Brattleboro is known as a cultural center. The spectrum of offerings and opportunities available is as unique as it is diverse. Boasting two art galleries, a museum and art center, two live theatre groups and and outstanding concert series, the fine arts abound in Brattleboro. Here you will find metropolitan-quality arts in a beautiful rural setting.
The Brattleboro Museum & Arts Center
Located on lower Main Street in the 1916 Union Railroad Station, the museum presents contemporary art, folk art and local history exhibitions. An Esty Organ exhibit is on permanent display. (802) 257-0124
The Brattleboro Music Center
Blanche Moyse, artistic director, serves the community with performances featuring world-class musicians, a music school and performance opportunities for amateurs and professionals alike. Each fall the BMC sponsers the New England Bach Festival featuring performances of major choral and orchestral works. (802) 257- 4523
The Arts Council of Windham County
Working with businesses, schools and artists to bring fresh art to the regional community. Its artist-run gallery at 69 Main Street mounts 12 shows each year. (802) 257-1881
Friends of Music
Presenting 12 events each year including musical theatre, instramental and choral programs. (802) 256-1921
The Yellow Barn Music Festival
Producing 25 public concerts over a 5-week period featuring resident as well as guest musicians, from the amateur to the internationally reknown. (802) 387- 6637
Whetstone Theatre Company
Brattleboro's professional theatre company, the Whestone is organize to produce professional quality theatre in rural spaces, as well as offer theatrical instruction. (802) 257-2600
Vermont Theatre Company
Producing 4-6 shows each season, including the (in)famous "Shakespeare in the Park" series at the Living Memorial Park. The VTC consists of local volunteers, actors, directors and technicians, producing high-quality, entertaining theatre for everyone. (802) 257- 0190
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