Achieving Excellence on Stage

In its 67th season, Richmond continues to be one of the smallest communities to support a professional symphony orchestra.

Supporting a Full Creative Life for All

The RSO is committed to championing policies and practices of cultural equity that empower a just, inclusive, equitable community.

Contributing to the Local Economy

Injecting more than $775,000 into the local economy annually, the RSO is both a cultural and financial asset to Wayne County.

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2024-2025 Series Concerts

Maestro Andrés Lopera returns for his second season as music director of your Richmond Symphony Orchestra with a lineup that harnesses the power, energy and exuberance of symphonic music.

What people are saying

rso brass players outdoors for christmas

"What a thrill!"

What a thrill to participate in a social event that seemed almost normal! This is just the type of creative performance that we've come to expect from the RSO.

—Jeff & Lynda Jackson

outdoor park concert outside

"Beautiful evening of music!"

The Rose Garden event was delightful. It was such a beautiful evening of music and connecting with others. Each musical interlude along the way was most enjoyable. I truly appreciate the creative way that the Richmond Symphony Orchestra has prevailed through this difficult time.

—Nancy Wuertemberger

"I want to see it again!"

I'm grateful for the ways RSO makes the symphony welcoming to our children. Community events like the sunset series that our kids can interact and not be quiet are only one example. At the symphony concerts, it's heartening when other patrons verbalize encouragement for seeing our kids and accept that they may not be silent. Plus, RSO's ticketing policy encourages us to share the symphony with our friends and their kids.

—Jason Blunk, Season Ticket Holder


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The RSO newsletter will make sure you are up to date on what the symphony has planned on the stage and in the community.

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