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    Mahler Symphony No. 5

    Presented by at Cary Memorial Hall (Battin Hall)

    November 10, 2012


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    Mahler Symphony No. 5

     The illustrious conductor Herbert von Karajan once said that hearing Mahler's Fifth Symphony is a "transforming experience."  Others have compared it to climbing Mount Everest, a religious experience and even the birth of new cosmic worlds.  Decide for yourself:  Lexington Symphony brings Mahler 5 to Cary Hall, Lexington, led by Maestro Jonathan McPhee.  Conductor's Talk at 7pm; Concert at...

     The illustrious conductor Herbert von Karajan once said that hearing Mahler's Fifth Symphony is a "transforming experience."  Others have compared it to climbing Mount Everest, a religious experience and even the birth of new cosmic worlds.  Decide for yourself:  Lexington Symphony brings Mahler 5 to Cary Hall, Lexington, led by Maestro Jonathan McPhee.  Conductor's Talk at 7pm; Concert at 8pm.

    "This orchestra is, in two words, 'top notch.'" - Classical Voice of New England


    Cary Memorial Hall (Battin Hall)

    1605 Massachusetts Ave
    Lexington, MA 02420

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    Price: $50/$40/$30; Students $20


     



    Phone: (781) 523-9009

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    From Route I-95/128: Take the Route 4/225 exit (Exit 31A) toward Lexington and proceed several miles. You will pass the town green and the center shops. Cary Hall is just beyond the post office and Town Hall on the left, at the top of the circular drive.

    From Boston: Take Route 2 West to the Waltham Street, Lexington exit and follow Waltham Street approximately 2 miles until it ends in the center of Lexington. Turn right onto Massachusetts Avenue. Cary Hall is just beyond the post office and Town Hall on the left, at the top of the circular drive.



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    • Event Name: Mahler Symphony No. 5
      "If you heard this group's Mahler 8 in 2010, which..."
      Comment posted by: Guest from USA, Oct 22, 2012

      If you heard this group's Mahler 8 in 2010, which was completely sold out, you know why critics and audience alike love Lexington Symphony. This is a not-to-be-missed event.

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