Calendar of Events

Upcoming Events:

Adult Chamber Music Camp
Monday–Friday, July 6–10
Burlington, Vermont
9:00 am–Noon daily
Quartet in garage; 5:00 pm informal performance on Friday
Tuition = $150 (financial aid available upon request)
This chamber music camp is held in a private home in Burlington, Vermont and designed for adult string instrument players of various ability levels. Musicians receive daily coachings from Me2/ Music Director Ronald Braunstein and cellist Bob Blais. Tuition is $150, with financial aid available upon request.

Each morning begins with a chamber music coaching, followed by some social time and snacks. Then, the entire camp convenes to rehearse a string orchestra piece together for the final hour of the day.

Our cello openings are full, but we still have room for violinists and violists. Contact us now if you are interested, as registration closes at 5:00 pm on Wednesday. Reserve your spot or request more information today by emailing Me2orchestra@gmail.com or calling Caroline Whiddon at (802) 238-8369.


Past Events:

Me2/Boston performed at Mental Health Awareness Day
Boston Children’s Museum (308 Congress St, Boston)
Saturday, May 23 at 2:00 p.m.
The orchestra performed as part of the annual celebration of
Mental Health hosted by the Boston Children’s Museum.

Me2/Burlington performed at Urban Pardes event10292151_666056796782646_9089992911683416465_n
Saturday, May 2 at 7:30 p.m.
DB Clarke Theatre, Concordia University
Montreal, Quebec
Me2/Burlington made its international premiere with soloist Paul Merkelo,
principal trumpet of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra! The program included the final movement of Hummel’s Trumpet Concerto, Coriolan Overture by Beethoven, and two movements from Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8.

Me2/Burlington Spring Concert

Thursday, April 30 at 8:00 p.m.
Contois Auditorium, Burlington City Hall
Free admission; donations acceptedPCC_Horizontallogo
Conductor Ronald Braunstein led the orchestra in works by
Dvorak and Beethoven. This performance was generously
sponsored by PCC, with additional support from the Vermont Community Foundation’s Concert Artists Fund.