Classical Incarnations at the Hof
Sep
9
7:30 PM19:30

Classical Incarnations at the Hof

Enjoy a variety of your favorite local classical musicians sharing their passion projects in a supportive, come-as-you-are setting with great acoustics.

Incarnations concerts now feature Bernie, a beautiful acoustic piano recently donated by Holt For Homes Realty and maintained by Daniel Stipe.

Doors open with bar and food service at 7:30pm, music begins at 8pm.

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Classical Incarnations at the Hof
Aug
5
7:30 PM19:30

Classical Incarnations at the Hof

Enjoy a variety of your favorite local classical musicians sharing their passion projects in a supportive, come-as-you-are setting with great acoustics.

Incarnations concerts now feature Bernie, a beautiful acoustic piano recently donated by Holt For Homes Realty and maintained by Daniel Stipe.

Doors open with bar and food service at 7:30pm, music begins at 8pm.

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London's Czigany Quartet at Studio Two Three
Jul
30
7:00 PM19:00

London's Czigany Quartet at Studio Two Three

FREE TO ATTEND - DONATIONS WELCOME
Four young London-based virtuosi will present a free evening of music for string quartet with works by Brahms, Beethoven, and Ligeti.

Presented by Wintergreen Performing Arts and Classical Revolution RVA. The color, interplay, and majestic vision of some of history's greatest composers will erupt in an unusual environment - a former industrial space turned art studio/event center.

Doors at 7pm, Music 7:30-8:30pm. The Veil Brewing Co. will offer a "Quartet" flight of artfully crafted ales to accompany this great performance. Snacks will be served in a relaxed, come-as-you-are setting. The sound of this space will surprise you almost as much as the mature interpretations of these four young ladies.

Coached by chamber music luminaries at the Royal Academy of Music in London, Czigány Quartet provides a rare and international collaboration not to be missed!

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Classical Incarnations at the Hof
Jul
8
7:30 PM19:30

Classical Incarnations at the Hof

Enjoy a variety of your favorite local classical musicians sharing their passion projects in a supportive, come-as-you-are setting with great acoustics.

Incarnations concerts now feature Bernie, a beautiful acoustic piano recently donated by Holt For Homes Realty and maintained by Daniel Stipe.

Doors open with bar and food service at 7:30pm, music begins at 8pm.

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Mar
28
12:00 PM12:00

March Mindfulness @ 1708 Gallery

March Mindfulness is back!

Take a break from the madness of your hectic workweek for 30 minutes of classical music combined with a heightened sense of awareness and an opportunity to bring your full attention to the present moment. 

Classical Revolution RVA, Chrysalis Institute and 1708 Gallery have joined forces to provide this unique experience for the Richmond community. The series is free and open to the public. 

Every Wednesday in March, a different solo instrumentalist will perform contemplative works by J.S. Bach, preceded by an introduction to mindfulness led by a Chrysalis Institute instructor. No prior experience with meditation or classical music is necessary to enjoy and benefit from this series. 

Wednesdays, March 7, 14, 21 (Candela Gallery) and 28.
12-12:30pm
1708 Gallery (319 W. Broad St.)
**March 21 at Candela Gallery (214 W Broad St.)
FREE

Performers
March 7 — Andrew McEvoy, guitar
March 14 — Caleb Paxton, viola
March 21 — Amy Casper Pintea, flute
March 28 — Adrian Pintea, violin

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Mar
21
12:00 PM12:00

March Mindfulness @ Candela

March Mindfulness is back!

Take a break from the madness of your hectic workweek for 30 minutes of classical music combined with a heightened sense of awareness and an opportunity to bring your full attention to the present moment. 

Classical Revolution RVA, Chrysalis Institute and 1708 Gallery have joined forces to provide this unique experience for the Richmond community. The series is free and open to the public. 

Every Wednesday in March, a different solo instrumentalist will perform contemplative works by J.S. Bach, preceded by an introduction to mindfulness led by a Chrysalis Institute instructor. No prior experience with meditation or classical music is necessary to enjoy and benefit from this series. 

Wednesdays, March 7, 14, 21 (Candela Gallery) and 28.
12-12:30pm
1708 Gallery (319 W. Broad St.)
**March 21 at Candela Gallery (214 W Broad St.)
FREE

Performers
March 7 — Andrew McEvoy, guitar
March 14 — Caleb Paxton, viola
March 21 — Amy Casper Pintea, flute
March 28 — Adrian Pintea, violin

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Mar
14
12:00 PM12:00

March Mindfulness @ 1708 Gallery

March Mindfulness is back!

Take a break from the madness of your hectic workweek for 30 minutes of classical music combined with a heightened sense of awareness and an opportunity to bring your full attention to the present moment. 

Classical Revolution RVA, Chrysalis Institute and 1708 Gallery have joined forces to provide this unique experience for the Richmond community. The series is free and open to the public. 

Every Wednesday in March, a different solo instrumentalist will perform contemplative works by J.S. Bach, preceded by an introduction to mindfulness led by a Chrysalis Institute instructor. No prior experience with meditation or classical music is necessary to enjoy and benefit from this series. 

Wednesdays, March 7, 14, 21 (Candela Gallery) and 28.
12-12:30pm
1708 Gallery (319 W. Broad St.)
**March 21 at Candela Gallery (214 W Broad St.)
FREE

Performers
March 7 — Andrew McEvoy, guitar
March 14 — Caleb Paxton, viola
March 21 — Amy Casper Pintea, flute
March 28 — Adrian Pintea, violin

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Mar
7
12:00 PM12:00

March Mindfulness @ 1708 Gallery

March Mindfulness is back!

Take a break from the madness of your hectic workweek for 30 minutes of classical music combined with a heightened sense of awareness and an opportunity to bring your full attention to the present moment. 

Classical Revolution RVA, Chrysalis Institute and 1708 Gallery have joined forces to provide this unique experience for the Richmond community. The series is free and open to the public. 

Every Wednesday in March, a different solo instrumentalist will perform contemplative works by J.S. Bach, preceded by an introduction to mindfulness led by a Chrysalis Institute instructor. No prior experience with meditation or classical music is necessary to enjoy and benefit from this series. 

Wednesdays, March 7, 14, 21 (Candela Gallery) and 28.
12-12:30pm
1708 Gallery (319 W. Broad St.)
**March 21 at Candela Gallery (214 W Broad St.)
FREE

Performers
March 7 — Andrew McEvoy, guitar
March 14 — Caleb Paxton, viola
March 21 — Amy Casper Pintea, flute
March 28 — Adrian Pintea, violin

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Feb
18
8:00 PM20:00

Classical Incarnations @ The Hof

Join us for an evening of solos, duos, trios and more featuring a performance by Cavalier 21 String Orchestra .

Cavalier 21 was founded in 2017 by music director Justin Williams in order to introduce the Richmond area a bold, youthful string orchestra sound. The orchestra is composed of 21 of the foremost string players in Chesterfield County all younger than 21. 

Free to attend.

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'Parlor Tricks' Album Release and Gypsy Jazz Party! @ Hofheimer
Feb
4
8:00 PM20:00

'Parlor Tricks' Album Release and Gypsy Jazz Party! @ Hofheimer

Classical Revolution RVA's 'Pairs' series presents classical music alongside another style altogether. This guitar-centered evening will feature a live performance of Andrew McEvoy’s new album “Parlor Tricks,” and a set of gypsy jazz presented by Django Tango.

"Parlor Tricks" is a solo classical guitar album that shows the influence of folk rhythms on two centuries of Parisienne society music - works by Chopin, Tárrega, Villa-Lobos, and Dyens.

Django Tango is directly inspired by the jazz manouche made famous in France by Romani guitar legend Django Reinhardt.

Music from 8pm-10pm

Advance tickets: $5 admission only, $12 admission with CD
Door tickets are $8, CDs sold at the event for $10.

Tickets: https://crrva.yapsody.com/event/index/187641?ref=elink

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World Premiere @ Candela Gallery, January 25
Jan
25
7:30 PM19:30

World Premiere @ Candela Gallery, January 25

Featuring Schuyler Slack, cellist in the Richmond Symphony, and Ieva Jokubaviciute, assistant professor of Piano at Shenandoah University. 

Schuyler and Ieva will perform the world premiere of Associate Professor at George Washington University Douglas Boyce’s Stretto Perpetuo , as well as the Beethoven F Major Cello Sonata, Kodály Sonatina, and Brahms E Minor Cello Sonata.

This concert is a celebration of a brand new piece by Douglas Boyce. The commission was made possible by the Allan and Margot Blank Foundation, a Richmond-based trust that promotes the commissioning and performance of contemporary classical music of Virginians, by Virginians, for Virginians. 

Doors at 7, music at 7:30.

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Nov
16
7:00 PM19:00

Birthday Bash with Beethoven's 5th @ The HofGarden

What better way to celebrate Classical Revolution RVA's 5th birthday than with Beethoven's 5th Symphony?

Celebrate with us at our Birthday Bash featuring a live, raw performance of one of the most famous, revolutionary pieces of classical music ever written. Daniel Myssyk will lead a full 40-piece orchestra, and you'll get to experience the music up close and personal. DJ Rattan will keep the party going well into the night. Come toast to five years of shaking things up in Richmond!

Doors at 7. Music at 8.

$5 in advance, $8 at the door. Purchase tickets here.

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Nov
10
9:00 AM09:00

#FlashBachFriday

This November marks Classical Revolution RVA's 5th anniversary and we'll be celebrating all week long!

Our second birthday celebration is actually a series of events! The city of Richmond will be ringing with the music of J.S. Bach as musicians pop-up all over the city for various #FlashBachFriday performances. 

Here's where you can catch our musicians:

8am at Sugar Shack Donuts

1501 N. Parham Rd
Richmond, VA

Kimberly Ryan, solo viola

 

8:30am at Sub Rosa Bakery

620 N. 25th St.
Richmond, VA

Ellen Cockerham Riccio, solo violin

 

10:30am at Sub Rosa Bakery

620 N. 25th St.
Richmond, VA

Ayça Kartari, solo bass

 

11am at Pop's Market

415 E. Grace St.
Richmond, VA

Sharon Cole Berg, solo piano

 

1pm at Pop's Market

415 E. Grace St.
Richmond, VA

Alan Pollack, solo piano

 

6pm at Bethlehem Lutheran

1100 W. Grace St.
Richmond, VA

Daniel Stipe, solo organ

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Nov
9
9:30 PM21:30

Quatro na Bossa + Classical Revolution RVA @ Flora

This November marks Classical Revolution RVA's 5th anniversary and we'll be celebrating all week long!

Join us at Flora to kick off our birthday week. Classican Revolution RVA will be partnerting with Richmond’s own bossa nova band, Quatro na Bossa, to present an evening of Brazilian classical and popular styles.

$10 at the door.

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Bedlam at Blue Bee
Nov
1
7:00 PM19:00

Bedlam at Blue Bee

Join us in welcoming early music ensemble Bedlam at Blue Bee Cider in Scott's Edition. The performance is free and open to all ages.

BEDLAM was formed by Kayleen Sánchez, soprano, and Laudon Schuett, lutenist, and is dedicated to exploring the rich repertoire of music for voice and lute in the 16th and 17th centuries. Bedlam is a colloquial term for the Bethlem Royal Hospital in London, England. At the time, it was an infamous psychiatric facility and an inspiration for artists and writers living around it. Perhaps the most famous musical reference to Bedlam is Henry Purcell’s “From Silent Shades and the Elysian Groves,” also known as “Mad Bess of Bedlam.” Both Kayleen (BM, MM in Voice) and Laudon (MM, DMA in Early Music) studied at the Eastman School of Music. Since forming in 2013, Bedlam has performed and lectured around the country. Bedlam’s first album is available on Soundset Recordings and Athyr Records. BEDLAM was the first Pegasus Rising ensemble, an award and title given by Pegasus Early Music to young professional musicians beginning their performing careers. It is not their goal to simply recreate performance practices of early music for educational purposes but to use the knowledge of such practices to produce vivid, visceral, and above-all, entertaining music. We hope you enjoy! 

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Aug
29
5:00 PM17:00

Wine Table Tuesday to benefit Classical Revolution RVA @ Quirk

Maple and Pine at Quirk's next wine tasting will benefit Classical Revolution RVA. A portion of the price, plus all gratuities will be given to CRRVA, so turn out, have some wine and support Richmond's classical music scene.

$17/person 4 tastings

For more information and to RSVP, visit the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2054266411504276/

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Jul
26
7:00 PM19:00

Seacrest Quartet at Blue Bee Cider

Classical Revolution RVA is proud to present the Seacrest Quartet, an exciting young ensemble out of South Florida performing works by Schubert, Ginastera, and Smetana. 

About Seacrest Quartet:

The Seacrest Quartet was founded on the idea that great music should be played with great friends. Members (Kevin Seto & Tinca Belinski, violins; Kaitlin Springer, viola; Axel Rojas, cello) hail from three continents, but have converged in the South Florida area where they actively perform for the community. Described as being “well balanced with passionate energy”, this group brings great vitality to the concert hall. Members have performed across the globe in festivals including Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival in Germany, Aspen Music Festival, Zeist Music Days Chamber Music Festival in the Netherlands, and the Garth Newel Emerging Artist Fellowship Program. They have performed in masterclasses for the Emerson Quartet, Pacifica Quartet, Jupiter Quartet, and the Muir Quartet, as well as for acclaimed artists such as Charles Castleman, Gilad Karni, and Elmar Oliveira.

The Seacrest Quartet is passionate about sharing music through education. They are currently Artists-in-Residence at the Conservatory School @ North Palm Beach and have a connection with the Florida Youth Orchestra that allows them to share the joy of music through outreach concerts on a broad level.

They are thrilled to have been awarded the Quartet Fellowship at Wintergreen Summer Music Festival, where they plan to continue their musical growth and achieve new heights!

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Jun
30
7:00 PM19:00

Mozart Solemn Vespers @ VMFA

Musicians of Classical Revolution RVA and the St. Edward Chorale will offer a rare opportunity to hear Mozart's Solemn Vespers in the VMFA's Marble Hall. Under the direction of Liz Goodwin, the 14-piece orchestra and 25-voice chorus will also perform Mozart's Ave Verum Corpus, Faure's Cantique de Jean Racine, and selections from Rachmaninoff's All Night Vigil. This free performance will conclude by 7:45, giving the audience time to explore the museum before it closes at 9pm.

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May
18
8:00 PM20:00

Open Mic & Sightreading Night @ Garden Grove

Join us for an evening of classical music and sightreading! We will provide an electric piano and mics. If you would like to sign up for the open mic, email becca.longhenry@gmail.com; if you would like to participate in the sightreading session, post in the discussion below to let us know what music you are bringing and what instruments we will need!

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Apr
23
11:00 AM11:00

Mozart Festival

The 4th annual Mozart Festival will take place on Sunday April 23rd in the arts and culture district in the Jackson Ward neighborhood. For this year’s festival Classical Revolution RVA will provide a chance for Richmond, VA’s classical community to take over the shops, bars, restaurants, and venues for a day-long festival which is free to the public. This year’s festival will feature a variety of ways to celebrate the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart while also enjoying the foods, drinks, and settings of this iconic arts district. 

For more information and a complete schedule, visit http://mozartfestrva.com

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