Vermont Symphony Orchestra

Grafton: Windham Foundation

Windham Foundation & The Grafton Inn
Grafton Community Church at 55 Main Street
Grafton, VT 05146
Free Admission

Reminiscing with old friends, sharing memories, and playing our songs again – VSO’s musicians bring their version of a garden party to the lush surroundings of Vermont’s gardens and historic homes this summer. Experience a rich American patchwork quilt of colors, textures, and sounds as the VSO’s Woodwind Quartet takes the audience on a journey through 120 years of American music–from Tin Pan Alley to Carnegie Hall, from a bumpy bike ride with Alyssa Morris’s “Motion” to the fairgrounds with Amy Beach’s “Carnival.” Relax with a free woodwind quartet concert at the Windham Foundation Administration Building on July 3 at 4:00 pm. 

Experience a rich American patchwork quilt of colors, textures, and sounds as the VSO’s Woodwind Quartet takes the audience on a journey through 120 years of American music–from Tin Pan Alley to Carnegie Hall, from a bumpy bike ride with Alyssa Morris’s “Motion” to the fairgrounds with Amy Beach’s “Carnival.”

Musicians
Melissa Mielens, flute
Nancy Dimock, oboe
Kelli O’Connor, clarinet
Janet Polk, bassoon

This concert is made possible by generous support from Frances Alford, Sam Battaglino, Liisa Kissel and the Music Performance Trust Fund.

Concerts will be presented in line with COVID-19 guidelines. For more information, click here.

This concert will now be held inside at the Grafton Community Church, due to a forecast of rain. 

For program accessibility accommodations, please contact Grace Spain at 802-864-5741 or hello@vso.org.