Vermont Symphony Orchestra

Jaime Laredo
Music Director

Greensboro: Highland Center for the Arts

Highland Center for the Arts
2875 Hardwick St.
Greensboro, VT 05841

Were bringing small ensembles across the state with a series of free concerts on a Breweries Tour, Homes & Gardens Tour, and Gazebos & Bandstands Tour. Each of these venues enjoys a special theme, whether it’s the pomp and circumstance of a concert on the town green, the lush delight of music in historic home gardens, or the spirit of a brew pub. VSO musicians will visit 17 Vermont towns from St. Albans and Stowe to Greensboro and Grafton – join us!

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. Relax with a free woodwind quartet concert at Highland Center for the Arts on July 2 at 6:30 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.”

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

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

Concerts are weather permitting. Check back here or on social media on the day for final notice for rain calls.

Please note that this concert is held outside on the lawn of the Highland Center for Performing Arts. This venue is wheelchair accessible. For venue accessibility questions, please call the Highland Center directly at 802-533-2000. For program accessibility accommodations, please contact the VSO office at 802-864-5741 or hello@vso.org.

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