Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s Jukebox Quartet – Music by the River
Friday, August 14, 2020 from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Part of Music by the River
Free and open to all. Donations welcome.
Advanced registration is required.
Advance reservation for this concert is available Monday, August 10 at noon. Reservations will close when we are at capacity and the link will no longer be live.
Patrons are required to wear masks and observe social distancing. Masks may be removed for eating and drinking. Guests are invited to bring their own picnics to enjoy on the lawn. Attendance will be limited to first come, first served. Advance reservations required. The concerts are free, with donations gratefully accepted.
About the band:
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra’s “Jukebox” Quartet consists of violinists Letitia Quante of Hinesburg, Brooke Quiggins of Bristol, violist Stefanie Taylor of Clarendon, and cellist John Dunlop of Jericho. The group was founded in 2017 when the VSO debuted its innovative Jukebox series. The ensemble was featured in recital at Dartmouth in 2019, and as the Arka Quartet performs private recitals and house concerts around the state. The drive to become a string quartet is rooted in these musicians’ deep love of sharing chamber music together. Their programs include the classics as well as genre-bending works and new compositions. The quartet brings their audiences on a journey of exciting discovery as they share their four voices in the ageless spirit of musical community.
The quartet’s performance is part of the Vermont Symphony Orchestras “Close to Home and Far Afield” series of live, outdoor community concerts around the state this summer.