Classical Music in Richmond This Fall: Yo-Yo Ma, Brahms Meets Radiohead, Danny Elfman and the Richmond Symphony and More | Music


The Richmond Symphony Orchestra has a promising season ahead, starting with a free Community Concert at Pocahontas State Park September 10 and the return of Music at Hardywood September 22 and November 17.

New this year, September 24, Steve Hackman’s Brahms X Radiohead brings together “Ok Computer” by Radioheads and the First Symphony by Brahms, both played simultaneously. On October 4, the famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma performs with the symphony orchestra, and on October 29, the Richmond Symphony Orchestra presents the music of Danny Elfman Tim Burton films come to life with classic scenes projected on the screen above the orchestra. The symphony will have many more classical and pop performances throughout the fall. Check for the full schedule.

Virginia Opera brought Wagner’s “The Valkyrie” in Richmond on October 14 and 16 and “The Penzance Pirates” November 18 and 20 at the Dominion Energy Center.

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