Ticketing

Concert at Longwood University

Jarman Auditorium at Longwood University 201 High Street, Farmville, VA

Free; No ticket required. Parking for the concert is available in the Wheeler Lot on Griffin Boulevard. For more information about this concert, please call the Longwood Department of Music at 434-395-2504 or email music@longwood.edu.

History Notes

Virginia Museum of History & Culture 428 N Arthur Ashe Blvd, Richmond

Join the Richmond Symphony and the Virginia Museum of History & Culture for a special evening of music and history. History Notes will feature a brief history talk featuring rare items from the VMHC collections followed by inspired musical selections played by a chamber ensemble of some of Richmond's most talented musicians. Following the musical […]

Symphony Series 5 Companion Class

Virtual

Complement your subscription with our Symphony Series Companion Course!  Each class in this unique companion course will focus on the repertoire of the Symphony’s next Symphony Series concert and feature a special guest with a critical role in the performance. Through recordings, images, scholarship, biographies, backstage stories, and discussion we will listen and engage more […]

$20
Recurring

Dracula

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Get swept up in a gothic romance this Valentine's Day weekend! The Virginia premiere of Ben Stevenson's Dracula is certain to enthrall audiences with its powerful choreography, haunting score, and spectacular production elements. A bold, dramatic ballet, Dracula takes the classic tale of the titular vampire and his brides to all new heights. Dracula is recommended for […]

Recurring

Dracula

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Get swept up in a gothic romance this Valentine's Day weekend! The Virginia premiere of Ben Stevenson's Dracula is certain to enthrall audiences with its powerful choreography, haunting score, and spectacular production elements. A bold, dramatic ballet, Dracula takes the classic tale of the titular vampire and his brides to all new heights. Dracula is recommended for […]

Recurring

Dracula

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Get swept up in a gothic romance this Valentine's Day weekend! The Virginia premiere of Ben Stevenson's Dracula is certain to enthrall audiences with its powerful choreography, haunting score, and spectacular production elements. A bold, dramatic ballet, Dracula takes the classic tale of the titular vampire and his brides to all new heights. Dracula is recommended for […]

Recurring

Dracula

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Get swept up in a gothic romance this Valentine's Day weekend! The Virginia premiere of Ben Stevenson's Dracula is certain to enthrall audiences with its powerful choreography, haunting score, and spectacular production elements. A bold, dramatic ballet, Dracula takes the classic tale of the titular vampire and his brides to all new heights. Dracula is recommended for […]

Recurring

Dracula

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Get swept up in a gothic romance this Valentine's Day weekend! The Virginia premiere of Ben Stevenson's Dracula is certain to enthrall audiences with its powerful choreography, haunting score, and spectacular production elements. A bold, dramatic ballet, Dracula takes the classic tale of the titular vampire and his brides to all new heights. Dracula is recommended for […]

Tchaikovsky’s First Concerto

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

"Worthless," declared the composer's friends. "Impossible to play". But Tchaikovsky refused to change a note of what became history's most popular piano concerto. Ukrainian pianist Dinara Klinton plays Tchaikovsky’s First Concerto. “She is a real virtuoso,” declares legendary pianist András Schiff. “A born pianist, a very natural player.” Plus Ravel’s seductive suite from Daphnis et […]

Tchaikovsky’s First Concerto

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

"Worthless," declared the composer's friends. "Impossible to play". But Tchaikovsky refused to change a note of what became history's most popular piano concerto. Ukrainian pianist Dinara Klinton plays Tchaikovsky’s First Concerto. “She is a real virtuoso,” declares legendary pianist András Schiff. “A born pianist, a very natural player.” Plus Ravel’s seductive suite from Daphnis et […]