Arts, Dining & Entertainment

Unique presentation of Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s ‘Hammer & Glass’ at the Paramount

Courtesy Vermont Symphony orchestra
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra will perform “VSO Jukebox: Hammer & Glass” at The Paramount Theatre on February 10 at 7 p.m., featuring two percussionists for an immersive musical experience.

Feb. 10 at 7 p.m.—RUTLAND—The Vermont Symphony Orchestra (VSO)will present an extraordinary musical journey with “VSO Jukebox: Hammer & Glass.” 

This innovative concert experience breaks the mold as the VSO shakes things up by exchanging two string players for two percussionists, creating a whirlwind take on the popular Jukebox series. The audience will have a unique opportunity to sit onstage at The Paramount Theatre alongside the musicians, fostering an intimate and immersive musical connection.

Tickets for this one-of-a-kind event are available at a Pay-What-You-Can pricing structure: $15, $25, $35, plus tax/fees. All tickets are General Admission and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Program Highlights:

Opening from “Glassworks” by Philip Glass, arr. LaRocca

“Hammers” by Andy Akiho

“Boris Kerner” by Caroline Shaw

“Bawa” (traditional) arr. Sowah Mensah

“Duo for Violin and Cello,” Mvmt. III by Jessie Montgomery

“Head To Toe” by Molly Joyce

“Slide Rule” by Jeanne Woodbury and Josh Gottry

Closing from “Glassworks” by Philip Glass, arr. LaRocca

The Vermont Symphony Orchestra is dedicated to enriching lives through music, presenting engaging and diverse performances that inspire and connect communities, The VSO remains committed to fostering a love for music and pushing the boundaries of traditional orchestral experiences. 

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