Singletary Center for the Arts

Saturday, February 26th
12:30am - 2:30am
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Admission Fee: Adults: $25-$75 Students and Minors: $11

LexPhil returns to the Singletary Center for the Arts for performance, and the conclusion of our Music Director & Conductor search! Conductor Finalist Julia Tai leads the orchestra in works by Missy Mazzoli, Bloch, and Mendelssohn. Tickets start at $25, and students and youth (17 & under) are $11!


Inspired by her travels through the industrial landscape of Detroit and the silhouette of the River Rouge Auto Plant, Missy Mazzoli’s River Rouge Transfiguration reimagines the grit and noise of Motor City into a resonant work for orchestra. World-renowned cellist Gary Hoffman joins LexPhil as soloist for composer Ernest Bloch’s Schelomo; Hebraic Rhapsody, a work that embodies the spirit and sound of traditional Jewish music dating back thousands of years. The evening ends with Mendelssohn’s melodic Symphony No. 3, “Scottish”, his masterwork inspired by his travels as a young composer through Scotland.

Repertoire to include:

(Subject to change)

MISSY MAZZOLI - River Rouge Transfiguration

BLOCH - Schelomo; Hebraic Rhapsody

Gary Hoffman, cello

MENDELSSOHN - Symphony No. 3 in A minor 'Scottish'


Masks are required to be worn properly over the nose and mouth at all times inside the Singletary Center for the Arts. Click here to learn more about attending LexPhil concerts this season: