Experience the melodies of the mountains without 90 pounds of hiking gear with today's deal: for $6, you get one ticket to the Family Series concert Appalachian Style! at the Lexington Philharmonic (up to $12 value). The show takes place March 20 at the Singletary Center for the Arts, located on Rose Street.
After 49 seasons of endowing eardrums with more than 150 concerts and educational programs each year, the Lexington Philharmonic continues its aural tradition this spring with an orchestral representation of Kentucky's eastern landscape. Featuring excerpts from Aaron Copland's Pulitzer Prize–winning composition, Appalachian Spring, and Mark O'Connor's Appalachia Waltz, the Family Series concert allows aural consumers to experience the sounds of the Appalachian mountains and valleys without the aid of an echo translator. The live presentation will also integrate images of America's eastern hillsides as seen through the eyes of Appalachian photographer Dean Hill. This concert begins at 3:00 p.m. and includes free pre-concert activities in the lobby beginning at 2:00 p.m., where patrons have the opportunity to learn more about the program.
- The theme of the night was tragic love stories, but the impression that the Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra made Friday was a glorious "wow." – Loren Tice, Lexington Herald-Leader
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