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Orchestrating Kids Through Classics™, Lexington Symphony’s signature education program, was a huge hit in 2017! Read more about the program and see our monks, minstrels and special guest from the dark side in our latest SymphonyNotes blog post about OKTC.


Music in the Round

Saturday June 10th, 2017

Talk with Maestro Jonathan McPhee at 6pm; Concert at 7pm

 

Enjoy an intimate and informal concert experience ideal for families and all music lovers. Sit amidst the musicians on the floor of Cary Hall, up close and personal, as we perform nontraditional works.

Fanfare for a New Theatre Igor Stravinsky

Concerto for Two Horns in D Georg Philipp Telemann

I Spirituoso ma non Allegro

II Largo

III Allegro

IV Largo

V Allegro Assai

Concerto for Trumpet, Bassoon & Strings Paul Hindemith

I Allegro spiritoso

II Molto Adagio – Allegro pesante

III Vivace

Symphony Concertante in D Major Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf

I Allegro

II Andantino

III Menuetto

IV Allegro ma non troppo

Woodwind Quartet Bill Douglas

I Waltz Cantabile

II Nocturne

III Jubilation

IV Allegro cantando

Sonata for Viola 4 Hands and Harpsichord (s. 440) PDQ Bach

I Andanteeny

II Molto fast

III Ground Round

IV Allah breve

Contrapunctus IX from Art of the Fugue Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. Harry Herforth

My Spirit Be Joyful Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. Harry Herforth

 

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Students eagerly participate during a classroom visit with Symphony Musicians, Liz Whitfield, Barbara Oren and Bill Kirkley.

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