January 29, 2018

The Three B’s: Brahms, Beethoven and Brotons

The VSO is proud and excited to present the majestic marriage of the “Three B’s: Brahms, Beethoven and Brotons” at Skyview Concert Hall on February 24 & 25.
January 27, 2018

VSO Partners With Beacock Music & Conn-Selmer, Inc. To Present “An Afternoon With David Rejano”

L.A. PHIL Principal Trombone Presents Masterclass at Beacock Music For An Afternoon Filled With Music, Discussions & More FEB 22, 4-6PM ~ FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
January 20, 2018


Winners In Three Categories To Perform With Maestro Brotons & Orchestra
Sunday February 11th at 1 pm at Trinity Lutheran Church in Vancouver
December 29, 2017
Margaret McShea, bassoon

Bruce Dunn, Principal trumpet

Now in his 19th year as The VSO’s principal trumpet, Bruce B. Dunn is an accomplished freelance trumpeter who holds performance degrees from both Washington State […]
December 29, 2017
Dieter Ratzlaff, cello

Dieter Ratzlaf, Principal cello

Portland cellist Dieter Ratzlaf grew up in a musical family. He began cello studies at the age of seven and performed with the Portland Youth Philharmonic […]
December 29, 2017
Dr Igor Shakhman, clarinet

Dr. Igor Shakhman, Principal clarinet

Igor has been heard in recitals, chamber music concerts and concert appearances throughout Europe and the US. As an orchestral clarinetist, he has performed with the […]
December 27, 2017

January 21 Chamber Series Showcases Acclaimed Silent Film “The Mark of Zorro” with Live Music

The Vancouver Symphony’s Chamber Music Series continues its 2017-2018 season at the historic Kiggins Theatre with the renowned 1920 silent adventure romance The Mark of Zorro on Sunday, January 21 at 3 pm.
December 20, 2017
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

VSO January Classical Concert “Journeys”

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra Takes Audiences on a Musical Journey January 27 & 28 at Skyview Concert Hall Salvador Brotons conducts legendary symphonies by Haydn and […]
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.