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n English classical pianist Paul Lewis
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the beginning of our color palette.
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returns to the Mahaney Center
for the Arts in Middlebury with a
fresh program of works. April 4.
n The Saturday Masterworks Series
of the Vermont Symphony
Orchestra continues with perfor-
mances March 8 and May 3 at the
Flynn Center in Burlington. The
final Sunday matinee concert in the
series is March 9 at the Paramount
Theatre in Rutland. www.vso.org
n The Valley Stage Music Festival,
an annual summer event held out-
doors in Huntington, has launched
a season of indoor folk-roots con-
certs at the Richmond Free Library.
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Called “P.M. Sundays: Poets and
Players,” the series winds up its
first season with Rani Arbo and
daisy mayhem on March 16, and
Red Tail Ring on April 6.
n Carolina Chocolate Drops, young
lions of antique roots music, appear
March 28 at Higher Ground in
South Burlington (www.higher-
groundmusic.com) and March 30
at the Woodstock Town Hall
Theatre ( www.pentanglearts.org).
n Phish bassist Mike Gordon per-
forms in support of his fourth solo
studio album, “Overstep,” April 6
at the Higher Ground Ballroom
in South Burlington.