• Saturday, March 28: PB&J Concert, Music Builds Engineering!

    LexPhil's PB&J Concerts take flight at the Aviation Museum of Kentucky! Saturday, March 28, join us for Music Builds Engineering! for a morning of interactive music, time for play in Instrument Petting Zoo, and peanut butter & jelly sandwiches! Purchase tickets for 10:00 am here and 11:00 am here!


  • Ainadamar - Fountain of Tears

    Argentinean composer, Osvaldo Golijov's semi-staged Spanish-language opera, Ainadamar - Fountain of Tears comes to life in a semi-staged production in a first-time collaboration with Kentucky Opera! Purchase tickets to Friday or Saturday here!

  • 2015-2016 Season Announcement!

    Be the first to hear about the Lexington Philharmonic’s exhilarating 2015-2016 Season!
    Thursday, March 26
    Malone's Banquets
    5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

    $25 in advance / $30 at the door
    Heavy h'ors doeuvres, one drink ticket, cash bar available.

    Click here to buy now! Reserve your space by emailing tickets@lexphil.org or calling 859-233-4226 by March 20. 


LexPhil’s Music Director, Scott Terrell, to Conduct Arizona Opera, Philadelphia Orchestra, and Aspen Music Festival and School

LEXINGTON, KY – Lexington Philharmonic proudly announces multiple guest conducting engagements for Music Director and Conductor, Scott Terrell. Terrell will serve as Guest Conductor for the Arizona Opera during their new...Read More

Behind the Scenes of Tchaikovsky & Crouching Tiger: Program Notes & Artist Biographies

LexPhil proudly welcomes Kayoko Dan back to Lexington as guest conductor for Tchaikovsky & Crouching Tiger! Contemporary Chinese composer Tan Dun’s Crouching Tiger Concerto for cello and orchestra weaves together melodies from...Read More

Behind the Scenes of NYE Celebration: Programs Notes and Artist Biography

New Year's Eve Celebration featuring Ute Lemper! December 31, 2014 - 7:30pm 
Lexington Opera House 

Ovation Partner: The Lexus Store of Lexington

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Behind the Scenes of Messiah: Programs Notes and Artist Biographies

Celebrate the holidays with the baroque classic, Handel's Messiah. Lexington Chamber Chorale, guest soloists and LexPhil return to the Cathedral of Christ the King for this Lexington tradition! 

Ever wondered why Handel's Messiah is so beloved? Enjoy a sneak peek at LexPhil Music Director and Conductor, Scott Terrell's, program...Read More

LexPhil Unites Collegiate, Professional Vocal Talent on Singletary Stage for Carmina Burana

LEXINGTON, KY – The Lexington Philharmonic, armed with five regional choirs and three vocal soloists, returns to the Singletary Center for the Arts stage on Friday, November 14, 2014 at 7:30 pm for Carmina Burana...Read More