Community Event

Lexington Symphony: Concert for Families(4/9)

A Musical Journey Through Time!

Saturday, April 9th, 3:00pm at Cary Hall

From chanting monks to Beethoven to Star Wars, watch the orchestra grow from a few ancient instruments to what you see today: a stage full of strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion. Selections from Bach, Tchaikovsky, Handel, John Williams and others punctuate our adventure, ending with a spine-tingling visit to A Night on the Bare Mountain – all in one hour!

This concert for all ages is the field trip typically enjoyed by all Lexington 3rd graders pre-pandemic. All of the instruments are introduced as they join the orchestra in this engaging, interactive program. If you have a current 3rd or 4th grader, this is a chance for the whole family to see the program they weren’t able to attend when field trips were not possible. 

Special performance!: 10-year-old violin prodigy Jihye Sophie Yun, a 4th grader at Lincoln Elementary School in Winchester, will play an excerpt from Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3.

This concert is based on Lexington Symphony’s award-winning educational program, Orchestrating Kids Through Classics.

General admission: $20 adult, $10 youth/student

Buy tickets and see safety protocols HERE!

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