Vermont Symphony Orchestra

COVID-19 Updates and Information

These are unprecedented times, with changes occurring each day that we would not have thought possible one year ago. One thing that will not change is that your VSO is here for you. While we can’t perform for you in person at the moment, we will continue to create, innovate, and share music with you however possible. We launched our virtual season in October with a livestream version of our popular series “Jukebox” and followed that with two virtual concerts in our “Music for Days Like This” series. We’re opening 2021 with another “Jukebox” concert streamed from ArtsRiot and there’s lots more to follow!

We still have a long and uncertain road ahead of us and are relying on the help of our faithful supporters during this trying time. We understand that our industry is not the only one that has felt the financial strain of the pandemic, but if you are able, we encourage you join your fellow Vermonters in making a gift to your VSO.

You can also support our musicians by taking lessons from them in everything from electric guitar to music theory (view the full list of remote lesson offerings here) or by donating to the Vermont Arts Council’s rapid relief fund, established to assist Vermont artists affected by cancellations.

If you purchased tickets for one of our canceled or postponed concerts and are curious about your ticketing options, visit our ticket-holder information page here.

Parents and students, we’re still providing educational services despite school closures. Explore our at-home music education resources here.

As for the future, stay tuned! We will continue to keep you posted about our offerings as we navigate this new landscape. You can stay in the loop by following us on Facebook and Instagram, or by signing up for our email list on our homepage.

Click here for a letter written in June to you, our friends and supporters, about how we’re adapting to our new normal.