The Vermont Cynic

Concert to overtake Main Street

August 31, 2016

Filed under Arts, Previews

Just in time for the beginning of a new school year, one local band is bringing a new experience to Burlington.Burlington-based band Madaila will host a concert on Main Street Sept. 4 featuring several other artists, including Lady Lamb, Marco Benevento and many more.“It’s super fun to put on these off-beat shows at diffe...

Community curates annual art show

Greta Bjornson

August 31, 2016

Filed under Arts, Previews

This year, hundreds of artists will congregate in the South End of Burlington for the 24th year in a row to display their artwork and promote their businesses during the South End Art Hop. The event, which occurs annually, will last Sept. 9 to 11. This year’s Art Hop will feature attractions including the STRUT! Fashion ...

Trio takes on Vermont in first tour

Trio takes on Vermont in first tour

April 30, 2016

A young energetic trio will be playing its first Vermont show this Monday.The B Boys will take the st...

Rock band offering new sound in Burly

April 28, 2016

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One band promises to satisfy concert-goers hungry for new music. Midnight Snack, a self-described art-rock band will be hitting the stage at ArtsRiot May 4.The six-piece psych-folk-rock band will stop by Burlington on their Northeast tour that kicked off April 22 in their hometown of Asheville, North Carolina. The sextet incl...

Musician goes solo with sounds of ‘60s

Ben Elfland

April 22, 2016

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The energy and sounds of the ‘60s will be on full display in Burlington in a modern context. Psychedelic rock artist Sam Cohen will be performing with White Denim at Higher Ground April 23. Cohen began his career in the ‘90s at a Berklee College of Music summer program in Boston. He founded his first group, Ap...

Student nonprofit hosts benefit concert

Jensen Wainwright

April 21, 2016

Filed under Arts, Arts Teaser, Previews

UVM’s Books4Equality will be hosting a free benefit concert on the Redstone Green May 4. Books4Equality is a recognized nonprofit organization aimed at providing free textbooks to college students. Live music, good food and a good cause is how director of business affairs for the organization, senior Spencer Reynolds,...

‘Star Wars’ takes a detour

‘Star Wars’ takes a detour

April 21, 2016

If you haven’t been living under a rock and have surfed the web recently, you might’ve watched t...

Trio shifts from subways to Higher Ground

Trio shifts from subways to Higher Ground

April 13, 2016

One band is bringing their sound from the subways of New York City to Burlington. Three-man band ...

Bison prepares SpringFest setlist

Bison prepares SpringFest setlist

April 7, 2016

It’s not often one comes across a group of musicians whose music is as tasty as their band name, bu...

Photography show exhibits community

Addie Beach

April 6, 2016

Filed under Arts, Previews

There’s more to find in the Davis Center than just dining and study space: it might also change the way students view the community. Throughout April, the Davis Center will be hosting a juried photo show to showcase photographers from UVM and the Burlington area.  The exhibit is being organized by the UVM student curatorial team, an organization that coordinates all of the art and e...

Wind ensemble creates worldly experience

Wind ensemble creates worldly experience

April 6, 2016

Some of Burlington’s most adept musicians will be performing on campus at the end of the week. The...

Artist interprets America

Artist interprets America

March 31, 2016

Art is often up for interpretation, evoking ideas unbounded in space or time. Erik Hougen, a young arti...

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