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SEASON

2015 2016


SEASON

2015 2016

The Lexington Philharmonic’s MONUMENTAL 2015-2016 Season is distinguished by works that unite major orchestral forces, world class soloists, and expanded collaborations. Our season opens and closes with two towers of the orchestral world. On Opening Night, we bring together powerful voices from four regional college choruses for Mahler’s epic Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection.” We close with four notes that changed the world, Beethoven’s magnum opus Symphony No. 5. These masterpieces bookend a MONUMENTAL season of programming that will leave no questions about the power of live orchestral music. Scott Terrell Music Director and Conductor, LexPhil


SUBSCRIBE TODAY! SUBSCRIBER BENEFITS PRIORITY SEATING Full Series subscribers get the best price for their seating section for all concerts included in the package. Full Series subscribers from the prior season and donors get first choice seating and are guaranteed their same seats on a season-byseason basis.

NOT USING YOUR TICKETS? Up to two days before the concert, any subscriber may donate their tickets back to LexPhil for resale and receive a taxdeductible donation receipt.

NO WAITING Avoid box office lines! Subscribers receive their tickets free in the mail, in advance, and receive free replacements for lost tickets.

CONTACT LEXPHIL email tickets@lexphil.org online www.lexphil.org phone 859-233-4226 or 888-494-4226 mail Lexington Philharmonic 161 N. Mill Street Lexington, KY 40507

MAY 1, 2015 SUBSCRIPTIONS GO ON SALE TO THE PUBLIC JULY 1, 2015 SINGLE TICKETS GO ON SALE TO THE PUBLIC


SEASON

2015 2016

SEASON PARTNERS

CRESCENDO PARTNERS INSIDE THE SCORE PARTNER

CENTRAL BANK

SEPTEMBER 18, 2015

7:30 PM, Singletary Center for the Arts HILLIARD LYONS, Premium Concert Partner MAHLER, Symphony No.2 “Resurrection” Karen Slack, soprano J’nai Bridges, mezzo soprano Featuring the college choruses of Transylvania University, Eastern Kentucky University, Asbury University, and Berea College

PHOTO: RONI ELY

TEMPUR SEALY INTERNATIONAL, INC

All Lexington Philharmonic photography by Richie Wireman unless otherwise noted. All dates, times, locations, artists, and programs subject to change.

LexPhil opens the 20152016 season with Mahler’s monumental Symphony No. 2 “Resurrection” and a showcase of regional vocal talent! Featuring Lexington-based soprano Karen Slack and J’nai Bridges, mezzo soprano, LexPhil unites regional college choirs to fill the Singletary Center with the vocal power of Mahler’s most famous symphony. POST CONCERT PARTY! Opening Night at the Apiary 9:30-11pm 218 Jefferson St Lexington, KY 40508 Tickets: $65

ANTHEM BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD BAPTIST HEALTH LEXINGTON J’NAI BRIDGES

SYMPHONY PARTNER

MAHLER 2

KAREN SLACK

SEASON SERIES PROGRAMS

PHOTO: KRISTIN HOEBERMAN


AMERICAN SOUNDSCAPES OCTOBER 23, 2015

7:30 PM, Singletary Center for the Arts UK HEALTHCARE, Presenting Partner COPLAND, Our Town GERSHWIN, Catfish Row, Symphonic Suite from “Porgy and Bess” CHRIS BRUBECK, Travels in Time for Three Time for Three: Zach De Pue, violin; Nick Kendall, violin; Ranaan Meyer, double bass In partnership with UK HealthCare and the Saykaly Garbulinska Foundation, Lexphil welcomes award-winning cross-genre string trio Time for Three back to Lexington for American Soundscapes! Chris Brubeck’s Travels in Time for Three swings to an upbeat sampling of styles, from Jazz to Baroque. Copland’s classic Our Town and Gershwin’s Catfish Row, Symphonic Suite from “Porgy and Bess” open an evening dedicated to the Lexington-based roots and future of American orchestral music.

TIME FOR THREE PHOTO: LEANN MUELLER


MOZART & MORE NOVEMBER 13, 2015

STEPHEN CAMPBELL

LexPhil shines in Mozart’s Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, the “Great G Minor Symphony” at Mozart & More! Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture opens, followed by Shostakovich’s playfully sublime Piano Concerto No. 1 featuring recent Van Cliburn finalist Fei-Fei Dong, piano, and LexPhil principal trumpet Stephen Campbell. LexPhil principal flute Pei-San Chiu leads the orchestra through John Corigliano’s sparkling Voyage.

PHOTO: ELLEN APPEL - MIKE MORELAND

PHOTO: RICHIE WIREMAN

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BEYOND THE SCORE : SCHEHERAZADE PEI-SAN CHIU

MENDELSSOHN, Hebrides Overture SHOSTAKOVICH, Piano Concerto No.1 Fei-Fei Dong, piano Stephen Campbell, trumpet JOHN CORIGLIANO, Voyage (for flute and string orchestra) Pei-San Chiu, flute MOZART, Symphony No.40

FEI-FEI DONG

7:30 PM, Singletary Center for the Arts

FEBRUARY 5, 2016

7:30 PM, Singletary Center for the Arts PHOTO: YUPENG GU

RIMSKY-KORSAKOV, Scheherazade, multimedia orchestral work featuring projected images, acting, and narration Fans new and old of Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade will delight in Beyond the Score ® Scheherazade, from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra! Dive deep into Rimsky-Korsakov’s world of inspirations in this dazzling presentation featuring actors, projected images, and excerpts from the score. Following intermission, LexPhil presents Scheherazade in its entirety.

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Beyond the Score ® is a registered trademark of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.


BEETHOVEN 5 MAY 13, 2016

JOHN ADAMS, Lollapalooza GUILMANT, Organ Symphony No.1 Paul Jacobs, organ BEETHOVEN, Symphony No.5 LexPhil pulls out all the stops for the final concert of the season with Beethoven’s magnum opus, Symphony No. 5! Presented with John Adam’s buoyant Lollapalooza and Guilmant’s majestic Organ Symphony No.1 with renowned organist Paul Jacobs, Beethoven 5 is an unforgettable close to LexPhil’s MONUMENTAL 2015-2016 season!

NEW WORLDS APRIL 15, 2016

7:30 PM, Singletary Center for the Arts SAYKALY GARBULINSKA FOUNDATION,

AVNER DORMAN, World Premiere, TBD AVNER DORMAN, Frozen in Time Simone Rubino, percussion DVORÁK, Symphony No.9 “New World”

SIMONE RUBINO

Presenting Partner

PHOTO: DANIEL DELANG

Journey to New Worlds with the World Premiere of LexPhil’s commission by Israeli composer, Avner Dorman, as part of the 2015-2016 Saykaly Garbulinska Composer-in-Residence Program. In addition, LexPhil will perform Avner Dorman’s Frozen in Time featuring 22-year old percussion phenom Simone Rubino front and center as he commands a battalion of percussive instruments. Dvorák’s most beloved work, Symphony No. 9 “New World,” closes the evening.

PAUL JACOBS

7:30 PM, Singletary Center for the Arts

PHOTO: FELIX BROEDE


SPECIAL CONCERTS

TAKE FIVE ON NEW YEAR’S EVE! featuring the Brubeck Brothers Quartet

CANDY CANE NOVEMBER 29, 2015

3:00 PM, Singletary Center for the Arts THE BLUEGRASS COMPLEX OF WELLS FARGO ADVISORS, LLC, MEMBER SIPC,

Guest Artist Partner

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The talented young musicians of Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra join LexPhil to perform the season’s most loved holiday music.

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DECEMBER 31, 2015

GLORIA!

DECEMBER 12, 2015 8:00 PM, Cathedral of Christ the King LexPhil returns to the beautiful Cathedral of Christ the King to present a diverse selection of sacred works, including excerpts from Handel’s Messiah and Vivaldi’s Gloria. The music of modern masters John Taverner and Eric Whitacre complete the program, featuring soloists Jason Slayden, tenor and Sarah Tucker, soprano.

7:30 PM, Lexington Opera House Send out 2015 with the Brubeck Brother’s Quartet! The high-octane jazz group presents the sounds of the legendary Dave Brubeck during LexPhil’s second New Year’s Eve concert, Take Five on New Year’s Eve at the Lexington Opera House.

POST-CONCERT DINNER! 9:30-12AM Portofino Restaurant 249 E. Main St, Lexington, KY 40507 Tickets: $80


SUMMER PROGRAMMING PATRIOTIC CONCERT JULY 3, 2015

8:00 PM, Transylvania University, Old Morrison Celebrate America’s birthday at the annual Patriotic Music Concert on the steps of the Old Morrison building on Transylvania University’s campus! Presented by: HILLIARD LYONS & DOWNTOWN LEXINGTON CORPORATION

PICNIC WITH THE POPS presents: AUGUST 14 & 15, 2015 Keeneland: The Meadow Gates at 6:00 PM / Show at dusk

WYCLIFFE GORDON

Night on Bourbon Street: A Tribute to Louis Armstrong featuring Wycliffe Gordon and his International All-Stars with the Lexington Philharmonic

Visit the sounds of New Orleans jazz with trombonist, composer, and vocalist Wycliffe Gordon at Picnic with the Pops presents: Night on Bourbon Street with Wycliffe Gordon and his International All-Stars with the Lexington Philharmonic! The joy and spontaneity of the music of the late, great Louis Armstrong and other jazz legends will be recreated at this Lexington summer tradition. Visit www.lexpops.com for more information!


EDUCATION & COMMUNITY

MUSIC BUILDS Music and the arts continue to be major components of a solid education and are key tools to helping our youth become better learners. LexPhil has designed its Music Builds STEAM education platform to demonstrate how music relates to a wide range of academic subjects, including Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. LexPhil’s Music Builds education programs travel across central and eastern Kentucky to reach thousands of students each year. These programs are generously supported by partners such as: TOYOTA MOTOR MANUFACTURING, KENTUCKY, INC. Presenting Partner KENTUCKY’S TOUCHSTONE ENERGY COOPERATIVES Music Builds Partner FIFTH THIRD BANK Music Builds Partner LG&E AND KENTUCKY UTILITIES Music Builds Partner LEXINGTON PHILHARMONIC GUILD Music Builds Partner


Countdown to Kindergarten: Music Builds S.T.E.A.M.! Saturday, July 25, 2015, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm STEAM Academy 123 E 6th Street Lexington, KY 40508 Calling all Kindergarteners! This interactive program featuring LexPhil musicians and staff will explore how music relates to other familiar subjects. This is a free event for any Fayette County Public School Kindergartner with a C2K t-shirt and one adult. Additional guests are $5. Advance registration is recommended, but not required. To pre-register, call LexPhil at 859-233-4226!

MUSIC BUILDS DISCOVERY CONCERT Music Builds Discovery with Time for Three! October 22, 2015 10:00 am Singletary Center for the Arts UK HEALTHCARE, Presenting Partner LexPhil welcomes the return of the energetic string trio Time for Three! From funk to classical, to bluegrass and jazz, LexPhil’s 2015 Music Builds Discovery! concert invites students to explore American history and culture through music. The program features Chris Brubeck’s Travels in Time for Three, as well as excerpts from two American masters—Aaron Copland’s beloved Our Town and George Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess. Visit www.lexphil.org for reservation forms for your students!

PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY CONCERT SERIES Series Partner: THE J.M. SMUCKER COMPANY

Join us for a Saturday morning of music, learning, and of course, PB&J sandwiches! A half-hour concert is followed by a half-hour for play and discovery in the Instrument Petting Zoo. Tickets: $5, all ages TWO choices for Concert Time: 10:00 am concert and PB&J sandwiches/10:30 am Instrument Petting Zoo 11:00 am concert and PB&J sandwiches/ 11:30 am Instrument Petting Zoo AUGUST 29, 2015 10:00 am & 11:00 am International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park 4089 Iron Works Parkway Lexington, KY 40511 OCTOBER 31, 2015 10:00 am & 11:00 am ArtsPlace 161 N. Mill Street Lexington, KY 40507 2:00 pm Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill 3501 Lexington Road Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330

FEBRUARY 20, 2016 10:00 am & 11:00 am The Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center 300 E 3rd Street Lexington, KY 40508 APRIL 30, 2016 10:00 am & 11:00 am Aviation Museum of Kentucky 4029 Airport Road Lexington, KY 40383

SEE ORDER FORM FOR SPECIAL SUBSCRIPTION PRICING!

ALLERGY NOTICE: Peanut butter is served at these concerts.


ANNUAL FUND LexPhil is supported by a community of music lovers who believe in the power of live music to unite and transform. Through over 100 concerts and education programs each season, LexPhil shares its talent and resources to strengthen the cultural fabric of central Kentucky. LexPhil’s vision is fueled by its core values of artistic excellence, innovation, collaboration and accessibility. Your generous support of the Annual Fund allows LexPhil to advance these important goals and ensure the vitality of orchestral music within our community.

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VISION & GENEROSITY THE MISSION of the Lexington Philharmonic is to foster excellence and innovation in the performance and presentation of great music; to enrich the lives of our diverse citizenry; to educate current and future audiences and to bring distinction to our community through the orchestra’s presence and standing.

LEXARTS - All Lexington Philharmonic programs are made possible through the generous support of LexArts. In 2014-2015, Lexington Philharmonic received a total of $170,000 in unrestricted support. THE DUPREE INITIATIVE FOR INNOVATION is an

investment in the artistic vision exemplified by The Lexington Philharmonic.

THE SAYKALY GARBULINSKA FOUNDATION

funder of the Saykaly Garbulinska Composer-in-Residence Program, generously brings innovative composer Avner Dorman to Lexington for the 2015-2016 season.

THE KENTUCKY ARTS COUNCIL, the state arts agency,

provides operating support to the Lexington Philharmonic with state tax dollars and federal funding from the National Endowment for the Arts.

YOU! Donate today to maximize LexPhil’s artistic and education impact on your community. It is the generosity of so many that enables LexPhil to be an artistic leader and provide tremendous creative energy to the life of our community.


ACCESSIBILITY The Lexington Philharmonic welcomes patrons of all abilities. Please contact LexPhil for detailed information about seating, audio and/or visual assistance.

PARKING

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Singletary Center for the Arts LexPhil provides free parking for patrons attending the concerts at Singletary Center for the Arts at UK Parking Structure #5 on the corner of S. Limestone and Avenue of Champions (next to Kennedy Book Store). Parking is offered as available in most “E” Lots located on the UK Campus. Valet parking is available at the main entrance to Singletary Center off of Rose Street. Pre-Concert Buffet at the Hilary J. Boone Center The Hilary J. Boone Center (500 Rose St) serves a pre-concert buffet beginning at 5:30pm before LexPhil concerts at the Singletary Center. Diners may leave their vehicle in the Boone Center parking lot during the concert. Reservations required at 859.257.1133.

INSIDE THE SCORE D A

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Singletary Center for the Arts (SCFA) 405 Rose St, Lexington, KY 40508

Before each Season Series concert, join us for a preview of the evening’s performance with Maestro Terrell, LexPhil musicians, and/or guest artists for an in-depth look Inside the Score. Inside the Score begins at 6:45 pm prior to each series concert in the President’s Room of the Singletary Center for the Arts. Seating is limited.

CONTACT LEXPHIL

SOCIAL MEDIA

Email tickets@lexphil.org Online www.lexphil.org Phone 859-233-4226 or 888-494-4226 Mail Lexington Philharmonic 161 N. Mill Street Lexington, KY 40507

Whether on-stage or in the wings, LexPhil is plugged into social media. LexPhil engages with its audiences on a diverse array of social media platforms. Find us online to share in our exclusive fan content and special ticket offers!


FULL 7 CONCERT SERIES SECTION

7 CONCERTS

A B C D

6 CONCERT SERIES QTY

TOTAL

SECTION

6 CONCERTS

$430

A

$400

$375

B

$345

$270

C

$250

$160

D 9/18

SPECIAL CONCERT CHOICE (CIRCLE ONE) GLORIA! TAKE FIVE AT NEW YEAR’S EVE!

PICK 4 PREMIUM

$145 10/23

11/13

12/12

12/31

4 CONCERTS

SECTION

4 CONCERTS

$300

A

$280

B

$260

B

$240

C

$185

C

$165

$105 10/23

11/13

D

12/12

12/31

2/5

4/15

5/13

4/15

5/13

10/23

QTY

TOTAL

12/12

12/31

CIRCLE YOUR OTHER TWO DATES

2/5

4/15

CIRCLE YOUR FOUR DATES

SINGLE TICKETS CONCERT

SECTION (A, B, C, D, circle one)

MAHLER 2 - SEPT 18, 2015

QTY

TOTAL

$85 $75 $55 $35

AMERICAN SOUNDSCAPES - Oct 23, 2015

$75 $65 $45 $25

MOZART & MORE - Nov 13, 2015

$75 $65 $45 $25

GLORIA! - Dec 12, 2015

$75 $65 $45 $25

TAKE FIVE AT NEW YEAR’S EVE - Dec 31, 2015

$75 $65 $45 $25

BEYOND THE SCORE® SCHEHERAZADE - Feb 5, 2016

$75 $65 $45 $25

NEW WORLDS - Apr 15, 2016

$75 $65 $45 $25

BEETHOVEN 5 - May 13, 2016

$85 $75 $55 $35

$65/PERSON

NEW YEAR’S EVE AT PORTOFINO - Dec 31, 2015

$80/PERSON

CONCERT

PRICE

QTY

CONCERT

MC

AmEx

Disc

Card Number _____________________________________

PRICE

$5

PB&J

$16

PB&J 10/31

$5

PB&J + CANDY CANE

$26

CANDY CANE 11/29

$12

PB&J 2/20

$5

PB&J 4/30

$5

QTY

TOTAL

Name___________________________________________

Address _________________________________________

FAMILY SUBSCRIPTIONS TOTAL

PAYMENT METHOD (circle one)

Credit Card: Visa

QTY

OPENING NIGHT AT THE APIARY - Sept 18, 2015

PB&J 8/29

$________________________ TOTAL ENCLOSED

Exp. Date ________________________________________ PRICE

FAMILY SINGLE TICKETS

$10.00 per order Handling Fee

Check payable to Lexington Philharmonic

CELEBRATE WITH US! SPECIAL POST-CONCERT EVENTS EVENT

$________________________ Single Tickets Total $________________________ Donation to 2015-2016 Annual Fund

$90 11/13

ORDER FORM $________________________ Subscriptions Total

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2/5

PICK 4 REGULAR

TOTAL

SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ORDERING IS EASY!

Full Season Series Subscriptions include all six Season Series, plus one special concert!

SECTION

9/18

TOTAL

CIRCLE YOUR SIX DATES

INCLUDES OPENING NIGHT & BEETHOVEN 5 QTY

QTY

TOTAL

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Email ___________________________________________

Phone __________________________________________


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SEASON

2015 2016

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