Concert&Events Calendar

ACDA members: If you’d like to add your concert to this listing, please send info/poster/picture to Jeff Rehbach, ACDA co-webmaster, at rehbach @


led by ACDA members

Here are concerts we know about!
Please send dates/locations as they become available (see address above).
Details about each concert will be provided once released.
Please send your concert listings to Jeff Rehbach!  rehbach [@]

ACDA national conference
A Life of Song
Wednesday, March 8-Saturday, March 11
Minneapolis, MN
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Vermont ACDA’s  Great Day of Singing 
Join singers from community, worship and school choirs from across the state as several of our ACDA colleagues lead is in reading a variety of choral works throughout the day! Stay tuned for details…
Saturday, March 25, 9:30-3:30 pm
The White Meeting House (Congregational Church), Main Street, Waterbury
free; donations welcome

Vermont Choral Union
50th anniversary presentation at Farmers’ Night
Jeff Rehbach, conductor
With a mix of classical & contemporary repertoire and Vermontiana, VCU sings for at the legislature’s weekly Farmers’ Night concert, in celebration of the ensemble’s 50th anniversary.
Wednesday, March 29, 7:30 pm
Vermont State House, Montpelier

Middlebury College Choir
Jeff Buettner, director
Sunday, March 13, 3:00 pm
Robison Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Middlebury College
free admission

Vermont Youth Orchestra Spring Choral Concert
Mystical Songs: the Music of the Spirit
Caleb Pillsbury, conducotr
Tue, April 11, 7:00 pm
Elley-Long Music Center, Colchester
$10 adults; $5 students

Middlebury Bach Festival Orchestra
and Middlebury College Choir

Jeffrey Buettner, conductor
Handel’s Esther with student, alumni and guest soloists
Saturday, April 29, 8:00 pm
Robison Concert Hall, Mahaney Center for the Arts, Middlebury College
$12 adults, $10 college staff & faculty, students free with ID

Oriana Singers
In a Merry Mood: Celebrations by Handel and Bach

William Metcalfe, conductor
• Handel Vespers Psalm Dixit Dominus
• Bach Birthday Cantata # 214 for the Electress of Saxony, Tönet, ihr Pauken! Erschallet, Trompeten!
• Handel Coronation Anthem III The King Shall Rejoice
All music is certified as “suitable for spring”, all wonderful exercises of interplay between counterpoint (Handel was regarded as a superb contrapuntalist, Bach was even better!) and free-flowing melodies. Dixit Dominus was written for Cardinal Ottoboni in Rome, and performed in the Cardinal’s household, since he wanted festive music but as it was Lent, music suitable for Italianate/operatic occasions was not allowed in churches. Handel’s style here is brilliantly Italianate. Bach’s Cantata was specially written for the birthday of the Electress of Saxony, but it contains some surprises which you will learn of at the concert. Finally, The King Shall Rejoice is one of the four baroque-trumpet-glazed Coronation Anthems written for George II’s ceremony in 1727. It is somehow both sophisticated and declamatory.
Sunday, May 21, 4:00 pm
St. Paul’s Cathedral, Burlington
Tickets $25, $10 for students available at FlynnTix

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