THE VMLS PROGRAMS:
The Music Library Collection: Studio & Live Recordings by Vermont Artists.
'In Silver Light,' the critically acclaimed Vermont songwriter compilation CD.
The 1907 L.S. Gordon Storefront Restoration - our future archive.
The Vermont Jukebox Project, bringing Vermont-made music into Visitor Welcome Centers.
The Rocket Shop Radio Hour, broadcasting from the VMLS collection every Wednesday 8-9pm on WOMM-LP 105.9FM The Radiator (Burlington).
Coming in 2009: Our 'Timeline of Vermont' CD project, gathering 400 years of Vermont's music for CD and the web.
'Music for the Sky' Soundtrack to the Vermont fiddlers documentary by Nikolai Fox
The VMLS is located at 215 College Street, on the third floor of the building on the corner of College Street and South Winooski Avenue in downtown Burlington, Vermont - "America's Best Small City for the Arts" as voted by the U.S. Conference of Mayors [ MAP ]
Directions: From Interstate 89: Exit 14W (ramp exits in one direction only onto Main Street). Continue on Main Street down the hill toward Lake Champlain. Turn right onto South Winooski Avenue. For parking, turn right at College and take the first right into the Fletcher Free Library parking area, a city parking lot. (We're across So. Winooski Ave. from the Fletcher Free Library lawn). Other city parking areas can be located at this site.
Admission is free. Local lodging, restaurants and information can be found at the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Touring musicians are welcome to our wireless internet access and amenities.
We're adjacent to the Church Street Marketplace, Burlington's historic pedestrian mall featuring restaurants, street vendors, and more than 100 retail shops. The Marketplace has received the Great American Main Street Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and Burlington is full of award winning restaurants.
Church Street Marketplace. Photo by Andre Jenny, Courtesy Vermont Department of Tourism & Marketing.
Approximate driving times to Burlington:
Visitors to the state will find helpful information at VermontVacation.com.
Download the VMLS brochure (PDF).
Photos by Kendra Notte.