Classical musicians were the rock stars of their day, much like the rock stars of today are the notaries public of tomorrow. Stamp your senses with the finely crafted tunes of today’s Groupon to see pianist Natasha Paremski with the UK Symphony Orchestra in concert at the Singletary Center for the Arts on Saturday, February 11, at 7:30 p.m.
- $25 for two seats in rows S–Y (a $50 value)
- $35 for two seats in rows OP–CC or O–R (a $70 value)
- $45 for two seats in rows D–N (a $90 value)
- 23-year-old piano prodigy has garnered prizes sponsored by Carnegie Hall, Prix Montblanc, and Los Angeles Philharmonic
- John Nardolillo conducts university’s symphony orchestra
- Program includes Edvard Grieg’s Concerto in A Minor, op. 16 and Gustav Mahler’s Symphony no. 5
- Seating with prime views and optimum acoustics<p>
[[m:#### Singletary Center for the Arts As part of the University of Kentucky’s College of Fine Arts, the Singletary Center for the Arts opens its concert and recital halls to the school’s opera and theater departments in addition to a multitude of local artists, including the Lexington Philharmonic. Both performance chambers also sweep aside their curtains for a number of national- and global-touring acts, from the dancers of the Moscow Festival Ballet to the sentient beehives of The B-52s. Some 3.7 million spectators have done handstands on the lavish continental-style seats at the 400 annual events that pack the SCFA’s calendar. To pass time before shows, patrons can mosey to the free permanent exhibits of the building’s UK Art Museum and play games of peek-a-boo with the portraits.