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Virtual Vermonter - Chandler Music Hall

The Chandler Music Hall was first constructed in 1907, and by the time the Albert B. Chandler Cultural Foundation was formed in 1978 to maintain it, it had fallen on hard times. That was then, and now the hall has become the cultural center of Randolph. With its near perfect acoustics and Victorian architecture, the Chandler Music Hall hosts a wide variety of performances and projects throughout the year, including annual events such as the Mud Season Talent Show, New World Festival and Central Vermont Chamber Music Festival. You can find the Chandler Music Hall online, or reach them by phone at 802-728-6464.

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