Celebrate 25 Years of Lexington Symphony!

Join in the festivities marking our 25th anniversary with a suite of celebratory events this September:

Music in the Garden - Sunday, September 15 at 3:00pm

Christina and George Gamota’s Home
17 Solomon Pierce Road, Lexington, MA
Tickets: $25

Don’t miss our official 25th anniversary season kick off event! Enjoy light refreshments, performances by a local string quartet, LHS Jazz Ensemble & soprano soloist for November’s Carmina Burana performance, Holly Cameron. Limited Silent Auction of unique items includes events with musicians, private dinners with wine pairings, Patriots tickets with VIP parking, brunch with Maestro McPhee, and a one-of-a-kind art piece created from an old cello.

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Cary After Dark: Autumn winds - Saturday, September 21 at 7:00pm

Cary Memorial Library
1874 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA
Tickets: $10 each, children 12 & under free

Lexington Symphony’s Wind Quintet, featuring our principal woodwind players, presents the inaugural performance of Cary Library’s evening event series this season. Don't miss this unique opportunity to meet members of the orchestra and hear works by composers from this season's Symphony programs in an intimate setting. Program includes music by Beethoven, Stravinsky, Dvořák and more alongside other wind quintet favorites.

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Lexington Symphony’s 25th Birthday party community celebration

Saturday, September 28 at 3:00pm
Rain Date on sunday, September 29th

Emery Park at Depot Square
Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington Center
This event is free to all

Join us for a FREE community celebration of our 25th birthday! Featuring Lexington Symphony’s Brass Quintet playing a variety of classical, popular, and jazz selections, Abbott’s Frozen Custard, kids’ activities, and a free drawing for concert tickets and local gift cards. With something for everyone, this festive event celebrates a quarter-century of music making with the Lexington Symphony.

Be there at 4:30pm and lend your voice to a community sing of Happy Birthday to the Symphony!

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Lexington Symphony's home, historic Cary Hall, provides a grand auditorium, outstanding acoustics, accessibility, and air conditioning. Come for pre-concert talks with Maestro Jonathan McPhee, a full orchestra of renowned musicians, thoughtfully-arranged concert programs, and family-friendly events—all here in the heart of Lexington, Massachusetts.


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