Take Another Look At The VSO

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra Association, Inc., a state-assisted non-profit institution founded in 1934, exists for the purpose of fostering and encouraging the appreciation of music in all its various forms, with emphasis on orchestral, choral and chamber music. It seeks to raise the common standard of musical education and enjoyment, and to provide, at moderate cost, quality performances for a broad and diverse public throughout the State of Vermont.

This season, the VSO performed 39 concerts in 27 communities around Vermont. The VSO’s SymphonyKids educational programs reached over 26,000 school children in 278 presentations, serving 175 schools in 141 towns. The Orchestra’s season begins with the annual Made in Vermont Statewide Tour, which brings a chamber orchestra to smaller venues around the state during peak foliage. A five-concert subscription series takes place at the Flynn Center in Burlington and a three-concert subscription series takes place at the Paramount Theatre in Rutland between October and May. The VSO tours the state with a summer festival late June through early July, accompanying family picnics in many of Vermont’s most beautiful outdoor settings.

The Chamber is happy to welcome them as a new member

Vermont Symphony Orchestra
Sasha Vaut
2 Church St.
Burlington, VT  05401

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