The Manchester JournalPosted: 02/17/2015 02:43:43 PM EST
NORTH BENNINGTON >> Pine Cobble School and the Vermont Arts Exchange (VAE) have announced a collaborative concert featuring the region's most promising and dynamic young musicians. The concert will be held on Saturday, Feb. 28, at the Vermont Arts Exchange in North Bennington, on the basement stage. Doors open at 6 p.m. and music starts at 7 p.m. All proceeds will go to Pine Cobble School to benefit their arts program. Baked goods will be for sale, as well as libations by Thyme Tables catering. Tickets for the show are $10 per person ~ $25 for a family of 4 at www.vtartxchange.org (plus a small processing fee). Or call Toll Free 800-838-3006. Call for sponsoring a reserved table 802-442-5549
The evening will open with performances from the Pine Cobble students, including the Pine Cobble Rock Band. Among the Pine Cobble performers will be Sophie Lane, recent winner of Berkshire Idol and featured performer at many local venues, including the inspired Billsville House Concerts series; and Mariah Lewis, who has performed across the country, including solo performances at MASS MoCA's FreshGrass.
The second act features Take 2, a singer/songwriting duo comprised of identical twins Adrian Chirtea and Julian Woodrow. While they are both legally "Woodrows," Adrian has always used his Mother's last name, Chirtea. They sing harmony and play ukulele, guitar, piano and live in southern Vermont. In X-Factor Season 1, they performed in front of 4,000 people and made it to bootcamp, competing with 100,000 other acts to make the top 100.
The final act, The Snaz, is a dazzlingly original indie rock band hailing from Brattleboro where...MORE...