Farmington Valley Symphony Orchestra is one of Connecticut’s premier community orchestras dedicated to promoting musical excellence. We believe that classical music provides a magical experience that inspires, delights, and brings our community together.

Founded in 1981, the Farmington Valley Symphony Orchestra performs 6-7 concerts each season with a variety of classical, romantic and popular holiday favorites.  The orchestra serves Farmington, Canton, Avon, Simsbury, Burlington, Bloomfield, West Hartford & Hartford, as well as Greater Hartford and the Connecticut River Valley.  We are your local, civic orchestra and look forward to seeing you at one of our concerts!


Events

Please join us on Saturday, June 1st at 6:00pm for our popular outdoor lawn concert featuring the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein. Concert will be located on the lawn of First Church, 75 Main Street in Farmington, CT. Picnicking will begin at 5:00pm. Click Here for more information

 

News

FVSO thanks Simsbury Community Media for recording our recent concert, as the Farmington Valley Symphony Orchestra celebrated 10 Seasons with Maestro Jonathan Colby as Music Director!  This outstanding concert program featured the 100 strong voices of the Hartford Chorale joined by exceptional soloists. Hear the full forces of the FVSO joined by the superb organ at Christ Church Cathedral with Scott Lamlein at the keyboard.  Click Here to Listen

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Kerry Muenchow, as Concertmaster of the Farmington Valley Symphony Orchestra. Kerry joined the FVSO in 2019 after graduating from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). Kerry enjoys playing in the pit orchestra at the Bradley Playhouse and recently accompanied the MasterWorks Chorus Verdi Requiem at Carnegie Hall. She’s excited and honored to be a part of the continued musical growth and development of the FVSO. 

 

FVSO is grateful to be the recipient of grant funding from the CT Humanities and the CT Office of the Arts. These funds have been critical to the financial health of the orchestra, which, for two years, has had to cancel planned programs.


Partners and Sponsors

FVSO thanks our sponsors for their generous support!