reflects his personal practice of painting: “Part observation, part invention, part memory, this work has… Read More »

Craft School fills role in community

The Webb family’s stamp is on the Shelburne Craft School. Aileen Osborn Webb, family matriarch, supplied funding and professional support during the organization’s founding. Webb died about four decades ago. She was a patron of the arts, creating works in ceramics, and toiled as a sculptor. Her Shelburne summer home had a studio, as did… Read More »

Shelburne’s Geoffrey Penar performs with the Burlington Choral Society

Shelburne’s Geoffrey Penar performs with  the Burlington Choral Society

The Burlington Choral Society will cap its 40th season in April with performances of beloved music. Richard Riley, artistic director, will lead the chorus, soloists, and two pianists in Johannes Brahms’ “Requiem.” Geoffrey Penar, a bass baritone hailing from Shelburne, will perform with the choral society. Penar is a product of the Eastman School of… Read More »

Young performing artists bring concert to Shelburne

Young performing artists bring concert to Shelburne

The Young Tradition Touring Group is a group that consists of teen players, singers, and dancers who focus on learning and performing traditional music and dance repertoire over the course of eight months, culminating in an April performance tour. Group members learn from and are supported by an artistic director and guest musicians and dancers/dance… Read More »

Shelburne residents appear in upcoming performance

Shelburne residents appear in upcoming performance

Shelburne residents Gunnar Sievert and Catherine Domareki will be appearing in Shelburne Players’ spring comedies, “2 One-Act Plays” in April at Shelburne Town Center. The performance features Peter Shaffer’s “Black Comedy,” and “The Real Inspector Hound” by Tom Stoppard. “Black Comedy,” called “an orgy of blind slapstick” by the Sunday Express, where the action supposedly… Read More »

Jazz group performs at Shelburne Vineyard

Jazz group performs at Shelburne Vineyard

Rose St. Collective, a Burlington-based group focused on jazz and the music it has influenced, will bring their own music to the April 6 First Thursday Concert at Shelburne Vineyard. The concert will begin at 6pm, admission is free, and all are welcome. Wine and Fiddlehead beer will be available by the glass, and delicious… Read More »