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Vive La France! Concert by Lexington Symphony

September 28 @ 7:30 pm

Male conductor leads the Lexington Symphony in song.

Male conductor leads the Lexington Symphony in song.Antheil | McKonkey’s Ferry Overture
Ravel | Piano Concerto in G Major
Clayton Stephenson, piano
Berlioz | Symphonie Fantastique

All ages.

France helped America succeed in overthrowing a repressive monarchy which began what is known as the Age of Revolutions in a Global Context, 1760-1840. This program is inspired by the French influence on the success of the American Revolution, and also marks a turning in point in the revolution that France helped finance – Washington’s famous crossing of the Delaware and attack of the Hessian mercenaries in New Jersey on Christmas Day.


September 28
7:30 pm
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Lexington Symphony


Cary Hall
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Lexington, MA 44106 United States
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