Musicians of all abilities
invited to play
The Richmond Symphony is inviting musicians of all ages and abilities to grab their instruments and play alongside the Richmond Symphony musicians for the ninth annual Come & Play. Come & Play has become a popular RVA tradition and reached its biggest orchestra to date last year with over 700 musicians in attendance. This year, story VCU’s nationally-renowned pep band, symptoms “The Peppas” will be a featured guest.
Richmond Symphony Come & Play 2015 will be held Sunday, check November 22, at Verizon Wireless Arena, Stuart C. Siegel Center at Virginia Commonwealth University. The concert begins at 6 p.m. Rehearsal is 2:30 – 5 p.m.
To join this year’s Come & Play, musicians must register online at www.richmondsymphony.com. Registration is $10.00 and parts are available for musicians of all levels. T-shirts are optional and sold separately for an additional $8.00.
There is no cost to attend the Come & Play performance as an audience member.
Come & Play registration is filling up quickly. Violin and flute registration has reached capacity and is now closed. Registration for all other sections will close on Friday, November 13.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to play alongside the city’s top classical musicians under the baton of Associate Conductor Keitaro Harada. Come & Play creates the largest orchestra in the Commonwealth, attracting 700+ musicians from across Virginia and beyond. This event is sponsored by CarMax and presented in support of music education in Richmond area schools.