|Vermont Symphony Orchestra (VSO)|
|Principal conductor||Jaime Laredo|
The Vermont Symphony Orchestra (VSO) is a symphony orchestra based in, and supported in part by, the U.S. state of Vermont. It is a 501(c)(3) corporation.  It is one of the few, and the oldest, state-supported symphony orchestras in the United States.
It performed in each of the state's 251 cities and towns between 1984 and 1986.
A part of the founding mission of the VSO is to make symphonic music accessible, at an affordable cost, to Vermont's mostly rural citizens. The Vermont Symphony Orchestra does not have a single home hall.
Chartered to bring music to the citizenry, the VSO performs in a broad range of settings including Robert Todd Lincoln's estate Hildene, the public lawn of the Vermont State House at Montpelier, the Flynn Center in Burlington, Shelburne Farms on the shore of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont, Trapp Concert Meadow and many town commons, opera houses and university art centers including Johnson State College, Middlebury College, Castleton State College, Lyndon State College, and the University of Vermont.
The VSO has extensive educational outreach with its Musicians-in-the-Schools and Orchestral Youth Concerts programs.
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