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Black-and-white and pure photography that explores the interrelationships between "the known and the unknown, space and shape, the negative and positive, the internal and the external, and darkness and light."
Reception: Thursday, April 17, 12:30 p.m.
Through May 17
at Christine Price Gallery, Castleton State College
Founded in the late 1980s, the Moscow Festival Ballet was borne out of a newfound creative freedom experienced by Russia’s top dancers and choreographers. Vibrant and technically masterful, the 50-member ensemble features artists from the country’s most prestigious ballet companies and dance schools. One such talent is artistic director Sergei Radchenko, a 25-year veteran of the esteemed Bolshoi Ballet. Interpreting his vision and the music of Sergei Prokofiev, performers bring the classic fairy tale “Cinderella” to life — complete with a sinister stepmother, scheming stepsisters and, of course, Prince Charming.
Thu., April 17, 7 p.m.
at Lyndon Institute
in Lyndon Center.
BadBadNotGood are a Toronto-based trio that approaches jazz improvisation with the swagger of hip-hop impresarios. Or, they approach hip-hop with the progressive virtuosity of improvisational jazz players. We’re not sure which. And we kinda don’t care. The band’s brash fusion of those genres — not to mention postrock, electronica and whatever else they happen to flirt with — makes for some seriously provocative yet danceable music. The band simply occupies its own heady sonic spectrum. Touring in advance of their forthcoming third album, appropriately titled III, BBNG play Signal Kitchen in Burlington on Thursday, April 17, with Principal Dean and A.O. River.
Thu., April 17, 8:30 p.m.
at Signal Kitchen
Little ones ages 3 through 5 and their adult companions search for wildflowers and other signs of the changing seasons.
Thu., April 17, 9-10:30 a.m.
at Green Mountain Audubon Center
$8-10 per adult/child pair; $4 per additional child; preregister.
Cellist John Dunlop, violinist Laura Markowitz and violist Ana Ruesink present a musical journey though classical, folk and more.
Thu., April 17, 9:30 & 10:30 a.m.
at Orchard School
in South Burlington.
Fairs & Festivals
Job seekers mingle with representatives from local businesses and attend discussions at this event inspired by "Connecting You to the 802." A mixer follows.
Thu., April 17, 1-5 & 5-7 p.m.
at Holiday Inn
in South Burlington.
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