Weather Update: Tonight’s concert will be outdoors. Tickets will be available at the gate.
The VSO returns on its beloved statewide summer concert tour with “Celebrate!” conducted by Music Director candidate Julian Pellicano. Alongside perennial Pops favorite music by John Williams (Liberty and Olympic Fanfares) and John Philip Sousa (the rousing Stars and Stripes Forever), we’ll enjoy strains of Bernstein’s West Side Story, Copland’s feisty Rodeo, Rossini’s William Tell Overture, Quinn Mason’s sparkling A Joyous Fanfare (described by the composer as “very embodiment of happiness and cheerfulness, an accessible work that would put any listener in a good mood”) and more. VSO Principal Trombonist Matt Wright is our soloist for the concert, which closes this year with a festive light display in lieu of fireworks.
Burke Mountain Ski Resort – 2559 Mountain Road, East Burke
Gates open at 5:30 pm for picnicking
Concert begins at 7:30 pm
Gate Ticket Prices:
Adult – $35, Ages 6-17 – $5, 5 and under – Free
Rain site: Lyndon Institute – 168 Institute Cir, Lyndon Center
We encourage you to bring:
– A picnic blanket or folding chairs
– Sunscreen & sunglasses
– Insect repellant
– Whatever you need to comfortably enjoy the outdoors
Sun umbrellas are welcome until the start of the concert. Flashlights are also suggested to help you find your way to your car after the sun has set. Smoking and animals (except assistance and service animals) are not allowed at any VSO show.
Please note: No outside alcohol permitted at this concert. There will be alcohol available for purchase on-site.
Julian Pellicano, conductor
Matthew Wright, trombone
John Williams – Liberty Fanfare
Copland – “Buckaroo Holiday” and “Corral Nocturne” from Rodeo
Eric Ewazen – Trombone Concerto No. 1 (mvt 1)
Suessdorf, arr. TBD – “Moonlight in Vermont”
Quinn Mason – “Running” from A Joyful Trilogy
von Suppé – Light Cavalry Overture
John Williams – Olympic Fanfare and Theme
Price – “Nimble Feet” and “Tropical Noon” from Dances in the Canebreaks
Nancy Bloomer Deussen – American Hymn
Bernstein – Overture to West Side Story
Gould – American Salute
Rossini – Overture to William Tell (finale)
Sousa – The Thunderer and Stars and Stripes Forever
Music Director Sponsor: Andrea Rogers
Musical Petting Zoo Instruments from:
Tour vehicle generously donated by Goss Dodge.
For accessibility information at this venue, please contact Grace Spain at 802-864-5741 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.