Helen Gillet

Dibden Center for the Arts 200 Pond Rd, Johnson, Vermont, United States

Helen Gillet is a singer-songwriter and surrealist-archeologist exploring synthesized sounds, texture, and rhythm using an acoustic cello. For someone with her varied background, New Orleans, with its mix of cultures and musics, seemed like a natural place to call home. She was born in Belgium, raised in Singapore from the ages of 2 to 11, […]

Marcie Hernandez Band

Dibden Center for the Arts 200 Pond Rd, Johnson, Vermont, United States

Marcie Hernandez’s music lives in cultural dualities. Born to Puerto Rican parents & raised in Rochester, NY, Marcie is a singer-songwriter with a sound that combines Latin rhythms & instrumentation with the feel & lyrical vulnerability of indie folk music. Each of her songs is a snapshot of her life, telling stories of love & […]

PAT Department musical: Nevermore

Dibden Center for the Arts 200 Pond Rd, Johnson, Vermont, United States

"A literary rock star in his day, Poe struggled with tragedy and addiction, poverty and loss, yet produced some of the world’s most original, visionary and enduring literature before dying in unexplained circumstances at the age of 40. At once gorgeous and grotesque, Nevermore blurs the line between fact and fiction, exploring the events that […]

Free

Danceland

Dibden Center for the Arts 200 Pond Rd, Johnson, Vermont, United States

A production of VTSU Johnson's Dance Club, this showcase is presented at the end of each semester to highlight the hard work of our students. Raffles will be held during the show to benefit the Dance Club's future productions.

Free

Concert Band Performance

Dibden Center for the Arts 200 Pond Rd, Johnson, Vermont, United States

An ensemble of students and community members collaborate throughout the semester to bring you this beautiful concert.

Free

Funk Fusion Performance

Dibden Center for the Arts 200 Pond Rd, Johnson, Vermont, United States

A semi-annual Polaris Satellite Production., this event showcases the musical talent of students with pieces they have worked on throughout the Spring semester.

Free