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September 28, 2020

Maestro Brotons Receives Lifetime Achievement Award From Clark County Arts Commission

We congratulate Maestro Salvador Brotons for being honored by the Clark County Arts Commission with the 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award. The announcement was published on the […]
March 25, 2020

A Message From Maestro Brotons

A message of community from our own Maestro Salvador Brotons. We can’t wait until we are able to see him again in Vancouver with the VSO.
November 16, 2018

CVTV Documentary Showcasing the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

November 1, 2018

Oregon Artswatch Review: October 19, 2018

November 1, 2018

VSO 40th Anniversary Season Opener Announcement on KGW8 Morning News

December 8, 2017

Columbian Article Focuses On End Of Year For VSO

The Vancouver Symphony had such success last year with its movie-themed concert that it has decided to close out the year again with a program of popular pieces. This time, however, the program will feature a mixture of light classical standards and newer pops numbers that will warm up the holiday spirit.
September 29, 2017

Anne Akkiko Meyers Performing this weekend with Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

VSO was recently featured on the "Live @ 7" segment of KGW news. Check out the video now
September 3, 2017
Anne Akiko Meyers

Anne Akiko Meyers joins Maestro Brotons for September concert

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra opens its 39th season with the return of international violin virtuoso Anne Akiko Meyers under the baton of Maestro Brotons at Skyview Concert Hall Saturday, Sept 30 at 3pm & Sunday, Oct 1 at 7pm. Anne has toured extensively for three decades and was the top-selling traditional classical instrumental soloist on Billboard charts in 2014.
July 19, 2017

Columbian: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra To Hold Free Concert

What the world needs now, Igor Shakhman said, is “an unforgettable, transformational experience.” “World-class is what we need to be, every time,” Shakhman said. “When I feel magic onstage, and I look out and see a sold-out house, I know we’re achieving our goal.” You can enjoy a free sample of that transformational magic on Thursday evening in Esther Short Park, as the group is led through a people-pleasing program by maestro Don Appert, an award-winning conductor-composer and head of the Clark College music department.