Music At Hardywood 3

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery Richmond 2408-2410 Ownby Lane, Richmond, VA

The Richmond Symphony returns to Hardywood for chamber classics, craft beer, pizza, and fun. This evening's show is conducted by Music Director Valentina Peleggi and curated by Composer-in-Residence Damien Geter. The residency with Chesterfield born composer and bass-baritone Damien Geter will run for three years from 2022 to 2025. With this residency, the Richmond Symphony […]

Music at Hardywood 3

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery Richmond 2408-2410 Ownby Lane, Richmond, VA

The Richmond Symphony returns to Hardywood for chamber classics, craft beer, pizza, and fun. This evening's show is conducted by Music Director Valentina Peleggi and curated by Composer-in-Residence Damien Geter. The residency with Chesterfield born composer and bass-baritone Damien Geter will run for three years from 2022 to 2025. With this residency, the Richmond Symphony […]

Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Experience Richmond’s up-and-coming musical talent at the Richmond Symphony's Youth Orchestra’s winter concert. This concert is free, no ticket required.   The Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra (RSYO) offers a pre-college orchestra experience for the serious student musician. Nearly all members of RSYO study with private instructors and all are leaders in their school programs. RSYO […]

Music At Hardywood 4

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery Richmond 2408-2410 Ownby Lane, Richmond, VA

The Richmond Symphony returns to Hardywood for chamber classics, craft beer, pizza, and fun.  

Beethoven’s First

Louis F. Ryan Recital Hall 711 St. Christopher Rd., Richmond, VA

Vienna – 1800.  A struggling young composer completes a symphony.  The first of nine that will change the course of music.  And electrify audiences for two centuries. Chia-Husan Lin conducts Beethoven’s First Symphony, Haydn’s last Symphony, and works by two masters of our time – Vivian Fung and James Lee III.  

Beethoven’s First!

Blackwell Auditorium at Randolph-Macon College 204 Henry Street, Ashland, VA

Vienna – 1800.  A struggling young composer completes a symphony.  The first of nine that will change the course of music.  And electrify audiences for two centuries. Chia-Husan Lin conducts Beethoven’s First Symphony, Haydn’s last Symphony, and works by two masters of our time – Vivian Fung and James Lee III.  

Carnival of the Animals

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Our traditional 40-minute introduction to the instruments of the orchestra for elementary school students this year includes Camille Saint-Saëns’ beloved Carnival of the Animals in a performance featuring the young dancers of the School of Richmond Ballet. Meet birds, elephants, pianists, donkeys, kangaroos, and more in this thrilling performance for young listeners. Meet birds, elephants, […]

Carnival of the Animals

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Our traditional 40-minute introduction to the instruments of the orchestra for elementary school students this year includes Camille Saint-Saëns’ beloved Carnival of the Animals in a performance featuring the young dancers of the School of Richmond Ballet. Meet birds, elephants, pianists, donkeys, kangaroos, and more in this thrilling performance for young listeners. Meet birds, elephants, […]

Carnival of the Animals

Carpenter Theatre 612 East Grace Street, Richmond , VA

Our traditional 40-minute introduction to the instruments of the orchestra for elementary school students this year includes Camille Saint-Saëns’ beloved Carnival of the Animals in a performance featuring the young dancers of the School of Richmond Ballet. Meet birds, elephants, pianists, donkeys, kangaroos, and more in this thrilling performance for young listeners. Meet birds, elephants, […]

Music in the Galleries 2

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 200 N. Boulevard , Richmond , VA

Experience works of art in VMFA's galleries as the Richmond Symphony serenades your visit with a live performance. A collaboration between the VMFA and the Richmond Symphony. This concert is free - no ticket required!