Arts & Entertainment In Brief

RAMP Hosts Spring Artists Town Meeting

Creators, artists, artisans, local food growers and supporters, it is time for RAMP to host the Spring Artists Town Meeting on Thursday, April 1 from 6-8 p.m.

The evening will include a potluck dinner.

Agenda to catch up, eat well and discuss the Vermont State Craft's Memorial Day Open Studio Weekend on May 29, 30 and how we can participate.

We will host the meeting at the Exner Blk, 9 Canal Street in downtown Bellows Falls.

RAMP will provide beverages and chili.

Please rsvp to 463-3252 or ramp@sover.net, put in subject line "ATM April 1."

Opera Theatre Seeks Boy Sopranos

Opera Theatre of Weston is seeking three local boy sopranos (ages 9-12) to sing the roles of the "Three Spirits" in their January 2011 opera production of Mozart's The Magic Flute.

Performances will be held at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland and at the Weston Playhouse.

Auditions will be held on Sunday, April 11 at OTW's Vocal Studio on 100 Dale Rd. in Weston.

Interested boys should be prepared to sing an excerpt from the opera as well as a selection of their choice. Music from The Magic Flute is available through OTW. An accompanist will be provided, unless otherwise arranged beforehand.

The rehearsal period will begin on Dec. 26 and run through the final performance on Jan. 16, 2011.

Opera Theatre of Weston is a non-profit organization devoted to bringing quality opera performances and outreach programs to school children and family audiences throughout southern Vermont.

To sign-up for an audition appointment or to receive further information about The Magic Flute, call 824-3821 or email otw@sover.net.

Windham Orchestra in Concert

On Sunday, March 28 at 3 p.m. at the Latchis Theatre in Brattleboro, the Windham Orchestra, under the direction of Hugh Keelan, will celebrate the poignant and powerful spirituals created by enslaved African people in America, and the music they have inspired.

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