A Vocal Recital by Mary Bonhag
**This event has been postponed for a later date. Stay tuned!**
ABOUT SCRAG MOUNTAIN MUSIC
Scrag celebrates its 10th Anniversary! Since 2010, Scrag Mountain Music has connected Vermont communities to classical music in powerful ways. Scrag offers interactive performances, open rehearsals, and meaningful teaching artist residencies to those in Vermont all while engaging top-tier chamber musicians from around the country and creating a retreat atmosphere for them to rejuvenate their artistry. Our concert motto is "Come as you are. Pay what you can."
ScraG in the News
An interview with Evan Premo about his new Thumbelina! in the Times Argus and Rutland Herald. Musical Storytelling for All Ages Premiering Evan Premo's: 'Thumbelina' February 1, 2020
Scrag's co-Artistic Director Evan Premo sits down to speak with Fran Stoddard of Across the Fence.
Scrag's Lullaby Project featured in Kids VT and on NBC5 and Vermont Public Radio.
Scrag featured on Stuck in Vermont and WCAX.
Scrag's Early Music concert reviewed in Times Argus and the Rutland Herald stating "Scrag Mountain Music has become an integral part of the central Vermont community.”
In December 2019, Scrag co-Artistic Directors Mary Bonhag and Evan Premo received recognition from Vermont Gov. Phil Scott for their dedicated service to fellow Vermonters. "...increasing community strength and cohesion, while bringing joy to hundreds through their outstanding artistry and community service efforts."
Scrag nominated as a finalist for 2019 Best Classical Group / Ensemble in Seven Days.