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Announcing Our 2015–2016 Season!

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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.



Tribute to Sergei Diaghilev and Ballets Russes
November 7, 2015
Saturday, 8 p.m.

Lexington Symphony launches its 2015–2016 season with an imaginative program that pays homage to iconic Russian artistic visionary Sergei Diaghilev. Eric Satie’s Parade blends a panoply of sounds such as roulette wheels, boat whistles, typewriters, guns, and sirens with the orchestra. Add to this two of McPhee’s favorites by Stravinsky, Petrushka and The Rite of Spring, and you have one unforgettable evening of truly great music that changed the course of artistic history.

Satie | Parade
Stravinsky | Petrushka
Stravinsky, arr. McPhee | The Rite of Spring

Sponsored by
Lexington Symphony
Concert Fund Partners


This year marks Music Director Jonathan McPhee‘s 10th anniversary with Lexington Symphony. His talent, dedication, and tireless focus have translated to tremendous organizational and artistic growth for the Symphony.

Read more about McPhee’s history with Lexington Symphony in our SymphonyNotes blog.