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The Richmond Symphony Presents RAVEL: LE TOMBEAU DE COUPERIN, 5/1

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The Richmond Symphony Presents RAVEL: LE TOMBEAU DE COUPERIN, 5/1

One-hour long Rush Hour concerts are a great way to experience live music in an informal and relaxed smaller setting. Rush Hour concerts are perfect for those new to the orchestra experience, as well as for the most die-hard listeners.

We invite you to join us on Thursday, May 1 at 6:30 pm for Ravel: Le Tombeau de Couperin with conductor, Steven Smith, and featured soloist and RSO concertmaster, Daisuke Yamamoto. Rain or shine, this stylish program of charming and colorful works will transport listeners to a Paris cafe? on a spring afternoon!

Tickets are just $20 and include a beverage! Tickets online at richmondsymphony.com or 1.800.514 ETIX.

About the Richmond Symphony

Founded in 1957, the Richmond Symphony is the largest performing arts organization in Central Virginia. The organization includes an orchestra of more than 70 professional musicians, the 150-voice Richmond Symphony Chorus and more than 200 students in the Richmond Symphony Youth Orchestra programs. Each season, more than 250,000 members of the community enjoy concerts, radio broadcasts, and educational outreach programs. The Richmond Symphony is partially funded by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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