Music at the Museum

The popular “Music at the Museum” concert series, founded in 2015, presents diverse live performances both on-site and recorded (during COVID times).  These concerts are free and open to the public thanks to the support of Alison Nowak and Robert Cane. Reservations are not required.

Admission to the galleries is not included, but is always free for Museum members.

Check the Events page for any upcoming programs.

Past performances are listed below:

  • Taconic Chamber Players, an MLK Day concert
  • Old World, New World
  • Bread and Puppet Theater, Diagonal Life: Theory and Praxis
  • Natural History
  • Christopher Lewis and Yoshiko Sato, Honoring Beethoven
  • Collage #3571 ½ – A Schonbeck Experience
  • VC3 Cello Trio
  • Woody Guthrie, Dustbowl Balladeer
  • Old Vermont Sheet Music, A Parlor Song Performance
  • Music through the Centuries for Flute and Harp
  • A Musical Interlude
  • Appalachian Harvest
  • Songs of Peace
  • From Beethoven to Bennington and Back Again
  • Musical Landscape: Concert Music Amidst Milton Avery’s Vermont
  • Moonlight in Vermont – Jazz from Milton Avery’s Radio
  • JS Bach’s A Musical Offering
  • Beethoven’s Sonatas for Piano
  • Celebrating the Music of Leonard Bernstein
  • Ramblin Jug Stompers