Music Prof Set to Tour Every Town in Vermont

David Feurzeig smiling outdoors with campus greenery in the background

Professor David Feurzeig wants to play a concert in each of Vermont’s 251 towns.

That’s an ambitious goal, but Feurzeig, who teaches in the Department of Music, is confident he can get it done. He’s launching the tour May 6 with a concert in UVM’s renovated recital hall, and he’s set a goal of completing it in five years — by the end of 2026 — playing roughly one concert every week.

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Editor Tom Weaver walks with horse

Last Lap

You all read your class notes; I read all your class notes. For the past twenty-six years that’s been one of my tasks as magazine editor, giving them a proofing, trying to keep out of the way of alumni and class secretaries’ direct voices for the most part. Reading the full class notes always felt like a reverse journey through the arc of life, Benjamin Button UVM alumni style.

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The Two Bills

Late last winter, Bill Lipke was keen on an idea, as he so often was throughout his life. He wanted to honor his old friend and fellow emeritus professor of art and art history Bill Davison with a retrospective publication documenting the distinguished printmaker’s work. As both men’s health waned, it was a brave effort.

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