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Richardson Symphony Orchestra’s 2024-25 season!


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Oct. 5 - Opening Night Concert: Beethoven & Berlioz

BEETHOVEN: Piano Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37
Kenny Broberg, piano
BERLIOZ: Symphonie fantastique

Experience the awe-inspiring power of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 with pianist Kenny Broberg and the daring creativity of Berlioz's Symphonie fantastique. Broberg's raw passion and brilliance illuminate Beethoven's pianistic masterpiece, while Berlioz's thrilling orchestration explores love, obsession, and dreams, all anchored by the unforgettable motif, promising a captivating journey through human emotion.

Oct. 20 - Symphony Sunset Serenade: Pops & Movies Magic

The Richardson Symphony in collaboration with UT Dallas presents an enchanting evening under the stars with a FREE outdoor concert that embarks on a musical journey for all ages featuring classic pop tunes and iconic songs from the movies. Grab a blanket or a lawn chair and join us on the UT Dallas campus at the Sciences Building (SCI) Courtyard for an unforgettable evening of live music.

Note: This is a free community event and not a ticketed mainstage season subscription concert.

Copland and Brahms

Nov. 2 - Copland, Kodály, & Brahms

COPLAND: Appalachian Spring
KODÁLY: Galánti táncok (Dances of Galánta)
BRAHMS: Double Concerto for Violin & Cello in A minor, Op. 102
Chloé Kiffer, violin
Horacio Contreras, cello

Visit the tranquility of American landscapes with Copland's Appalachian Spring, Kodály's Galánta Dances pulsating with Hungarian Folk tunes, and the romanticism of Brahms's Double Concerto featuring Chloé Kiffer (violin) and Horacio Contreras (cello). A musical enchantment where the beauty of nature, the vivacity of Eastern European folklore, and the depth of human emotion converge in perfect harmony.

Helbing Jazz Initiative

Dec. 7 - RSO featuring Helbing Jazz Initiative

Holiday classics with a jazz twist as the RSO and Stockton Helbing's Jazz Initiative unite for an unforgettable winter celebration. From the soulful sounds of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” to “The Little Drummer Boy” in the funk style of James Brown, you’ll be swingin’ in style as you celebrate the sounds of the season.

Capathia Jenkins

Feb. 1 - RSO featuring Capathia Jenkins

Prepare to be mesmerized as the symphony delves into the rich soulful tapestry of R&B alongside the dynamic vocal stylings of Capathia Jenkins. From heart-wrenching ballads like Dolly Parton's “I Will Always Love You” to infectious grooves like “Midnight Train to Georgia” by Jim Weatherly, Capathia’s powerhouse vocals will leave you not only entranced but tapping into the very essence of the genre's emotional depth and raw energy.

Mar. 1 - Elgar & More

ELGAR: Enigma Variations
TBD*: Piano Concerto
*Winner of the Ann & Charles Eisemann International Young Artist Competition

Unravel the mystery of the hidden "enigma" embedded within Elgar's Enigma Variations, 14 musical portraits derived from different acquaintances in the composer’s life. The mystery continues to unfold as we watch the piano concerto winner of the Ann & Charles Eisemann International Young Artist Competition take center stage and perform alongside the RSO.

Tchaikovsky and Sibelius

Apr. 26 - Season Finale: Sibelius & Tchaikovsky

SIBELIUS: Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47
Geneva Lewis, violinist
TCHAIKOVSKY: Symphony No. 4 in F minor, Op. 36

Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4 is a thrilling adventure packed with raw emotion, a bold brass fanfare, and lush strings intertwining a journey from introspection to triumph. Paired with Sibelius's Violin Concerto, where virtuosity meets emotion in a thrilling dialogue between soloist and orchestra, featuring haunting themes, breathtaking cadenzas, and a captivating finale with Geneva Lewis as the soloist.