Vermont Symphony Orchestra Coming to LSC

Made in Vermont Music Festival Tour

September 10, 2012

Lyndon Ctr., VT.: The Vermont Symphony Orchestra will be in concert Thursday, September 27 at the Lyndon State College Alexander Twilight Theatre. The 7:30 p.m. show is part of the annual Made in Vermont Music Festival statewide tour. Anthony Princiotti will conduct.


This year’s performance will feature Symphony No. 25 in G Major by Joseph Haydn’s younger brother Michael, Sinfonia for String Orchestra by Shostakovich, and Symphony No. 5 in Bb Major by Schubert. University of Vermont composer David Feurzeig will present the world premiere of his commissioned piece, “High Water”.


Tickets are available through the Flynn Box Office online or by calling (802) 86-FLYNN and from these local outlets: Green Mountain Books in Lyndonville; and Catamount Arts Regional Box Office in person, online, or by calling (802) 748-2600. Ticket prices are: Adults $26; Seniors $22; Under 18 $13; Vermont State College Faculty/Staff $13; Vermont State College Students $6.


The Made in Vermont Music Festival tour is supported in part by grants from the Vermont Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. Additional support has been provided by the Lintilhac Foundation and Vermont Life Magazine.


The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is the nation’s oldest state-supported orchestra and one of the finest of its size. It gives around 40 annual performances statewide. The VSO serves year round with outreach programs, children’s concerts, and composer residencies, as well as choral and chamber music concerts.


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