Vermont Symphony Orchestra

NEW LOCATION | Proctor: Vermont Marble Museum

Vermont Marble Museum
52 Main Street
Proctor, Vermont 05765

Please note that the concert venue indoors is upstairs and, unfortunately, not wheelchair accessible. Limited seats are provided; feel free to bring your own camping chair.

Reminiscing with old friends, sharing memories, and playing our songs again–As we return to live performance, we also return to the familiar sounds and folk melodies that celebrate the season. Works by Antonin Dvorak, William Grant Still, Gwyneth Walker, Alexander Glazunov, and a suite of classic American musical favorites will bring a tap to your toe and a smile to your face. Relax with a free string quartet concert on July 9 at 6:00 p.m.

Mozart: Divertimento

William Grant Still: Danzas de Panama

Gwyneth Walker: “Arkansas Traveler” from Traveling Songs

Glazunov Novelettes

Suite of classic American musicals (Cole Porter – Anything Goes”; Gershwin/Silverman – “Fascinating Rhythm,” “Clap Your Hands,” and “Sweet and Lowdown”) 

Danish String Quartet: Shine You No More 

Dvorak: “American” Quartet, movement 4

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

Musicians
Woonkuo Soon and Jane Kittredge, violins
Russell Wilson, viola
Jonathan Brin, cello

 

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 inside at the Vermont Marble Museum. The concert venue indoors is upstairs and, unfortunately, not wheelchair accessible. For venue and program accessibility questions, please contact Grace Spain at 802-864-5741 or hello@vso.org.

 

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