Vermont - Music and Performing Arts
Barre Opera House (Barre)
More than 20,000 people visit the Barre Opera House annually, attending performing arts rehearsals and events, public forums, corporate and private functions and community meetings. The Opera House is home to the Vermont Philharmonic and the Barre Players. It is the central Vermont performance venue for the Vermont Symphony and our lobby offers a rotating gallery space dedicated to featuring local artists.
Chandler Music Hall (Randolph)
The Chandler Center for the Arts is a community-based arts organization in Randolph, serving Central Vermont and the Upper Valley region with a year-round series of performances, art exhibits and educational opportunities in historic Chandler Music Hall and Gallery. Montpelier, Woodstock, Norwich and Hanover are all within an easy half hour drive. Performances by world-renowned musicians, special projects celebrating the talent of local musicians and actors and an eclectic series of gallery exhibits are made possible by generous support from individuals, businesses and foundations.
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts (Burlington)
The Flynn has been at the center of Vermont's cultural landscape for 75 years—from its earliest days as a vaudeville house through five decades as a premier movie theater to its present incarnation as the region's leading performance center and arts education organization. Today, the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts is recognized internationally for its significant artistic, educational, and community outreach activities; superb technical capacity; beautiful ambiance; historic setting; and world-class presentations.
Southern Vermont Arts Center (Manchester)
The Southern Vermont Arts Center is a non-profit educational institution located on a beautiful 407-acre estate listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The Southern Vermont Arts Center hosts concerts, art exhibits, art workshops and more.
Weston Playhouse (Weston)
The Weston Playhouse Theatre Company is a non-profit organization supported in part by funds from the Vermont Arts Council, the National Endowment for the Arts and a growing family of individuals who believe in the impact that the performing arts can have on its community.