VYOA Spring Concert Weekend – April 12-14

Join us this weekend for six concerts of beautiful music by five of our ensembles.  The weekend will kick off with the Vermont Youth Orchestra Chorus and Concert Chorale performing their concert, “Toward the Unknown Region,” at the Unitarian Church in Montpelier.  On Saturday, join us at our home, the Elley-Long Music Center at St. Michael’s College, for concerts by Presto, Vermont Youth Strings, Vermont Youth Sinfonia, and the choruses running all afternoon and evening.  Wrap up the weekend on Sunday night with a concert by the Vermont Youth Philharmonia featuring VYO senior soloist Ryan Wolbach performing Weber’s Concertino for Clarinet, and with special guests the Vermont Youth Saxophone Ensemble.  For full details, see below.

We hope you’ll join us this weekend to help celebrate the accomplishments of these fine young musicians!

Friday, April 12

7:30 pm—VYO Chorus & Concert Chorale
“Toward the Unknown Region”
Dr. Jeffrey Buettner, conductor
At the Unitarian Church in Montpelier
Tickets available at the door—$5 Adults/Seniors, $2 Students

Saturday, April 13

11:00 am—Presto—Asiat Ali, conductor
FREE concert!

2:00 pm—Vermont Youth Strings—David Gusakov, conductor
Tickets available at the door—$5 Adults/Seniors, $2 Students

4:30 pm—Vermont Youth Sinfonia—Jeffrey Domoto, conductor
Tickets available at the door—$5 Adults/Seniors, $2 Students

7:30 pm—VYO Chorus & Concert Chorale
“Toward the Unknown Region”
Dr. Jeffrey Buettner, conductor
Tickets available at 802-86FLYNN or www.flynntix.com
Adults/Seniors $12; Students $7

Sunday, April 14

7:00 pm—Vermont Youth Philharmonia
Yutaka Kono, conductor
Featuring Ryan Wolbach, clarinet soloist
With special guests, the Vermont Youth Saxophone Ensemble
Tickets available at the door—$5 Adults/Seniors, $2 Students

All concerts at the Elley-Long Music Center unless otherwise noted.

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