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The Vermont International Choral Festival is honored to announce the 2009 Massed Sing Concert Perfor
May 30, 2009 The festival begins with an opening ceremony for participants at the Stowe community Church on Thursday June 11th. Participating choirs have the opportunity to attend 6 hours of rehearsals in preparation for the Massed Sing concert led by Mr. Robert De Cormier. In addition attendees will be sharing their gift of song in performances at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, The Converse Home in Burlington and Shelburne Bay Senior Living Community in Shelburne on Friday.

Elisa Sepúlveda, Sam von Trapp

The New York Times
May 29, 2009 A short biography on Elisa Sepúlveda and Sam von Trapp

Wedding bells draw local woman to 'Sound of Music' lodge

Mansfield News-Journal
May 23, 2009 Does 'The Sound of Music' sound familiar? It does for LaVonne Moore, founder of WBCO-AM 1540, who has a special connection to the von Trapp family. Moore's great-nephew, Sam Edward von Trapp, 37-year-old grandson of Maria von Trapp, is getting married in Vermont next weekend.

The Hills are Alive with the Sound of Wedding Bells

Trapp Family Lodge
May 18, 2009 Grandson of Maria von Trapp bids "So Long, and Farewell" to the ranks of America's most eligible Bachelors

New England, I salute you

Mail on Sunday (UK)
May 17, 2009 Our destination was Stowe, a lively centre for cross-country skiing and famous because the real von Trapp family (The Sound Of Music) settled there after their daring escape from Austria during World War II. The pretty village ringed by mountains reminded them of their Alpine home.

Von Trapps Reunited, Without the Singing

The New York Times
December 24, 2008

STOWE, Vt. When Sam von Trapp, the grandson of Maria, the singing governess made famous by "The Sound of Music," graduated from college, his father offered him a deal: Sam could do whatever he wanted for 10 years before he had to return home here to run the family's ski lodge.

Family Travel with the von Trapp Family

Melanie Nayer,
We learned about octaves with do-re-mi and fought our fears with a few of our favorite things, but the most important lesson taught by Captain Georg von Trapp and the Baroness Maria von Trapp was the importance of family. The lesson lives on through generations and no where is it more prominent than at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont.

The sound of magic music history

Miranda Devine, The Daily Telegraph (Australia)
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