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Roanoke, VA 24011-1406
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Ever the musical master of laughter and lover of life, Mozart invites you to “come and play.” Enjoy the exuberance of Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro and the beautifully energetic melody of the iconic Symphony No. 39. We close the concert with the music of Richard Strauss’s Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme. Originally written for a play intermingled with music, dance and singing, the piece completes a playful evening of music 6:30 (11/16) & 2:00PM (11/17) Illuminations with Maestro Wiley David Stewart Wiley,…Find out more »
Virginia’s beloved annual holiday event with over 250 performers on stage! We love Holiday Pops and so do our audiences! Join the RSO Chorus, Virginia Tech Chorus, & the Roanoke Valley Children’s Choir, the RSO and Maestro Wiley as we kick off the Holiday Season! It’s Virginia’s largest holiday tradition - an unbeatable concert experience at the Salem Civic Center. David Stewart Wiley, conductor RSO Chorus VT Chorus Roanoke Valley Children’s Choir Hollins ChoirFind out more »
Holiday Brass is turning into a new Roanoke tradition. Enjoy members of the RSO Brass Virtuosi in concert - their brilliant sound will dazzle you and put you in the spirit of the season! RSO Brass Virtuosi Jay Crone, leaderFind out more »
A triumph of music, Handel’s Messiah is a matchless Holiday tradition. Hear the exquisite choral writing and the finale “Hallelujah” chorus – featuring David Stewart Wiley and the brilliant sounds of our own Roanoke Symphony Chorus. David Stewart Wiley, conductor RSO Baroque Orchestra & RSO Chorus Adelaide Trombetta, soprano Samantha Miller, alto John Hugo, tenor Wayne Kompelein, bass Handel, Messiah: Part One, “Christmas” portion & “Hallelujah” Chorus (Concert performed without Intermission)Find out more »