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Behind the Scenes: Opening Night: Bright Program Notes + Guest Artist


LexPhil launches the 2017/18 Season with Michael Torke’s dazzling Bright Blue Music and an array of lively works from the orchestral canon! Featuring Avery Fisher Career Grant Winner and pianist, Joyce Yang, making her return to LexPhil in Grieg’s tour-de-force Piano Concerto with regional choirs filling the Singletary Center...Read More

LexPhil Opens the 2017/18 Season with Colorful Works and Collaboration at Opening Night: BRIGHT


LEXINGTON, KY— The Lexington Philharmonic proudly kicks off their 56th season this Saturday, September 16th at 7:30 pm at the Singletary Center for the Arts. Opening Night: Bright featuring pianist Joyce Yang and combined choir from Asbury University, Eastern Kentucky University,...Read More

LexPhil Proudly Welcomes New Talent & Leadership for the 2017/18 Season


LEXINGTON, KY – The Lexington Philharmonic is proud to introduce new hires for the 2017/18 Season: Here Today, Hear Forever. LexPhil is very excited to share the skill and knowledge of its newest staff members and orchestra members as it continues to foster excellence and innovation in the...Read More

Gershwin & Tao: A Dazzling 2016/17 LexPhil Season Finale


The Lexington Philharmonic closes the 2016/17 Season Series with Gershwin & Tao, an ambitious program featuring modern masterpieces on Friday, May 12th, 2017 at 7:30 PM at Singletary Center for the ArtsConrad Tao, this season’s Garbulinska...Read More

Beethoven Symphony No.1 Premiered in Lexington, KY - 1817


The Lexington Philharmonic continues its 2016/17 Season, Hear it FIRST, with Beethoven & Brahms, a lively program featuring masterpieces of the orchestral cannon on Friday, April 14th at 7:30 PM at the Singletary Center for the ArtsPhiladelphia...Read More

Lexington Philharmonic Announces 2017/18 Season: Here Today, Hear Forever.


The Lexington Philharmonic proudly announces its 2017/18 season, Here Today, Hear ForeverLexPhil’s 56th Season celebrates living music as a collaborative force of the past, present and future, combining iconic masters of the orchestral cannon with...Read More

Beethoven, Brahms, and Bagpipes!


The Lexington Philharmonic continues its 2016/17 Season, Hear it FIRST, with Beethoven & Brahms, a lively program featuring masterpieces of the orchestral cannon on Friday, April 14th at 7:30 PM at theSingletary Center for the ArtsPhiladelphia Orchestra...Read More

Scott Terrell, Music Director of LexPhil - 2017 Engagements


The Lexington Philharmonic’s Music Director & ConductorScott Terrell will debut with three outstanding orchestras in 2017: St. Louis Symphony, Tucson Symphony, Kirchner-Waterloo Symphony, as well as returning to the...Read More

LexPhil Warms February with the Music of CARMEN


The Lexington Philharmonic continues its 2016-2017 Season, Hear it FIRST, with Carmen on Friday, February 10 at 7:30 PM at the Singletary Center for the Arts. World renowned Argentinean bandoneonist,...Read More

A Cathedral Christmas: Sonic Splendor and Resounding Acoustics


The Lexington Philharmonic continues its holiday concert programming with A Cathedral Christmas on Saturday, December 10, 2016 at 8:00 PM at Cathedral of Christ the King. LexPhil will present a diverse selection of sacred works, including selections by Stephen Paulus, Gerald Finzi and Ralph Vaughan Williams....Read More