The North End Studio at 294 North Winooski Ave. in Burlington opened in September, 2007. This fully-equipped, multi-purpose space is available at modest cost for classes, performances, meetings, and gatherings of all kinds. Click here to read about the variety of activities that have already taken place and view the upcoming schedule of classes and concerts. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 802.863.6713 to schedule an event or class.
April Events and Classes at the North End Studio
Friday April 23rd 8 pm $8.
PossumHaw is a dynamic, original, authentic bluegrass and folk
quintet from Burlington, Vermont. Originally formed in 2004, the band
has evolved to combine award-winning, evocative songwriting and singing
with top-notch bluegrass instrumentation. On the stage, PossumHaw offers
a genuine, energetic, and highly entertaining performance without
gimmickry. The band is: Colby Crehan: lead vocals, guitar, piano; Ryan
Crehan: banjo, vocals, harmonica; Charley Eiseman: lead guitar, vocals;
Pat Melvin: upright bass; Steve Waud: mandolin PossumHaw has produced
two full-length albums: Madtom (2007) and Split-rail (2005). The band
has appeared at the Champlain Valley Folk Festival, First Night
Burlington, Higher Ground, the Long Trail Festival, and at venues around
Vermont and Massachusetts.
This will be our hometown CD Release show for our new album, Fortune's Name.
The Powder Kegs w/The Feverbreakers
Saturday, April 24th. 8pm $6
Powder Kegs are a Philadelphia trio recently transplanted from New York City, consisting of songwriters Dan Maroti & Ryan Dieringer, and drummer Sam McDougle. Their genre-bending, minimalist pop/rock & roll sound calls to mind songsters like Elvis Costello or Paul Simon. Their pop ditties are made crooning and confessional, their love songs infused with subtle psychedelia. There's a notable influence of folk music in their sound - the band spent four years out of a six year career as a Prairie Home Companion-lauded, street-performing, finger-pointing string band, a distinction which informs their new stripped-down pop explorations with a sense of folk nuance.
TPK released their debut LP, "You and Your Right Now", in 2008. It was recorded with Jeremy Backofen, producer of albums by The Felice Brothers, The Walkmen, Frightened Rabbit, & Mice Parade. On January 26th, they released their new E.P. "Empty Side,' which was produced by Philly's own (and best) Brian McTear (Mazarin, The A-sides, Espers) of Miner St. Recordings.
Japanese performing art workshop and shows
Sunday, April 25th. 5-7pm Suggested Donation $5
As part of the Asian Culture Workshop Series;"Hello" from:
Ni Hao (Chinese; UVM Asian Studies Outreach Program
Konnichiwa (Japan; TOYO group)
Sa-Wa Dee Krab/Kah (Thailand; UVM Asian Studies Outreach Program)
Sundays10:00-11:00 Dan Ran Zyu Jujitsu
Come and experience the simplicity and effectiveness of Dan Zan Ryu Jujitsu. This class teaches simple self defense techniques in a safe and non-violent manner. The instructor Daniel Fascilla is a 3rd degree black belt with over twelve years experience in teaching martial arts. Jujitsu teaches you how to look at the body from the standpoint of using mechanics to overcome what might be seen as weakness. All skill levels welcome, we always start with the basics.
– 8:30 PM Beginner Line Dance Class
Contemporary line dances to all types of music (it’s not just country any more!) No partner needed! All ages welcome (under 18 with parent dancing). Bring a friend and join us for some great low-impact exercise for mind and body.
$10.00 drop in. 6 class punch card $50.00.
Contact: Denise Brault 658-0096 Denise.Brault@yahoo.com www.DeniseBrault.com
8:30-9:30 PM Dan Ran Zyu Jujitsu
Come and experience the simplicity and effectiveness of Dan Zan Ryu Jujitsu. This class teaches simple self defense techniques in a safe and non-violent manner. The instructor Daniel Fascilla is a 3rd degree black belt with over twelve years experience in teaching martial arts. Jujitsu teaches you how to look at the body from the standpoint of using mechanics to overcome what might be seen as weakness. All skill levels are welcome, we always start with the basics.
Beginner, intermediate & practica with Elizabeth Seyler & Eloise Beal
8-10 pm: April 16th
If you have any ideas about presenting something at the
North End Studio, contact us to schedule a class, performance, film or other.
I hope to see you at something soon.
Ben - email@example.com; 802- 863-6713
The North End Studio is located at 294 No. Winooski Ave. Burlington, VT 05401.
Directions from Exit 14W on I-89:
Take exit 14W to merge onto
US-2 W/Williston Rd toward Burlington
Continue to follow US-2 W
Turn right at S Willard St
Turn left at Archibald St
Take the 2nd left onto N Winooski Ave
North End Studio/294 No. Winooski Ave will be on the left.
Click below for full map and directions.
The Grand Opening of Off Center for the Dramatic Arts!
Call for scripts for a 3-day Benefit Festival to be Presented June 3-5, 2010
at 294-6 North Winooski Ave, Suite 116B in Burlington, Vermont.
All Pieces should be 15-20 minutes in length, using a maximum of 4 performers.
All theatre styles welcomed. Please submit a copy of your script as a .doc or PDF File,
and include a brief cover letter telling us about your piece and your company.
Send these and all inquiries about the festival to: firstname.lastname@example.org