The 2019-2020 season of free public concerts on scheduled Saturdays at 2 pm in the Gellman Room at the Main Library begins in September 2019 and continues through April 2020. Concerts are presented by musicians and composers from Richmond, Virginia, and across the United States.
For the full Gellman Room Concert Series performance list, please check this season's event flyer.
SAI, an international music fraternity, presents a mix of classical and popular selections featuring pianists, vocalists and chamber groups.
The Richmond Boys Choir performs their 23rd annual concert, a holiday tradition at the Richmond Public Library.
Sara Levy was a major cultural trendsetter in Berlin who, over a long life straddling the start of the 19th century, was a powerful influence on both the Bach family and her grandnephew Felix Mendelssohn. Learn more about this extraordinary person – her enlightened culture, her social importance, and her musical world.
An exploration of truth, illusion and human nature through the contrasting voices of Jessica Wakelyn, soprano, and Erin Wind, mezzo soprano, with pianist Hope Armstrong Erb.
All baroque composers wanted to produce strong emotions in their listeners. Their music can speak directly to our feelings even after centuries of change. The music Jefferson Baroque has selected makes the performers say "Wow!" for many reasons. The concert is organized into segments like "Wow, that's flashy," "Wow, that's spiritual," and "Wow, that's romantic." Come and see the different ways 17th and 18th century music can move you.
24 Preludes, Op. 1, by composer Joshua Nichols performed by pianist Douglas-Jayd Burn.
The tapestry of American music is as varied as the people who call this country home. Hear how four contemporary composers draw on their past as they represent the future.
Lyrics, Learning and Laughter presented by the Greater Richmond Children's Choir.
Sarah Wendt, mezzo-soprano, and Hope Armstrong Erb, pianist, perform a collection of both French and American songs.
Moises Bonella Cunha, violin, Stephen Custer, cello, and Daniel Inamorato, piano.
A collection of Jazz and R&B, such as, "Unforgettable," "Summertime," "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," and many more as performed by duo Stafford and Nichole Armstead.
A vocal mix of genres and styles performed by Elisabeth Dowdy, soprano, and Michele Baez, soprano.