Sharing music and teaching skills at a fall festival and throughout the year
The Richmond Symphony Orchestra joins with unexpected counterparts
Public concerts presented as part of the four-day event
50 Years Ago
New Orleans is a gluttonous, glorious place that’s totally weirdo and full of colorful characters, savory eats and arts. This curious amalgam makes it like no other place on earth, so it’s no surprise that it’s a hotbed of ever-present sound.
Imagine traveling to a destination just to join thousands of other like-minded music lovers. Not only will you get to see and hear some of your favorite musicians in person, you’ll hang with friends, meet other fans and maybe even discover a new favorite band or two – all surrounded by days of lyrical wonder far from home.
The beat goes on post-retirement for one of Richmond’s most accomplished players
Fifty years from now, they’ll still be playing our music on whatever devices or implants they’ll have. All of us boomers will be deader ’n Elvis, but the music of our generation, our rock, will still be of the ages.