Meet VT Mozart Festival Artist Jennifer Grim at Big Heavy World Today!

grim Join Vermont Mozart Festival Orchestra musician and New York Chamber Soloist musician Jennifer Grim in downtown Burlington during a live radio interview, performance and reception at the offices of Big Heavy World, SKI Magazine, and community radio station 105.9FM The Radiator on Thursday, August 5, 4-6pm.

Radio host Robert Ready will interview Ms. Grim on-air at 4pm while guests will be welcomed to tour the radio station and offices of Big Heavy World, Vermont's independent, volunteer-staffed music office. At 5pm our VMF artist will join everyone in an editorial office of SKI Magazine (adjoining the Big Heavy World office and Radiator studio) for refreshments, conversation, and questions & answers. Seating on is limited and this will be a rare opportunity for casual interaction with the artist.

Refreshments will be provided by Cabot Cheese and Shelburne Vineyard. This event is brought to you by Festival sponsors Big Heavy World and 105.9FM The Radiator.

About Jennifer Grim: Hailed by the New York Times as “a deft, smooth flute soloist,” Jennifer Grim has performed across the United States as an active solo and chamber musician of both the classic literature and contemporary music.  In addition to the New York Chamber Soloists, Ms. Grim performs with the Zéphyros Quintet and the Proteus Ensemble and has performed with such groups as the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Speculum Musicae, Ensemble Sospeso, Ensemble 21 and the American Festival of Microtonal Music.  As a soloist, she has performed with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Yale, the Stanford Symphony Orchestra, Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra, and the Young People’s Symphony Orchestra.  Ms. Grim has two B.A.s from Stanford University and a M.M., a M.M.A. and a D.M.A. from Yale University, where she studied with Ransom Wilson.  She is currently on the faculty of Franklin and Marshall College, the Pennsylvania Academy of Music in Lancaster, PA, and the Newark School of the Arts in Newark, New Jersey.

Directions: Big Heavy World / 105.9FM The Radiator are located at 215 College Street, on the third floor. 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