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Richmond Symphony Orchestra Returns This Weekend With CLASSICS BY GREAT MASTERS

The concert is set for January 29.

Richmond Symphony Orchestra Returns This Weekend With CLASSICS BY GREAT MASTERS

The January concert is a celebration of works from the late 18th century to the early 19th century. We'll hear Mendelssohn's melodic Hebrides Overture (Fingal's Cave), inspired by an 1829 trip to a Scottish island, followed by Mozart's delightful Symphony No. 8, which he composed about a month before his 13th birthday.

Represented by his regal Sinfonia in D is a new composer to our concert stage, Salieri, mistakenly portrayed in Amadeus as a vengeful rival of Mozart. Completing the concert is a great example of Beethoven's symphonic output, his cheerful and engaging Symphony No. 4.

  • Mendelssohn-Hebrides Overture
  • Mozart-Symphony No. 8
  • Salieri-Sinfonia in D, "La Veneziana"
  • Beethoven-Symphony No. 4

Learn more at https://richmondsymphony.org/event/classics-by-great-masters/.



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