Vermont Fiddle Orchestra Plays Celtic & Americana/Bluegrass in Montpelier for Make Music Day
Come and catch Vermont Fiddle Orchestra at the corner of Bailey Avenue and State Street in Montpelier on June 21 for Make Music Day. From 11 AM to 1 PM, a few members of Vermont Fiddle Orchestra will perform on the lawn in front of the Christian Science Reading Room, 145 State Street, Montpelier.
Known for playing music from Europe, Scandinavia, the British Isles, Maritime Canada, Quebec, New England, Appalachia and beyond, the VFO will perform a variety of Celtic and Americana/Bluegrass this June 21. The VFO has been performing in Montpelier and Vermont for over fifteen years now, and features professional soloists and director David Kaynor, who has over forty-five years of fiddle experience. The orchestra has between thirty-five and forty members, all of whom are local Vermonters, and range in experience from professional veterans like David Kaynor to beginners. Come get a taste of their style this June 21, on the corner of Bailey Ave. and State St. in Montpelier from 11 to 1!
If it rains, the performance will move to porch at VNRC, 9 Bailey Ave.
Photo courtesy of Vermont Fiddle Orchestra
Make Music Day in Vermont is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts and sponsored by:
Calamity & Crowe’s Trading Post
Front Porch Forum
University of Vermont Office of the Vice President of Research
Vermont Public Radio