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Women in Classical Music
March is Women’s History Month, and this year we're honoring women’s contributions both in classical music and the Richmond Symphony.

Throughout the history of music, women have been breaking records and blazing paths, but too often their contributions have gone unsung or unnoticed. The achievements, talent, and strength of women in classical music are as vital as that of the men whose names we know so well.


There's no better way to kick off this month's celebration of women than with this weekend's Masterworks performances, Beethoven in Vienna, conducted by Music Director Valentina Peleggi and featuring pianist Gabriela Martinez as our Florence Robertson Givens Guest Artist.

 Enjoy the features below & browse our March calendar of events.
HAPPENINGS

Women of RSSoM

Get to know the incredible women behind the Symphony's youth, education, and community engagement programs.
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Treesa Gold

Buckle up and hold on tight for a wild ride through the bizarre, entertaining, and brilliant world of music history with RSSoM instructor and violinist Treesa Gold.
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Rennolds Society

Laura E. McBride shares why she became a member of the Rennolds Society, which recognizes those who remember the Richmond Symphony in their estate plans.
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