The studio lies a few miles west of Brattleboro's downtown. Visit and enjoy all that the area has to offer: a vital arts community with music, theater, dance, visual arts, and crafts; great food and lodging; friendly and interesting people.
Unlike many towns its size, Brattleboro boasts a symphony orchestra, a music school, a renowned youth theatre and an active theatre community, a noteworthy art museum, a circus arts school, multiple choral groups, a jazz center, and a monthly gallery walk on first Fridays.
We have many instruments available for you to try. Please let us know when you are coming to ensure that Doug will be available to meet with you.
From the East:
Take Rt 9 from Keene to I-91 South at exit #3 just north of Brattleboro.
Follow Rt 9 by going south on I-91 to exit #2. At the end of the exit ramp turn right, going westbound, on Route 9 again.
*On Route 9, go 2.7 miles through West Brattleboro to Sunset Lake Road.
You will pass a directory sign with my name and the Chelsea Royal Diner on your right.
Turn right onto Sunset Lake Road.
Drive 2.2 miles from Rt. 9. On your left is a violin-shaped sign at 1138 Sunset Lake Road.
From the North or South:
Take I-91 to exit #2. After the exit ramp, turn west on Route 9 and proceed from * above.
From the West:
Traveling east on Route 9, Sunset Lake Road is a left ½-mile past the Brattleboro Veterinary Clinic (on the right) and ¼-mile past Rashed's Garden Center (on right).
If you reach a group of businesses including Rentals Plus and the Vermont State Police on your right or the Chelsea Royal Diner on your left, you have gone too far.
We recommend a stop at the Chelsea Royal Diner if you've been traveling for awhile or if you need a break while trying instruments. Visit their website for menu and hours.