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NEW VSO ON VERMONT PUBLIC

On November 23, 2022 at 8:00 p.m. we’re bringing new music to the Vermont Public airwaves: Canadian/Sri Lankan composer Dinuk Wijeratne’s Yatra and Sibelius’ Symphony No. 1, conducted by Tania Miller from our March 22, 2022 concert at The Flynn. Host Helen Lyons also includes two pieces of chamber music from our[…]

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Siskel and Ebert, meet Gusakov and Friedland

With 85 years’ combined VSO experience, David Gusakov (violin) and Peggy Friedland (piccolo) traded their music stands for laptops this month, serving as judges for the VSO/Middlebury New Filmmakers’ Festival (MNFF) award for excellence in music composed for film. Gusakov and Friedland were two of VSO’s six judges to review[…]

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Meet Tania Miller, the VSO’s Third Music Director Candidate

The VSO welcomes its third Music Director candidate, conductor Tania Miller, to the Flynn for an evening of exemplary music-making on March 26 (Buy tickets here). The concert opens with Sri Lankan-born composer Dinuk Wijeratne, described as “exuberantly creative” by the New York Times, and his explosive work titled Yatra[…]

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VSO Announces 2022 Spring Season Featuring First-of-Its-Kind Light & Visual Event, Internationally Renowned Pianist, and Return of the VSO Chorus

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra brings innovative and world-class musical events to communities across Vermont this spring.   The VSO opens its spring season with a statewide tour of the VSO Jukebox Quartet, featuring guest youth string quartet players in four Vermont communities. Then, it’s back to the Flynn in Burlington on[…]

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