Concert & Tickets
Support the arts in Central Kentucky! Season tickets save you money at the door and get you preferred seating.
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.
Kentucky Bluegrass meets the Italian Renaissance and Swedish contemporary music in the Chorale’s season opening concert, Miniature MASSterpieces. This concert pairs Palestrina’s traditional Italian Renaissance mass, Missa Brevis (1570), with Swedish composer Eskil Hemberg’s lyrical and literature-inspired Messa d’oggi (1972). These miniature masses themselves set the stage for Carol Barnett’s The World Beloved: A Bluegrass Mass (2006), an exhilarating blend of the classical mass, insightful poetry, and traditional bluegrass instrumentation.
Welcome the holiday season with our concert of both new and familiar tunes with fresh arrangements. Featuring an audience favorite carol sing-a-long, Sing Noel is the perfect concert to celebrate the season with the whole family.
Miniature Masterpieces II
From Renaissance Italy to the English-speaking 20th century comes the Chorale’s second Miniature Masterpieces concert. American composer Morten Lauridsen’s light-filled requiem Lux Aeterna opens the program featuring the talents of the Central Kentucky Youth Orchestra. The Chorale continues with English composer Ralph Vaughn Williams’ beautiful Serenade to Music, featuring the solo voices of the Chorale and accompanist Cully Bell.
Past and Present Miniature Masterpieces III
Kentucky’s composers and poets of past and present populate the Chorale’s final season concert, Past and Present Miniature Masterpieces III. This concert of spoken word and song pays tribute to the musical and literary history of Kentucky with an eye on its present and future. This free concert at Ashland concludes with a preview of our 2024-2025 season.
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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.