A Yamaha CFX on stage at the Lexington Symphony
The legendary Yamaha CFX concert grand was the centerpiece on stage with the Lexington Symphony this past Saturday, 9/20. The CFX is Yamaha’s flagship concert grand, offering unprecedented power and beauty in concert instrument.
The Lexington Symphony was founded in 1995 by conductor Hisao Watanabe and a group of dedicated professional musicians and supporters, Lexington Symphony maintains a grass-roots community spirit while producing high-quality performances that attract an ever-growing audience from Lexington and surrounds. The orchestra regularly fills 800-seat Cary Hall with the six concerts it presents each year led by conductor Jonathan McPhee, one of the leading musical figures in New England. Lexington Symphony’s concerts are preceded by a Conductor’s Talk by Maestro McPhee that combines musical examples with biographical information. Exploring the thoughts of the composers who created the musical pieces to be performed, the Conductor’s Talk educates the audience and enhances the listening experience.
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