Lexington Symphony Season Opener
September 23, 2012
Lexington Symphony’s season opens on Sunday afternoon, September 23 with a program in honor of Lexington’s 300th anniversary. Talented young composer Sky Macklay has written a piece in honor of this anniversary: Dissolving Bands. In addition, the symphony will perform two exciting works of music dedicated to the love of place and of the city; Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon‘s City Scape and Ralph Vaughan Williams’ impressionistic “London” symphony.
Event Name: Lexington Symphony Season Opener
"We rehearsed the Vaughan Williams last night -..."
Comment posted by: Guest from USA, Sep 19, 2012
We rehearsed the Vaughan Williams last night - what a beautiful, transcendent piece. We can't wait to share it with our audience. The Higdon is a total crowd-pleaser, and the short opening work by... Expand