This month, our e-Newsletter tells about many great performances and opportunities for people of all ages. The Vermont Youth Orchestra’s Winter Concert, on Sunday, January 22nd at 3pm, features two amazing soloists. Tickets are available through flynntix.org. We’ve opened up … Continue reading
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This Sunday, January 15th at 3:45pm, Kevin Lawrence will give a masterclass for VYOA string players here at the Elley-Long Music Center. Mr. Lawrence is a graduate of the Juilliard School where he studied with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He … Continue reading →
Our November e-Newsletter is full of opportunities to hear the VYOA this holiday season. Enjoy an exploration of the role of text in vocal music at our Winter Choral Concert entitled Madrigalia: the Music of the Word. Catch a FREE concert … Continue reading →
We would like to extend a big thank you to RETN, our media partner for filming and producing our Flynn Center performance of the Vermont Youth Orchestra from Sunday, September 25, 2016. The full performance is now available for free … Continue reading →
Find reflections on our Fall Concerts from conductors, Edward Cumming and Dr. Yutaka Kono as well as Martha Pullen’s reflections on Autumn Promenade, our annual fundraising event. Also, reserve your tickets to this Saturday’s Rug Concert! All this and more fall … Continue reading →
Check out WCAX’s video for our flagship orchestra’s Fall Concert. Join us for the Vermont Youth Orchestra’s season opening performance as we welcome Maestro Edward Cumming to the podium. Click here to purchase tickets. We hope to see you Sunday!
There’s a lot of exciting things happening here at the VYOA this month and throughout the season. In our September Newsletter, you’ll get details about our Fall Concert weekend coming up later this month. You’ll also be invited to Autumn … Continue reading →