June 1, 2018 – Richmond, Virginia: The Richmond Symphony is pleased to announce the formal launch of the 20/30 Group: a membership group for young adults who are interested in connecting with people their age through the arts. The 20/30 Group is a collection of individuals between the ages of 21-39 who attend concerts, engage in networking, social activities, and provide feedback to help the Richmond Symphony enhance programming and reach new audiences in the Richmond community.
Membership in the 20/30 Group includes: two orchestra level tickets to every concert (subject to availability), discounts on additional tickets, social and networking opportunities, volunteer opportunities, invitations to open rehearsals, special access to artists, concert pre-sales, discounted ticket rates, and more. Membership for the 2018/19 season begins on July 2, 2018. An annual membership costs $100 per year (paid in full) and a monthly membership for a full year costs $10 per month.
The 20/30 Group also offers several leadership opportunities to those who are especially interested in being more involved and making a greater impact.
The 20/30 Group will hold a kick-off event at Buskey Cider on Tuesday, July 24th from 6:00 to 8:00pm.
All are welcome between the ages of 21-39. Please RSVP at this link:
To enroll or for more information about the 20/30 Group visit:
https://www.richmondsymphony.com/who-we-are/richmond-symphony-2030-group/ or email
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About the Richmond Symphony
Celebrating its 60th Anniversary Season in 2017/18, the Richmond Symphony is the largest performing arts organization in Central Virginia, and its reach extends throughout the Metro Richmond region and across the Commonwealth from its home downtown in the Dominion Energy Center for the Performing Arts. The organization includes an orchestra of more than 70 professional musicians, the 150-voice Richmond Symphony Chorus and over 260 students in the four ensembles in the Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra Program. Each season, more than 200,000 people enjoy its live concerts and radio broadcasts. The Richmond Symphony also provides inspirational and immersive educational programming for over 55,000 students and teachers each year.
Its 40-week season (from September through June, plus an annual July 4th concert and summer concert series) includes the following series and programs under the headings of Classics, Currents and Community: Masterworks, Pops, Metro Collection, Casual Fridays, LolliPops, Rush Hour, Discovery, Come & Play, Messiah, Big Tent community festivals, and annual contracts with Richmond Ballet and Virginia Opera. The Richmond Symphony was recently named as one of 21 American orchestras selected as a leader in orchestra innovation by the League of American Orchestras through its Futures Fund Initiative. The Richmond Symphony is partially funded by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.
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Erin Frye: Marketing and PR Manager
p. 804.788.4717 ext. 121
Scott Dodson: Director of Advancement and Patron Communications
p. 804.788.4717 ext. 120