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Join Us for Our 2015–2016 Season!
Lexington Symphony marks its return to the newly renovated Cary Hall with a blockbuster season of great music that will inspire, educate, and entertain people of all ages. Our 2015–2016 season features a bold tribute to the great impresario Sergei Diaghilev; Holiday POPS! concerts and a Music from the Movies event for all ages; classics by Mendelssohn and Dello Joio; and the biggest orchestra and cast of singers in Cary Hall history, who will take the stage to present The Essential Ring, Part 1 — a selection of the greatest music from Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
Saturday, December 5
4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Sing along and celebrate the season with Lexington Symphony! Suited for families with children of all ages, our 4 p.m. Holiday POPS! concert features popular carols, sing-alongs, and a special visitor from the North Pole. The evening concert offers a festive atmosphere and musical favorites that evoke joyous holiday memories.
The best way to spread holiday cheer . . . is singing loud for all to hear! Lexington Symphony and Music Director Jonathan McPhee will give you the chance to do just that at our annual Holiday POPS! concerts on Saturday, December 5th!
Read more about this cherished holiday tradition in Lexington in our SymphonyNotes blog.