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Subscribers to this package receive one ticket to each Lane Series UVM Recital Hall event (does not include the following Lane/Flynn co-presentations: Fatoumata Diawara,
Danu, Nellie McKay).
An Evening of Mozart, Bartok, and Crumb
Adult Ticket Price: $15.00

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Le Vent Du Nord
Adult Ticket Price: $40.00

Last year, watching Le Vent du Nord at a small club in Montréal, the thought occurred, “How is it even possible that this band keeps getting better and better?” Indeed, these four electrifying Québécois musicians show us something new and thrilling every time we hear them. Their blend of traditional music with a gutsy cosmopolitan edge, polished instrumentation, and unbelievable harmonizing vocals creates an experience of sheer musical delight for audiences. If you have had the pleasure of hearing them before, you are most likely a lifelong fan. If you haven’t, we promise that you are about to become one.

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Adult Ticket Price: $25.00

Interestingly, this is not our first time presenting a guitar/accordion duo (remember Julien Labro and Jason Vieaux?). This concert should prove just as extraordinary as two celebrated instrumentalists come together for an evening of intimate musical connections to explore their common Balkan roots and shared love of classical and traditional music. In a program that includes original compositions; arrangements of Falla, Bartók, and Satie; and the mournful music of sevdah (sometimes called 'Bosnian blues'), Ključo and Tadić share the fruits of their unique musical partnership and heritage, creating unforgettably beautiful and poignant music.

Guy Mendilow Ensemble: Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom
Adult Ticket Price: $30.00

A cultural diaspora told through song and story, “Tales from the Forgotten Kingdom” traces the history of the Sephardic Ladino-speaking people. Expelled from their homes in Spain and Portugal in the 15th century, they wound their way through Europe, settling and bringing their distinctive music, food, language, and culture to Sarajevo, Salonica, and Jerusalem. The award-winning Guy Mendilow Ensemble performs traditional Jewish Sephardi songs and legends, sung in the endangered Judeo-Spanish language, Ladino. Epic tales of sailors and love lost to the seas, fantastic dreams, and the intrigue of kings and queens all come to life in a performance that crackles with rich musical storytelling, beautiful singing, and exquisite arrangements.

Pacifica String Quartet
Adult Ticket Price: $35.00

We look forward to welcoming the Pacifica
back to the Lane stage. Much loved by our audience and recognized
for its virtuosity, exuberant performance style, and daring repertory choices,
the Pacifica Quartet has gained international stature as one of the finest
chamber ensembles performing today. The Pacifica tours extensively throughout
the United States, Europe, Asia, and Australia, playing regularly in the
world’s major concert halls to popular acclaim, and is also currently the
quartet-in-residence at the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. The
program includes the Quartet in G minor,
Op. 76, No. 1 by Haydn
; Quartet No.
3 by Shostakovich
; and the Quartet
in F Major, Op. 59, No. 1 by Beethoven

Las Cafeteras
Adult Ticket Price: $25.00

Young, energetic, traditional, political, and cutting edge, this East LA band’s sounds derive from Veracruz,
Mexico, and the rhythms of the infectious musical form Son Jarocho. Formed in a neighborhood café, Las Cafeteras uses Afro-Mexican rhythms, Afro-Caribbean marimbol and cajón, and acoustic instruments like jarana, requinto, a
donkey jawbone, and a wooden platform called the Tarima to form the backbone of their music. Their songs incorporate
poetry in English and Spanglish with inspiring lyrics that tell stories of love
and the fight for justice and equity in a harsh environment. We’re excited to
welcome them back to Burlington after a sold-out show at Signal Kitchen this
past spring. In addition to their concert on the Lane Series, they’ll be
participating in workshops and class visits with UVM’s Latin American and
Caribbean Studies Program.

Lavrova/Primakov Piano Duo
Adult Ticket Price: $40.00

The Lavrova Primakov Piano Duo was established in August 2010. Since then, they have performed extensively throughout the U.S. and garnered accolades from audiences and critics. Their longstanding friendship and collaborative partnership translates easily to the concert stage, and they enter each project with a level of pride, respect, and devotion to their audiences. Trained at the Moscow Conservatory and at Juilliard, Natalia Lavrova enjoys a diverse international career and is also the director of the Music School of New York City. Vassily Primakov is a Juilliard graduate and a Young Concert Artists Winner, and is hailed as a pianist of world class importance. He appeared on the Lane Series in 2012 and was joined for his encore by Ms. Lavrova. Their duo program includes the Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasie by Tchaikovsky; Suite No. 1, Op. 5, by Rachmaninoff; the Sonata for Two Pianos by Brahms; and La Valse by Ravel.

Atos Trio
Adult Ticket Price: $35.00

The Berlin-based ATOS Trio
(Annette von Hehn, Thomas Hoppe and Stefan Heinmeyer) has been performing
together since 2003. Praised for its warmth of sound, pitch-perfect unanimity
of phrasing, and dynamic interpretations, the ensemble impresses both audiences
and critics alike and performs regularly at prestigious venues and festivals
all over the world. The trio released several acclaimed albums of classical
repertoire and have also won several awards, including the
Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson International Trio Award and First Prize, Grand
Prize, and Audience Prize at the 5th Melbourne International Chamber
Music Competition. For the Lane Series, the ATOS will perform the Trio in B-flat Major, KV502, by Mozart;
Trio in D Major by Korngold; and Trio No. 2 in c minor, Op. 66, by

Adult Ticket Price: $36.00

It almost never happens: the instantaneous rebooking of a band immediately following the performance. But after last season’s spectacular holiday concert with Cape Breton Quintet Còig, we simply couldn’t resist. This ensemble of young Cape Breton musicians simply has the magic of great playing and singing, a warm and friendly stage presence, and, of course, the music, which is Celtic in tradition and new world in spirit and energy. Initially formed as a showcase band for the Celtic Colours Festival, Còig deserves the incredible accolades and sold-out houses that continue to grow as the ensemble matures into one of the truly great traditional bands performing today.