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Lexington Symphony’s 2013–2014 Season: Music of Masters
All concerts at Cary Hall, Lexington Center
Join Lexington Symphony in 2013–2014 as it pays homage to some of classical music’s most distinguished composers! Highlights include a collaborative performance with New World Chorale of Beethoven’s extraordinary Symphony No. 9, Gabrieli’s Music for Brass with double brass quintet, and a special presentation of Michael Gandolfi’s Winter Light with Lexington High School’s Chamber Choir.
Staying true to its community roots, Lexington Symphony will once again celebrate the spirit of the holidays with Holiday POPS! in December, while continuing its efforts to engage music lovers of all ages with the Kids’ Workshop and Concert in April, and the informal and family-friendly Concert in the Round in June.
Conductor’s Talk by Maestro Jonathan McPhee is held one hour before all performances (with the exception of Holiday POPS!).
Click here to view Lexington Symphony’s 2013–2014 season brochure.
June 14, 2014 / Saturday, 7 pm
Concert in the Round
Meet and mingle with Lexington Symphony musicians and gain a new perspective on the orchestra, which is situated in the middle of Cary Hall for this informal summer evening concert. Audience members can change seats between musical pieces, which are selected and performed by ensembles from the orchestra. Q&A with Jonathan McPhee and orchestra musicians at 6 pm.
Sponsored by the Sonin Fund
Information on our 2014-2015 season will be announced soon!