Posts Tagged ‘Southern Vermont Arts’

Sherlock Holmes – Vermont

Posted on: August 25th, 2011 by Patti Eddington

The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire.

In addition to Bennington Battle Day activities the Park McCullough Estate will presents its final performance of the Victorian Mystery Playhouse Series for 2011.  Listen and enjoy “The Adventure of the Sussex Vampire”, one of the 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It is one of the 12 stories in the cycle collected as The Case Book of Sherlock Holmes.

This performance will be held at Park McCullough at 1 Park Street in North Bennington just around the corner from the Eddington House Inn on Tuesday August 16th (Bennington Battle Day) from 7-8:15pm.  Admission free.


Park Mc Cullough Sunday Concerts

Posted on: July 31st, 2011 by Patti Eddington

Summer Sundays at Four

The Park Mc Cullough House will host the third in a series of five concerts in its “Summer Sundays at Four” series.  This concert features local tenor Thomas Bodgan as well as Yoshiko Sato on piano and John Eagle on horn and will be held on Sunday July 31 at 4pm.

The program includes Benjamin Britten’s “Canticle” and other works for piano and horn and voice and piano and will take place in Park McCullough’s carriage barn.

The Park McCullough Estate is located just around the corner from the Eddington House Inn on One Park Street in North Bennington Village.  

Tickets: $22 for adults; $18 for Park-McCullough members; $12 for students. For more information, call 802-442-5441

Next up in the series:

August 7: Claudia Friedlander, soprano; Matthew Tuell, tenor; Lloyd Arriola, piano, in a recital featuring two of Arnold Schoenberg’s major song cycles.

August 14: A program of string trios and piano quartets performed by Chris Oldfather, piano; Andrea Schultz, violin, Michael Finckel, cello and Steve Larson, viola.

Hope you can join us this summer for one of these great concerts in historic North Bennington Village.


Live Music in Vermont

Posted on: August 5th, 2010 by Patti Eddington

Concerts on the Lawn

Don’t miss Park McCullough’s Summer Sundays at Four concert series in scenic Southern Vermont. The next concert is scheduled for Sunday August 15th and will feature The Claremont Duo.  Maxine Newman, on cello and Peter Ernst on guitar will perform “Schubertiade” – Schubert and His Time.

Historic Park McCullough is located on One Park Street in North Bennington Village Vermont, just two blocks from the Eddington House Inn.  The concert will begin promptly at 4pm.

All concerts will be presented in the renovated and air-conditioned Carriage Barn at Historic Park-McCullough and are followed by informal wine & cheese receptions with the performing artists. Tickets are $22 and are available online or at the door.


Summer Theatre in Vermont

Posted on: July 26th, 2010 by Patti Eddington

Dorset Theatre Festival Discount Tickets

The Eddington House Inn and several other Southern VT Bed and breakfasts are offering discounted theater tickets as a special offer through the Dorset Theatre Festival in nearby Dorset, Vermont.

Current play Fallen Angels is a Noel Coward comedy and is witty and fun.  This play runs through July 25th.  Next on tap is Murder on the Nile by Agatha Christie running from July 28- August 15.

The theatre is intimate, charming and air-conditioned.  The actors are fabulous and the price is right.  Purchased as a guest at the Eddington House, tickets for any performance are just $30.  Regular prices for single tickets are $37 Tuesday-Thursday and $42 Friday-Sunday. 

We hope you will take advantage of this wonderful Vermont Summer Theatre.


North Bennington VT Arts

Posted on: July 14th, 2010 by Patti Eddington

Summer Sundays at Four

Eddington House Inn neighbors, Park McCullough presents a wonderful summer music series, Summer Sundays at FourThe Summer Sunday Concerts at Four at Historic Park-McCullough bring world-class music and musicians to Southern Vermont in an intimate, perfectly acoustical setting.   

This fourth concert of the season will be held on Sunday July 18 at 4pm at Park McCullough in North Bennington Village and features soprano Ida Faiella, violinist, Barry Finclair and on piano, Charles Abramovic.  They are presenting music from women composers of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.

All concerts will be presented in the renovated and air-conditioned Carriage Barn at Historic Park-McCullough and are followed by informal wine & cheese receptions with the performing artists.

 The cost is $22 and Tickets are available online or by calling 802-442-5441.