Mini-Concerts: The Intersection of Art and Music
September 22, 2018, multiple times
Thank you to everyone who has RSVPd. Please note that all mini concerts are currently FULL. We will try to accommodate some additional guests on Saturday, space permitting.
Scrag Mountain Music infuses sound into the art-filled spaces of Vermont’s historic Kent Museum. Drawing inspiration from the exhibition theme “Backstory,” Scrag co-Artistic Directors Mary Bonhag (soprano) and Evan Premo (double bass), together with celebrated Vermont cellist Emily Taubl, showcase intimate works by Lembit Beecher, Harrison Birtwistle, and a remix of a 14th-century song by Guillaume de Machaut in four mini concerts throughout the afternoon of Sept. 22. Throughout the exhibition from Sept. 7 - Oct. 7, a video of Bonhag and Premo performing Lembit Beecher’s And Then I Remember will be available for museum goers to enjoy.
All mini concerts are "Pay what you can" with at-will donations collected at the door. Admission to the museum is separate and by donation at the door. Please note that the concerts will take place on the second floor of the Kent Museum, accessible only by stairs.
Union Mutual generously supports The Intersection of Art and Music.