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Lexington Symphony Music Director Jonathan McPhee talks about the challenging artistic process of condensing Wagner’s masterful “Ring Cycle” in our latest SymphonyNotes blog post, “The Essential Ring: An Overview of a Masterpiece.”
Celebrate the sounds of the season with Lexington Symphony and the New England Tenors!
Join us on Friday, Dec. 2 at 4:00PM for Kids POPS and 7:30PM for Evening POPS!
Holiday POPS is a great evening of popular holiday hits and a wonderful way to share the musical experience of the season with the whole family. Join Lexington Symphony and New England Tenors for a special program of the best music for the holidays.
Friday, Dec. 2nd
Kids POPS – 4:00PM
Evening POPS – 7:30PM
Cary Hall, Lexington MA
For our full schedule, click here.
Support the music!
It’s a two-way street!
Your support fuels our passion and paves the way for each new season.
Your contributions enable us to plan adventurous programming, commit to exciting soloists, and perform new compositions, holiday classics, movie music and old favorites! Right here, in our own “backyard.”
You support education programs where Lexington 3rd graders (and thousands of children from greater Boston) hear a real live orchestra, learn the history of classical music, and are often inspired to play an instrument – a lifelong impact!
Thank you for making great music accessible – music created by devoted professional musicians and a world class conductor – enriching the quality of life in our community.