RHPO 2023/24 Season

After nearly three years of silence in the concert hall, The Richmond Hill Philharmonic Orchestra is delighted to present our 2023/24 Season. This season is full of music that reflects hope, imagination, dreams, the fusion of nationalities, cultures and ethnicities, and a connection with literature, art and dance, to form a celebration of the manifestation of our collective culture.


October 21, 2023 • 8:00 p.m.

Like instruments in an orchestra, nature’s elements do not compete, instead they produce a harmony that sings to our eyes. Many composers have been inspired to describe earth, water, air, and fire through music that sings to our imagination. Join us to align your mind, heart, eyes, ears, and imagination as we share a symphony of sound that celebrates the Elements.


Jolly Holidays
(Holiday Spectacular on the Hill)

December 9, 2023 • 8:00 p.m.

The last month of the year is a “world of holidays.” Traditions vary, but the ingredient that permeates the holiday season is music. Join us for a celebration of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, with a variety of music that will delight children of all ages. Dress up in your favourite ugly sweater, hat, lights, colours of your celebrated occasion, that sparkly thing you never get to wear anywhere … and there will be plenty of chances to sing along with the orchestra and come together in spirit and song!



March 10, 2024 • 8:00 p.m.

The influence of music on human behavior has been studied since the dawn of time. Soundtracks across the ages have not only enhanced the movies we watch, but much of the music has become its own entity, for listeners to enjoy any time. Soundtracks presents a mélange of music across the ages in film, with something for everyone that make our hearts resonate.


True North Strong as We

June 30, 2024 • 8:00 p.m.

Canada boasts many treasures, envied across the globe. “True North Strong as We” celebrates all that is Canadian, with a new docket of symphonic renditions of our physical and cultural landscape. Bring your vocal cords to join together in song, share your pride, and meet new and old friends at this celebration of “We.”