On Friday, December 15, from 10am-6pm, come to Talbots in the Barracks Road Shopping Center to shop and enjoy light refreshments. During those hours, 10% of pre-tax sales will be donated to the Charlottesville Symphony Society. We'll see you there!
Mini-Season Subscriptions for the remaining 3 concerts of the Symphony’s 2017-18 season are available now and include a 10% discount on single ticket prices. Gift certificates for individual concerts or for a set dollar amount are also available. To purchase gift certificates or to learn more, contact Brian Simalchik at (434) 924-3139 or email@example.com.
Notoriously wracked by self-doubt, Brahms took fifteen years to write his first Symphony. After it met with overwhelming success, he composed his second in less than a year. The Second Symphony is the most overtly optimistic of all of Brahms’ symphonies, full of warmth and the pastoral charm of the quiet lakeside town where he crafted it. Here, it is paired with Haydn’s nimble Trumpet Concerto, performed by Principal Trumpet Rachel Duncan, and Ricercar, a work by up-and-coming American composer Nathan Shields.
On Friday, October 6, 2017, the Charlottesville Symphony performed three times (including with the Martha Graham Dance Company) before a crowd of 20,000 people during UVA's Bicentennial Launch Celebration on the Lawn. Click the link below to see photo and video highlights!
The Music Director Search Committee and the University of Virginia are delighted to announce the appointment of Benjamin Rous as the Charlottesville Symphony’s new Music Director. He will also join the UVA faculty as Associate Professor of Music.