The Richmond Symphony will be offering a mix of in-person and live-streamed concerts this fall amid the pandemic,” states an unsigned item in Thursday’s (7/23) (Richmond, VA). “The symphony says it has been practicing socially distanced in-person performances at the Dominion Energy Center, with the alternative option of also watching from home. The fall season will open with two open-air concerts.… For in-person concerts … the following measures will be taken: The capacity of the Carpenter Theatre at the Dominion Energy Center will be reduced from 1,800 to fewer than 400 attendees to allow 6 feet + of distance between seats. Stringent health and safety protocols will be followed to ensure the safety and comfort of in-person attendees, with mask-wearing and temperature checks required, following best practice venue procedures.… Saturday evening Masterworks concerts will be live-streamed…. ‘We are excited to be offering live events and livestream experiences to connect us together in these isolating times …,’ Richmond Symphony Music Director Valentina Peleggi said. The Richmond Symphony will also be launching [a] new digital music school for the region’s school systems, home-schooled families, college students and adult learners. The pilot program begins on July 29.”