RICHMOND, Va. -- The Richmond Symphony is hosting a one-of-a-kind virtual fundraiser concert, "A Night of Harmony," this Friday.
"The orchestra has recorded everything from home," Richmond Symphony's Director of Advancement and Patrons Communications Frances Sterling said. "So they’ve made lots of bass tracks and tried yo pick pieces that will be popular with a wide range of people."
The fundraiser will be more like a classical jukebox, you can attend from home and vote for the piece of music would like the symphony to play.
The audience will be choose works from a list posted at https://event.gives/richmondsymphony, so they can vote for the piece of music they would like to hear.
The evening will feature live and taped segments. Folks will get to meet the first-ever female music director, bid on a silent auction and enjoy performances from the chorus, the youth orchestra and the symphony.
"And they are getting stitched together, so you know you gonna put your $5 in and you can get a piece of music played," Sterling said.
The symphony will also honor former longtime Executive Director David Fisk at the event.
The live stream for "A Night for Harmony" is Friday, Feb. starting at 7 p.m.