The Reunion Music Society, Inc. (RMS) was co-founded in 1992 by Dr. Claiborne T. Richardson (1927-2020), an educator and musician. He was a native Virginian, long-time resident of Fairfax County, founder of the NOVA Annandale Symphony Orchestra, and the orchestra’s first conductor.
President: Ralph Brooker
Treasurer: Jeannie Perron
Recording Secretary: Brendan Slocumb
Corresponding Secretary: Miriam Doehnert
Board of Directors
Lawrence (Lou) Brundidge
Claiborne T. Richardson, II
Kevin J. Sheehan
The Reunion Music Society, Inc. is a nonprofit organization organized under IRS code 501(c)(3).
- to recognize the need to nurture and support young and/or unknown composers and performers, and help them to successfully introduce their works to the community
- to discover and present the compositions of little known composers and offer programs of seldom heard and/or performed music
- to foster and promote music of different cultures and heritages, and program performances for diverse audiences
- to provide financial assistance to local artists and composers, enabling them to reach audiences with their performances throughout the communities of the Greater Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area.