Friday, September 14, 2007

The VSO hits the road in time for foliage season.

Made in Vermont Music Festival to Serenade Audiences Statewide.

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra will bring a musical harvest to towns across Vermont this autumn with its annual "Made in Vermont Music Festival." The popular series will travel across the state from Thursday, September 27 to Sunday, October 7.

The VSO will serenade audiences in nine locations. Its bounty this fall includes a quartet of serenades: two exuberant works for winds and strings by Dvorak and Tchaikovsky; a world premiere by Irasburg composer Sara Doncaster called "Rush Patrick's Vision;" and a special adaptation by Anthony Princiotti of Hugo Wolf's lighthearted Italian Serenade. Dr. Doncaster, Director of the Warebrook Contemporary Music Festival, was commissioned to write her piece by the VSO. All performances will be led under the baton of Anthony Princiotti.

Concert venues and dates are listed in the right-hand column.

Tickets can be purchased at a variety of outlets. Outlet information can be found at our website, Tickets for a majority of the concerts can be purchased through the Flynn Regional Box Office at (802) 86-FLYNN or by visiting their website, Special discounts are available for seniors and students.

Tourwide support is generously provided by Vermont State Colleges and Chittenden Bank.