- Come to Concerts
- Learn About Us
- Meet the Players
- Discover Our Outreach
- Support Our Work
- Contact Us
LEXINGTON SYMPHONY’S 2013-2014 SEASON: MUSIC OF MASTERS!
LexSIX and LexFOUR 2013-2014 subscriptions are available for purchase online now!*
Join Lexington Symphony in 2013-2014 as it pays homage to some of classical music’s most distinguished composers with a lineup that features compositions by such musical geniuses as Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Mendelssohn, Stravinsky, and Tchaikovsky.
*Individual concert tickets for the 2013-2014 season will be available for purchase beginning in July.
CONCERT IN THE ROUND Sat. June 8, 7:00 pm Cary Hall, Lexington Q&A with Maestro McPhee and musicians, 6:00 pm Sponsored by SONIN FUND
Meet and mingle with professional musicians and gain a new perspective on the orchestra, which will be situated in the middle of Cary Hall for this informal and family-friendly (appropriate for ages 6 and up) concert in the round. This concert, the final in the Symphony’s 2012-2013 program, features favorite selections by individual sections of the orchestra (strings, woodwinds, and brass) and a performance of Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending by 16-year-old Lexington violinist Yuki Beppu. Audience members can change seats at each break between pieces, and can even sit right in the middle of the orchestra!
We Are Lexington!
Town of Lexington 300th Anniversary Concert We Are Lexington, MA! Memorial Day Mon. May 27 6:30pm Preshow/7pm Concert Tickets $10 at the door Lexington High School 251 Waltham Street, Lexington
Lexington Symphony, Lexington Pops Chorus, The Master Singers of Lexington and the Lexington Bicentennial Band join together in a special Memorial Day concert honoring the Town of Lexington’s 300th anniversary. Lexington Symphony Music Director Jonathan McPhee leads the combined choruses and orchestra in a world premiere of Lexington resident John Tarrh’s “Freedom” Symphony, which explores the theme of freedom through celebrated texts by Lincoln, Emerson, and others. The Lexington Bicentennial Band will also be performing a world premiere by Daniel Lutz entitled Seeds of Revolution.
Lexington composer John Tarrh shares the program notes for his Symphony No. 2, “Freedom” in SymphonyNotes!