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Lexington Symphony's September 23rd concert features a world premiere of a piece commissioned by the orchestra in honor of Lexington's 300th anniversary.
Join the Lexington Symphony on Saturday, June 2 for an informal summer Concert in the Round. An informal Q&A with Maestro Jonathan McPhee and musicians will take place at 6pm. Concert begins at 7pm.
Lexington Symphony will receive a $10,000 National Endowment for the Arts grant to support its celebrated educational program, Orchestrating Kids Through Classics.
Lexington Symphony's bi-annual Kids Workshop and Concert is this weekend.
SymphonyNotes sits down with Lexington Symphony founding member and principal clarinetist Bill Kirlkley, who will perform Carl Nielsen's Clarinet Concerto for this weekend's program.
Learn about the school visits that are part of OKTC. Hear what the elementary school kids ask our musicians, and how our musicians respond!
The Lexington Symphony Holiday Pops concerts ring out tomorrow, Dec. 2, at 4 and 8 p.m. at Cary Hall.
The Lexington Symphony has been chosen as one of five orchestras to receive the 2011-2012 MetLife Governance Grant for Board Development from the League of American Orchestras.
Lexington Symphony gets up close and personal with guest artist, Matthew Truss who makes his debut in Lexington this Saturday, November 5. 8pm Cary Hall. Tickets are still available!
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