Locally-owned boutique in downtown Brattleboro offering a fresh approach to modern living
Marlboro Music is located on the beautiful Potash Hill campus in the town of Marlboro, between Brattleboro and Wilmington off Route 9, in the rural foothills of southern Vermont. It is known not only for exceptional chamber music, but for the lovely countryside, farms, historic inns, delicious local food and drink, craft and antique shops, parks, and outdoor activities.
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Bridge’s catalog is perhaps best known for its recordings of 20th and 21st Century classical repertoire. Composers whose works have received premiere recordings on Bridge include Elliott Carter, George Crumb, Poul Ruders, Joaquin Rodrigo, Stephen Sondheim, Hans Werner Henze, Henri Dutilleux, and Toru Takemitsu. Click through the selected records below to explore more of Bridge...
Fine craft gallery and open studios featuring ceramics and glass. Tour the studios of Natalie Blake and Randi Solin, see live glass blowing, and find one-of-a-kind works of art in our gallery of local artists. Open seven days 10-5, just two miles from downtown Brattleboro.
I am a psychoanalyst in private practice in Brattleboro, Vermont. I am a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College as well as the Aaron Copland School of Music, and I received my second master’s and doctoral degrees from the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis. I put a strong emphasis on the importance of developing a sense...
We are a family owned and operated craft distillery located next to the Hogback Mountain Scenic Overlook in Marlboro, VT. Although best known for our Metcalfe’s line of liqueurs, we also make Catamount Vodka and are currently working on more hard spirits to be released in the coming months. Our naturally gluten-free vodka and liqueurs...
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