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Holiday Concerts with Mad River Chorale

Mad River Chorale will be presenting our Holiday Concerts

Friday evening December 19th at 7:30 p.m.

at the Waitsfield United Church on Route 100

and Sunday, December 21st at 4:30 p.m.

at the Warren United Church in Warren Village.

Benjamin Britten’s “Ceremony of Carols” will be featured along with harp

(Yours Truly will be singing : )


The program includes “Hope for Resolution” which is a beautiful juxtaposition of a 13th Century plainchant and a South African Zulu freedom song.


Spirituals, Holiday Songs and an audience caroling are all a part of this wonderful holiday expression of cultural diversity.


Instrumentation by Mary Jane Austin (piano), Jacqueline Kerrod (harp),

Evan Premo (double bass), Nicola Cannizzaro (percussion)


MARY BONAG, conductor


Adults $15.00, Seniors and Students $12.00, Children FREE


Bring a non-perishable item to the FOOD SHELF and get $1.00 OFF!

Barn Arts Center for the Arts- December 19


4th annual Winter Carols- ”A Celebration of Song and Spirit”

on Friday, December 19th at 7 p.m., Route 12 in Barnard.


I will be playing a solo piece, leading a sing-along from the harp and playing with the youth chorale on the “12 Days of Christmas”.

The performers include:

BarnArts Youth Chorale
BarnArts Chorale
Margaret Gilmore, cello
Banish Misfortune, cello ensemble
Judi Byron, harp
Kathleen Dolan and Mark van Gulden, flute and vibraphone
Chloe, Justin, Lizzie
Directed by Kathi Tarrant, piano and vocals

Donations are welcome.

6211 Route 12, Barnard (802) 234-1645

Dartmouth Glee Club, Sunday November 9

Come experience the Dartmouth Glee Club under the Directorship of Louis Burkot, Sunday, November 9th at 2 p.m. at Dartmouth College, Rollins Chapel.

This 40 – voiced choir, led by noted choral/orchestral conductor Louis Burkot, performs Fauré’s Requiem with chamber orchestra, harp and pipe organ; plus African American spirituals arranged by Moses Hogan; the short mass O Quam Gloriosum, by Renaissance composer Tomás Luis de Victoria; and selections from Mario Castelneuvo-Tedesco’s ravishingly beautiful 1951 Romancero Gitano, with classical guitarist John Muratore.


Sunday, November 9, 2 pm

Rollins Chapel, Dartmouth College, Hanover NH

$10, $5 Dartmouth students

Information: or 603.646.2422


Gabriel Faure’s Requiem in D Minor has a purity, expressive and intimate sound that contrasts the dark, somber music that most requiems feature. Hope comfort and beauty is reflected in the music and what better instrument is associated with heaven the harp?

Jubal Song in Concert December 27

On Friday, December 27th Jubal Song will be performing a mix of holiday, seasonal, Celtic, and pop tunes.  Jubal Song consists of Judi on harp and vocals and Lausanne on fiddle, flute, psalter, mandolin and vocals.  Judi and Lausanne combine their folk instruments to mix the peace of the harp with the excitement of the fiddle, the call of the flute, and the sparkle of the mandolin bringing a wonderful eclectic sound.  7 o’clock in the St.  George’s Hall, Trapp Family Lodge, Stowe, VT.

Worship on Friday, April 19 in Williston

I will be leading worship at the Life Center in Williston on Friday evening, April 19 at 7 p.m. Come and experience worship with the harp- sense its potential to open hearts to God’s love and experience its healing modality.

Donna Milham will be giving the word.

The Life Center is located at 237 Commerce Street in Williston, off Williston Road.
Come in the front door, go straight down the hall to the end, take a right. You’ll see the sign at the entrance.

New Worship Service beginning March 30

March 30th will bring the start of a new monthly service at the Life Center in Williston. It is simply called “Healed”. Come experience a touch from the Lord through His love and healing power.

Starting Saturday, March 30, 2013 at 7:00PM.