- $18 for one ticket for seating in the front or rear orchestra (up to $30 value)
- $45 for one ticket for seating in the mezzanine, plus one voucher for a beer, wine, soda, or water (up to $62 value)
- View the seating chart.
- About the concert: It’s part of RSO’s Dominion Casual Fridays, a series of concerts marked by their informal and relaxed vibes. During this 60-minute installment, the conductor (Steven Smith) and the host (Todd Waldo) will provide insight and stories behind the performance of…
- Stravinsky’s Petrushka: In this colorful ballet adapted for a concert orchestra, Stravinsky shows off his more economical and streamlined later style. Still, the music is narrative in nature, inspired as it was by the story of the loves and jealousies (and ghosts) of three puppets brought to life.
- After the concert: Head across the street to Vagabond Restaurant for a post-concert happy hour with some of the Symphony’s musicians.
What do you get when you combine 70 classical musicians, 150 singers, and 260 student musicians? A symphony with a little something for everyone. There are the frequent classical concerts, of course, such as Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, as well as the layered harmonies of the choral program. And in the Pops series, audiences hear symphonic arrangements of popular music, from horror-movie scores to the hits of Michael Jackson. Finally, the Youth Orchestra Program prepares youngsters for careers in the classical-music world by letting them play alongside the symphony. With such culturally omnivorous programming, it's no surprise the Richmond Symphony corrals over 200,000 audience members each year.