Thursday August 16th, 2018
at 7:00 pm

Open Rehearsal
Chandler Music Hall
Admission: Free

Saturday August 18th, 2018
at 7:30 pm

Mozart, Washut and Vaughan Williams
Chandler Music Hall
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Sunday August 19th, 2018
at 11:00 am

8th Annual Breakfast with Bach/Baroque Brunch
Bach and Handel
Breakfast at 11:00 am
in the Esther Mesh Room,
Chandler's Upper Gallery
Admission at the door: $10:00
Concert at 12:30 pm in Bethany Church
Admission at the door: Goodwill offering
Food provided by
Three Bean Cafe of Randolph


Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018
at 7:00 pm

Piano Masterclass with Annemieke McLane
Admission: Free

Thursday August 23rd, 2018
at 7:00 pm

Open Rehearsal
Chandler Music Hall
Admission: Free

Friday August 24th, 2018
at 7:00 pm

Friday Night in the Gallery
a new approach to a festival event

Solo Piano Recital by
Vermont Artist, Annemieke McLane
Garden Tour
Chandler Music Hall's
Downstairs Gallery
Admission: Free/Goodwill offering

Saturday August 25th, 2018
at 10:30 am

A Special Concert for Kids
Listen Up! Festival Artists will perform some music from the concert that evening and the kids in attendance will be asked to draw and/or write about the music they are hearing
Chandler Music Hall
Admission at the door: $6.00

Saturday August 25th, 2018
at 7:30 pm

Beethoven, Klein and Dvořák
Chandler Music Hall
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Sunday August 26th, 2018
at 4:00 pm

An Encore Performance
Afternoon concert in Woodstock, VT
Beethoven, Klein and Dvořák





The Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival announces the release of its first highlight CD: Festival Harvest

"The Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival has come a long way since it was founded in 1993 by Peter Sanders, a New York cellist who grew up spending his summers in the Randolph area. An indication of just how far is its excellent New CD, "Festival Harvest," a compilation of live performances of works by Mendelssohn, Schönberg and Frank Bridge at the Chandler Music Hall in 2000 and 2004.

When I first heard the album, I had recently heard an excellent performance of Mendelssohn's A Major String Quintet at Vermont's justly revered Marlboro Music Festival. The same work opens this CD, and I actually preferred the Randolph performance. That's big praise."

Read the review from the December 2, 2005 issue of Vermont's Times Argus




So you're thinking about visiting our corner of the world. We have plenty of activities to offer the adventuresome traveler. Picturesque rivers and country roads...yours to explore! Take in a show at the Chandler, enjoy the Green Mountain National Forest, state parks, mountain vistas and places close by like Goose Green, Granville, Brookfield, Barnard, Strafford, Tunbridge, Chelsea and more.

See the great outdoors on trips that will take you down our rivers and over our trails in spring, summer, and fall, or across our snowy fields in winter. Check out the cultural heritage of Vermont and sample many Vermont products produced right here. Enjoy sugar on snow during spring, the thrill of the harvest, and the changing foliage in fall. Find antique treasures in some out-of-the-way places you may never have found on your own. Experience the essence of our mountainside golf courses.



Improve your skills in photography and marvel afterwards at some of the best shots you've ever taken. Feast on some Vermont recipes you learn to skillfully prepare yourself. Learn the art of illustrating Vermont botanicals and create a small masterpiece as a souvenir of your trip. Or simply luxuriate in the countryside from the comfort of your inn. Whatever the season, we're sure you'll find something here to please you.

Unless otherwise listed, our concerts take place at the Chandler Music Hall in Randolph, Vermont. Click here for a map to Chandler Music Hall.

For more information on local restaurants, inns, B&Bs, motels, stores and tourist attractions please visit the Vermont Vacation website at www.vermontvacation.com.

And for more information on Randolph, Vermont and its lodging options visit their Chamber of Commerce site.