Lexington Symphony

WHAT CRITICS SAY ABOUT US

“. . . at Cary Hall you got outstanding Wagner. From the eight double basses’ grinding first E-flat, the Prelude to “Das Rheingold” burst into light, dancing, building to the release of the Rhinemaidens’ entrance. The orchestra was bright and vivid throughout, and McPhee offered an intensely dramatic reading of the score, with huge climaxes.”
—Jeffrey Gantz, The Boston Globe (on the Symphony’s 2016 presentation of The Essential Ring, Part I)

“…This orchestra is, in  two words, ‘top notch’; its playing is tight, crisp, and precise…Everyone’s enthusiasm for the music-making is palpable, as is the audience’s attention and appreciation.  This is classical music as it once was known in similar cities and towns across the nation, but which has, alas, disappeared from all too many of them.  In Lexington, it is growing instead.”
Classical Voice of New England

Press / Reviews

The following links include recent reviews and articles:

In the News, 2015-2016

5-24-16 – Lexington Minuteman: Lexington Symphony to hold Concert in the Round

5-8-16 – The Arts Fuse: What Will Light Your Fire This Week: Classical Music

5-6-16 – Boston Globe: The Informer: Lexington Symphony takes to the silver screen

5-5-16 – Lexington Minuteman: Lexington Symphony to Present “Music from the Movies”

4-4-16 – Boston Globe: In Lexington, the Essence of Wagner’s “Ring” Shines

3-24-16 – Arlington Advocate: 5 Things to Do

3-14-16 – Lexington Minuteman: Lexington Symphony to Present “The Essential Ring, Part I”

2-7-16 – The Arts Fuse: What Will Light Your Fire This Week: Classical Music

2-2-16 – Lexington Minuteman: Lexington Symphony to Present “Three Portraits”

1-10-16 – The Arts Fuse: 2016 Orchestral Winter/Spring Season Preview

12-4-15 – Lexington Minuteman: 5 Things to Do in Lexington (Dec. 5- Dec. 9)

12-3-15 – Lexington Minuteman: Events Around Lexington

11-29-15 – The Arts Fuse: What Will Light Your Fire This Week: Classical Music

11-19-15 – Lexington Minuteman: Lexington Symphony to Present Holiday Pops Concerts

11-18-15 – MetroWest Daily News: The Holiday Hustle: Ready or Not the Halls Will Be Decked with Crowd-Pleasing Holiday Shows

11-5-15 – Lexington Minuteman: 5 Things to D0

11-1-15 – The Arts Fuse: What Will Light Your Fire This Week: Classical Music

10-30-15 – Boston Globe: Mark Your Calendar: Classical Harmonies

10-28-15 – Lexington Minuteman: Upcoming at Cary Hall Memorial Building

9-24-15 – The Arts Fuse: 2015-16 Orchestral Fall Season Preview

9-15-15: Lexington Minuteman: Lexington Symphony Announces New Season

5-26-15 – Boston Globe: Lexington Symphony Releases 2015-2016 Schedule

4-15-15 – Colonial Times: Jonathan McPhee Celebrates a Decade with Lexington Symphony

3-20-15 – Lexington Minuteman: Lexington Symphony to Present “European Delights”

3-15-15 – Colonial Times: Lexington Symphony Presents “European Delights”

2-12-15 – Lexington Minuteman: 5 Things to Do in Lexington

1-27-15 – Lexington Minuteman: “Music from the Movies” to Take Place in Lexington

 


Current Press Releases, 2015-2016

5-20-16 – Lexington Symphony Presents Concert in the Round

4-26-16Lexington Symphony Presents Music from the Movies

3-8-16 – Maestro Jonathan McPhee, Lexington Symphony and Symphony New Hampshire Present “The Essential Ring, Part I”

1-22-16Lexington Symphony to Present “Three Portraits”

11-17-15Lexington Symphony to Present Holiday POPS! Concerts

10-9-15Lexington Symphony Returns to Cary Hall for 2015-2016 Season Opener

6-29-15Lexington Symphony Awarded Grant from Community Endowment of Lexington

5-21-15Lexington Symphony Brings “Concert in the Round” to Winchester

5-8-15Lexington Symphony Announces 2015-2016 Season

3-17-15Lexington Symphony Presents “European Delights”

1-26-15Lexington Symphony Presents “Music from the Movies”

 


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