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WEST DOVER Amphion Baroque: "18th Century French and German Chamber Music": Jesse Lepkoff: baroque flute and recorder, Dana Maiben: harpsichord and organ, Christien Beeuwkes: soprano and cello, and Mollie Glazer: viola da gamba play works by Handel, Janitsch, Couperin, Hotteterre, Marais, Bach, and Telemann. Amphion Baroque is a group of world-class musicians specializing in music of the baroque, using historically informed techniques and instruments of the period. Amphion aspires to capture the true spirit and sounds of the 18th century, music of passion and style. 3 p.m. $10 to $20, sliding scale. West Dover Congregational Church, 104 Route 100. Information: 802-254-2273,

PUTNEY Bass Trombonist and Tubaist Bill Lowe's Signifyin' Natives: The band is an ongoing project of rotating personnel under Lowe's leadership. In its current iteration, the septet includes Bill Lowe (tuba, bass trombone), Hafez Modirzadeh (saxophones), Taylor Ho Bynum (cornet), Kevin Harris (piano), Ken Filiano (acoustic bass), Luther Gray (drums), and Naledi Masilo (vocals). Co-produced with the Vermont Jazz Center. 3 p.m. Next Stage Arts Project, 15 Kimball Hill. Information: 802-387-0102; Click for more info on Web in new window.


BRATTLEBORO Soup & Stories (Outdoors): Join us for soup and story sharing about how we're affected by the healthcare system and what we can do to protect Medicaid and win healthcare for all in VT. Are you or your family currently on Medicaid (Green Mountain Care) or Dr. Dynasaur? Are you uninsured or on an expensive plan because you make more than the Medicaid income limit? Do you avoid getting care because your deductible is too high? Are you saddled with medical debt? Do you or your loved ones have other difficulties accessing health care? All are welcome whether you have a story to share or just want to listen. Accessible restrooms available. Sponsored by the Vermont Workers Center. 2 p.m. Free. The Root Social Justice Center, 28 Williams St., 1st fl. Information and rides: 802-380-3903;



November 2021