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The Richmond Symphony will open their 2018-19 with guest pianist Lang Lang this Friday evening (September 21st) in the Carpenter Theatre at Dominion Energy Center.

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Thursday, September 20th

Alan Briceland begins the 8-week course that covers the time span 1914-18 and presents the causes, conduct and consequences of the war.
Tim Martin presents the first session of the 8-week course, a continuing class for Open University students, TSCOR. Meetings through Nov. 8.
Free conversation, reading skill, some grammar and more stories by Andre Klein. Eight weekly classes (through Nov. 8) led by Sabine Horn.
This course about the Constitution begins with a lecture by Tom Morris. Seven subsequent lectures occur weekly through Nov. 8 for OU students