Lexington Chamber Chorale

Concert & Tickets

Support the arts in Central Kentucky! Season tickets save you money at the door and get you preferred seating.

2024–2025 Season

The 2024-2025 season has 3 ticketed concerts at Second Presbyterian Church and one free concert at Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate. The free concert is made possible by the generosity of our subscribers and sponsors.

Upcoming Concerts

Each ticket in the package is good for any one of the Chorale’s regular concert season performances. Please consider making a tax-deductible contribution with your ticket purchase. Contributions can be made in honor or memory of that special music-lover in your life. We gratefully acknowledge our Season Ticket Holders in our concert programs.

The Power of Singing: Global and Political

The Power of community singing is often used for political purposes. Music can be a powerful form of “soft power,” a way of influencing others that does not rely on force or might.

Our repertoire will include: Lorena, a popular song with Confederate and Union soldiers during the Civil War, Put vejini, a Latvian folk song sung during the Singing Revolution in Latvia, and We Shall Overcome, from the U.S. Civil Rights movement.

The Power of Singing: Festive Holidays

Come welcome the holiday season as we perform new and familiar tunes celebrating Christmas and Hanukkah. Featuring an audience sing-along, this is the perfect concert to get your entire family in the holiday spirit. 

Our repertoire will include O Magnum Mysterium (O Great Mystery); The Twelve Days of Christmas and Still, Still, Still (Austrian carol).

The Power of Singing: Poetry and Music

Many choral composers are inspired to write vocal music that is driven by the text with the music written to be supportive of it. Vocal music is often said to contain “word painting” or to musically “relay the text.” 

Our repertoire will include poems by William Shakespeare, Francesco Petrarca, Christina Rosetti and e.e.cummings. Kentucky Poet Laureate George Ella Lyon will read from her works. 

The Power of Singing: Celebrating Lexington

As the Lexington Chamber Chorale, we are delighted to help the city of Lexington celebrate its 250th birthday.

Our repertoire will include music that represents our city’s history, the beautiful bluegrass landscape and our equine culture. The Gift to be Simple, a traditional Shaker tune, and works by Kentuckians John Jacobs and Jean Ritchie will be featured.

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Directions & Parking

Lexington Chamber Chorale concerts are held at Second Presbyterian Church at 460 East Main Street, Lexington, KY 40507.

Parking (From the Second Presbyterian website) We have some wonderful neighbors! On Sunday mornings, in addition to our own lot, you can park across Old Vine (Central Avenue) on the Preston Osborne lot, across Ransom in the Goodwin Square lot (but not next to their building please) or the CMW lot, or across Main on the Herald-Leader or Kerr Brothers lots! Handicapped parking and passenger drop-off is available in our own lot. (Enter our lot from Central Avenue.) During the week, parking is available in our lot or along Ransom and Central Avenues. Use the Ransom Street entrance when attending a concert. Thank you.