A partnership with Vermont Symphony Orchestra, an investment to enrich our communities through the arts.

Working with Vermont Symphony Orchestra (VSO), Northfield Savings Bank has developed the “NSB Innovation Fund,” a year-long sponsorship of select VSO programs that innovate within the space of musical performance. From specially-commissioned works, to cross-genre collaborations and unconventional venues throughout the state, our support aims to help sustain and connect Vermonters to a vibrant arts culture.

Mark your calendars for the following exciting programs and find dates and ticket information at VSO.org.

Jukebox at Artsriot

This innovative chamber music series, curated by Vermont composer Matt LaRocca, features a sliding-scale payment option and a singular concert experience. Performances in September, October, January, March, and April.



 
Epic Mozart

José Daniel Flores-Caraballo and the VSO Chorus are back for Mozart’s masterful and crowd-pleasing Requiem.

 
VSO at Higher Ground

Co-presented with Higher Ground and curated by VSO Creative Projects Chair Matt LaRocca, this innovative new series highlights guest artists from Vermont’s vibrant indie, folk, and rock scene. An inviting and relaxed concert setting, drink specials, and a charismatic host distinguish these concerts in the annual VSO lineup.


 
Hymns of Happiness

Guest conductor Sarah Loannides makes her VSO debut, opening with the second VSO co-commissioned work of the season, “DACA Symphony,” from composer Daniel Bernard Roumain. Prokofiev’s sparky and spectacular fifth symphony, written as “a hymn to free and happy mankind” while WWII was raging, offers a brilliant close to a brilliant season.