Today, more than 200 years after his passing, the music of Mozart still speaks to us, moves us, and leaves us breathless. Valentina Peleggi conducts Mozart’s magnificent Symphony No. 36, the “Linz.” Plus, two exhilarating musical declarations: from our own time: Damien Geter’s “I Said What I Said”. And the Chamber Symphony of Shostakovich, arranged […]
This concert for all generations celebrates the inspiring message of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. through an uplifting and diverse repertoire featuring spirituals, hymns and other stirring compositions by Black artists of the past and present, with an emphasis on Virginia voices. The concert will start with a special welcome from the Black History Museum […]
The Bassoon Concerto of the 19-year-old Mozart, featuring Richmond Symphony’s own Thomas Schneider. Nicholas Hersh conducts Anna Clyne’s Sound and Fury and the music that inspired it, Haydn’s bold and bracing Symphony No. 60 (Il Distratto). Alberto Ginastera’ popular, Variaciones Concertantes, rounds out the concert.
This intimate concert showcases Richmond Symphony’s own Mary Boodell in C. P. E. Bach’s Flute Concerto. Guest Conductor, Emanuele Andrizzi, also leads the Orchestra in Stacy Garrop’s celebratory Spectacle of Light and Schumann’s euphoric “Rhenish” Symphony. Concert held at the Perkinson Center for the Arts in Chester (https://www.perkinsoncenter.org/)
The Richmond Symphony debuts in the intimate, new Perkinson Center for the Arts in Chester. Experience Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony. Mozart’s Overture to The Marriage of Figaro. And the moving Sonata Da Chiesa of Virginia’s own Adolphus Hailstork on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Be there for the first orchestra concert in this jewel of […]