Join Lexington Symphony for a thrilling new season!
September 22, 2018 | Saturday, 7:30PM
Prokofiev | Classical Symphony, Op. 25 (Symphony No. 1)
Schubert | Symphony No. 8 D.759, B minor (Unfinished)
Mozart | Symphony No. 38, K.504 “Prague”
Sparkling with brilliance and imagination, these three symphonic works broke new ground when they were written. They are truly enduring classics, each marking the beginning of a burst of creativity for its composer.
November 10, 2018 | Saturday, 7:30PM
Verdi | Nabucco: Overture
Canteloube | Songs of the Auvergne
- Kendra Colton, Soprano
Hindemith | Mathis der Maler (Symphony)
Composers throughout history have captured the struggles and triumphs of cultures being preserved during times of turmoil. Through Verdi capturing the struggle of the Jewish people exiled from their homeland to Canteloube preserving the culture of the Auvergne region and Hindemith understanding the struggles of World War II, this concert will inspire and uplift.
December 7, 2018 | Friday, 4PM (Kids Pops) & 7:30PM*
December 9, 2018 | Sunday, 2PM*
*Featuring New World Chorale!
Join us for this growing Lexington tradition! Every season, Jonathan McPhee finds a new twist on popular music from the Holiday Season, ensuring a fresh experience that brings family and community together in the spirit of celebration.
A Lexington Symphony Signature Event.
February 16, 2019 | Saturday, 7:30pm
Stravinsky | Concerto in D
Finzi | Clarinet Concerto, Op. 31
- Bill Kirkley, Clarinet
Nielsen | Little Suite for Strings Op. 1
Stravinsky | Apollon Musagète
In Greek mythology, Apollo led the nine muses, who presided over the arts and sciences. Likewise, this program brings together a wide variety of styles that ignited the creative spark in choreographers such as George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. All of these works have a musical and visual narrative that is compelling and evocative.
March 30, 2019 | Saturday, 7:30PM
Prokofiev | The Prodigal Son
Mendelssohn | Violin Concerto, Op. 64
- Hana Chang, Violin
Franck | Symphony in D
This concert features three works that take a fresh look at the music of their time. The Prodigal Son was the creative spark of a collaboration that would last for years to come and would forge new paths for Prokofiev and ballet choreographer George Balanchine. César Franck’s Symphony in D combines musical styles never heard before, with luxurious, deeply emotional melodies. Hana Chang, our featured young violinist from Lexington is a rising star, winning accolades internationally.
Music from the Movies
May 4, 2019 | Saturday, 7:30PM
Following the Community Music Festival (2-5PM)
Cap off an afternoon of free family activities and performances that showcase an extensive array of local artistic talent and cultural diversity in and around Lexington with a ticket to our ever popular Music from the Movies in the evening with Lexington Symphony. Each annual Movie concert has a unique theme created by Jonathan McPhee that will encourage you to watch movies with new ears.
A Lexington Symphony Signature Event.
the more, the merrier
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TICKETING INFORMATION & WAYS TO PURCHASE
Lexington Symphony tickets are available:
• Online: Select a concert above and click "BUY TICKETS"
• By phone: 781-523-9009
• By mail: Make checks payable to: Lexington Symphony, P.O. Box 194, Lexington, MA 02420
• Box Office: Day-of concert (if available)
We have two tiers on most events for Student tickets.
Student tickets are for ages 13 and older.
Youth tickets are for ages 12 and younger.
Tickets are non-refundable.
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CARY HALL SEATING CHART
Cary Hall is an ADA compliant building. To reserve accessible seating please select those seats (as shown on the chart below) when making your purchase. For questions, please call 781-523-9009.