Donations raised from our Season Nine Concert No. 1 on February 26th Concert totaled $7,900. These funds were given to the Vero Beach High School Philharmonic Orchestra to support their ambassadorial Concert Tour of Austria. A number of students performing with the Chamber were a part of that elite orchestra. Please visit our FaceBook Page to view pictures of their experience.
Any future donations to the Chamber Orchestra will go towards the purchase of music which will be donated to the High School and if there are sufficient funds at seasons end, to give a small scholarship to one or more graduating students pursuing music.
Concerts are free to all
As a non-profit, Vero Beach Chamber Orchestra relies on your support to continue operation. Donations allow us to perform here in the James A Sammons Auditorium, are used to purchase music which is donated to the Vero Beach High School Orchestra Library after a performance, and to honor our Conductor and Concertmaster with a small stipend.
Please continue to show your support by attending our concerts and making a generous donation at the door, or donating (at right). Please check our Facebook page, where you can find the most recent updates and events for the community. Thank you so much for your support!
All our concerts are performed at the Vero Beach High School Performing Arts Center, 1701 16th Street, Vero Beach, Florida.
Thank you for helping us send the VBHS Philharmonic to Austria!
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We are pleased to announce that our Season Ten will be a celebration of our 10th Anniversary with concerts Sunday, February 25th, featuring Hue "Fantaisie for Flute" with Soloist Judi Lampert, and Sunday, April 15, featuring Saint-Saens Piano Concerto No. 2. with Dr. Marcos Daniel Flores at the piano. Other selections you can look forward to are:
Beethoven: Overture of Fidelio
Georges Hue: Fantaisie for Flute and Orchestra
Schumann: Symphony No. 1 "Spring"
Faure: Pavane, Op.50
Saint-Saens: Piano Concerto No. 2
Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 1