MAX HATT/EDDA GLASS

Imar

Friday, September 27, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$30 Adult | $5 Student

Max Hatt and Edda Glass perform in an original, mesmerizing jazz/Americana style --- nuanced and haunting music that gets under your skin. Accompanied by Max’s beautiful jazz-influenced guitar melodies and bass player Clipper Anderson, their original songs will take you on a journey through an evocative dreamscape that is uniquely American and full of imagery and imagination.

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THE JEREMIAHS

The Jeremiahs

Saturday, October 5, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$31 Adult | $6 Student

Presented in support and cooperation with Young Tradition Vermont

We know one thing: the Lane Series audience loves being introduced to new Celtic bands, and The Jeremiahs are truly one to treasure. Everything about this Irish acoustic quartet is perfect for our hall --- be prepared to be blown away!

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MATT HAIMOVITZ, cello & SIMONE DINNERSTEIN, piano

Matt Haimovitz/Simone Dinnerstein

Friday, October 11, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$35 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artists in Hall at 6:30pm

Cellist Matt Haimovitz brings his music to clubs, outdoor festivals, and intimate coffee houses – any place where he can inspire both classical music lovers and new listeners. Pianist Simone Dinnerstein is the founder of Neighborhood Classics, a concert series hosted by New York City public schools which raises funds for their music education programs. The two embark on a journey celebrating the 250th anniversary of Beethoven, pairing his music with that of the influential contemporary composer, Philip Glass.

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DOM LA NENA

Dom La Nena

Friday, October 18, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$25 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artist in Hall at 6:30pm

A rare and original talent, Brazilian/Argentine/French singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Dom La Nena is just 24 years old and has already been called “one of the major female voices in Latin music” (NPR). She employs sophisticated looping techniques, layering vocals and instrumental tracks, and building audio soundscapes that get under your skin and don’t let go.

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ALON GOLDSTEIN, piano

Alon Goldstein

Friday, October 25, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$30 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artist in Hall at 6:30pm

Alon Goldstein appeared on the Lane Series with cellist Inbal Segev last season, and we were impressed by his musicality and interpretive sensitivity – enough so that we wanted to bring him back for a program of solo piano music. His program will include works by Domenico Scarlatti and Leonard Bernstein, as well as the Sonata in E-flat Major, “Quasi una fantasia” by Beethoven; Sonata No. 3, Dance Suite by Avner Dorman, and Fantasie in C Major, “Wanderer” by Schubert.

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SAM REIDER and THE HUMAN HANDS

Sam Reider

Friday, November 1, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$30 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artists in Hall at 6:30pm

We usually use the word “virtuoso” to describe classical artists, but Sam Reider is a composer/pianist/singer and jaw-droppingly great accordionist who truly earns that adjective as a performer in the folk and world music genres. He and his equally impressive band, The Human Hands, play music that’s been described by Songlines Magazine as a "mash-up of the Klezmatics, Quintette du Hot Club de France and the Punch Brothers.”

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MODIGLIANI STRING QUARTET

Modigliani String Quartet

Friday, November 15, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$35 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artists in Hall at 6:30pm

The Paris-based Modigliani Quartet (Amaury Coeytaux, violin; Loic Rio, violin; Laurent Marfaing, viola; François Kieffer, cello) has been performing together for over fifteen years and, as such, has developed its own distinctive sound and rapport. They will be performing Quartet in D minor, Op. 76, No. 2, “Quinten” by Haydn, Quartet in A minor, Op. 51, No. 2 by Brahms, and Capriccio for String Quartet in E minor, Op. 81, No.3 by Mendelssohn.

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KINAN AZMEH CITYBAND

Kinan Asmeh CityBand

Saturday, November 16, 5:00pm | Grand Maple Ballroom, UVM Davis Center
$35 Adult | $5 Student

Presented in partnership with Vermont Humanities

Kinan Azmeh is the virtuosic, charismatic, and innovative clarinetist who toured with Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Project, for which he won a Grammy in 2017. As a composer and instrumentalist, he weaves the mesmerizing sounds of his native Syria into a highly original and exciting form of haunting and celebratory Arabic Jazz with his first-rate ensemble, CityBand.

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DAR WILLIAMS

Friday, November 22, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$35 Adult | $10 Student

Dar Williams is one of the most accomplished and adored singer-songwriters alive. Warm, witty, and a shining star of intimate live performance, Dar has been touring her music throughout the United States and abroad since the early '90s. She is a lovely and accomplished performer and person, and we are thrilled to present her on our stage.

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A MEDIEVAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT with THE BOSTON CAMERATA

The Boston Camerata

Puer Natus Est
with special guests The UVM Catamount Singers, David Neiweem, Director
Friday, December 6, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$40 Adult | $10 Student

The Boston Camerata has conceived a medieval Christmas program, Puer Natus Est, which offers a glimpse of Christmas spirituality from Medieval France, Italy, England, and Provence. The selection includes music of the church and songs of private devotion focused around the joyous theme of the Nativity, sung in Latin, Old French, Old Provençal, and Saxon and interlaced with Medieval English texts.

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LUCAS & ARTHUR JUSSEN, duo piano

Lucas and Arthur Jussen

Friday, January 31, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$35 Adult | $5 Student

Lucas Jussen and his younger brother Arthur Jussen have developed a repertoire of piano works for four hands, including Mozart piano concertos, Beethoven piano sonatas, and works for one and two pianos by Poulenc and Ravel. The two have been national figures in the Netherlands since they were children. They will perform a selection of Bach/Kurtag choral preludes; the Fantasia in F minor, D. 940 by Schubert; Andante and Allegro Brillante in A Major, Op. 92 by Mendelssohn, and the two-piano version of The Rite of Spring by Stravinsky.

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SKRIDE PIANO QUARTET

Skride Piano Quartet

Thursday, February 6, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$30 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artists in Hall at 6:30pm

Sisters Baiba (violin) and Lauma (piano) Skride, Lise Berthaud (viola), and Harriet Krijgh (cello) combine their individual experiences as soloists in such a way that the group is commended for its refreshing interpretations, musical sensitivity, and delight with which it approaches the repertoire. The Skride Piano Quartet will perform the Adagio and Rondo Concertante in F Major, D. 487 by Schubert; Piano Quartet No. 3 in B minor, Op. 3 by Mendelssohn; and Piano Quartet No. 1 in D Major, Op. 16 by Enescu.

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MEOW MIX: A COLLEGIATE A CAPPELLA FESTIVAL

Meow Mix

Saturday, February 8, 7:00pm | UVM Ira Allen Chapel
$15 Adult | $5 Student

The Lane Series joins forces with UVM’s Cat’s Meow to present an evening of collegiate a cappella. This will be our third year of this fun collaboration that brings together ensembles from all over New England and beyond to share their talents --- great voices, young energetic singers, and clever arrangements of contemporary pop and rock and roll classics make this a fun night for everyone involved.

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ALICIA OLATUJA

Alicia Olatuja

Friday, February 14, 6:00pm | FlynnSpace
Friday, February 14, 8:30pm | FlynnSpace
$35 Adult | $10 Student

Co-presented with the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

Jazz on Valentine’s Day is a Lane Series tradition, and this year we are delighted to partner with the Flynn to present two shows at the FlynnSpace featuring the marvelous open heart, powerful voice, and exquisite style of Alicia Olatuja, joined by her masterful band.

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ACTORS FROM THE LONDON STAGE: THE TEMPEST

AFTLS: The Tempest

Thursday, February 20, 7:00pm | FlynnSpace
Friday, February 21, 7:00pm | FlynnSpace
Saturday, February 22, 7:00pm | FlynnSpace
$35 Adult | $31 Student

Co-presented with the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts

A storm at sea, a shipwreck, a desert island, a magician, a monster, a spirit of the air, and a poignant tale of first love: these elements come together in one of Shakespeare’s greatest late plays, The Tempest. Who better to take us on this theatrical voyage than the Actors from the London Stage? We anxiously await a return visit from the five versatile actors who pare Shakespeare down to its luminous essence.

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DERVISH

Dervish

Saturday, February 29, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$40 Adult | $10 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artists in Hall at 6:30pm

We’ve presented Dervish, who come from music-rich county Sligo, many times at the Flynn for St. Patrick’s Day, and they really are one of the most accomplished, fun, and experienced Celtic touring ensembles performing today. We simply could not pass up the opportunity to bring one of our favorite Irish bands to our Recital Hall stage.

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GRYPHON TRIO with PATRICIA O'CALLAGHAN, soprano

Gryphon Trio/Patricia O'Callaghan

Friday, March 6, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$35 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artists in Hall at 6:30pm

The Gryphon Trio (Annalee Patipatanakoon, violin; Roman Borys, cello; James Parker, piano) and soprano Patricia O’Callaghan appear together on the Lane Series for the first time since 2014. Their new program, Moonshine Ballads and Various Charms, includes arrangements of traditional ballads by Randy Newman, Charles Ives, Jellyroll Morton, Laurie Anderson, Tom Waits, and more.

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DAVID KAPLAN, piano; TESSA LARK, violin; COLIN CARR, cello

David Kaplan/Tessa Lark/Colin Carr

My Favorite Beethoven
Friday, March 20, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$30 Adult | $5 Student

December 17, 2020, marks the 250th year of Beethoven’s baptism --- that is to say, there is no actual record of the date of his birth. In celebration, pianist David Kaplan, violinist Tessa Lark, and cellist Colin Carr have put together a program honoring this giant-among-mortals. It will include Violin Sonata No. 1 in D Major, Op. 12, No.1; Cello Sonata No. 3 in A Major, Op. 69; and Piano Trio in B-flat Major, Op. 97, “Archduke.”

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OKAIDJA AFROSO

Okaidja Afroso

Friday, March 27, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$30 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artist in Hall at 6:30pm

Quadruple threat Okaidja Afroso is an extraordinary talent. A guitarist, singer-songwriter, percussionist, and dancer, he brings the richness of West African culture to audiences around the world. He’ll be touring with his trio, which includes two percussionists, and an array of traditional instruments from Ghana.

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MIPSO

Mipso

Friday, April 17, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$30 Adult | $5 Student
Pre-Show Talk with Artists in Hall at 6:30pm

This was the stand-out bluegrass band at 2019’s Folk Alliance Conference in Montreal. Mipso (Jacob Sharp, mandolin; Wood Robinson, bass; Joseph Terrell, guitar; and Libby Rodenbough, fiddle) are from Chapel Hill, North Carolina. All members of the quartet are first-rate instrumentalists and great singers and their lush harmonies, heart-felt lyrics, and innovative playing get in your head and don’t let go.

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JEREMY DENK, piano

Jeremy Denk

The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1
Friday, April 24, 7:30pm | UVM Recital Hall
$40 Adult | $5 Student

How many of you have ever had an opportunity to listen to J. S. Bach’s The Well-Tempered Clavier live and performed by a pianist of the likes of Jeremy Denk? We’re willing to bet that very few have, and Denk will, indeed, play the 24 Preludes and Fugues of Book 1, which is regarded as one of the most important works in classical musical history.

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