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Gallery, Art Show, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Mixed Media
“3x33” An eclectic mix of local visual art
“3 X 33” is an exhibition of 99 works by 33 local artists. “3 X 33” has no particular theme; the only requirement is that the 3 artworks of each artist "relate to each other." The pandemic put a great strain on artists exhibiting their artwork. This exhibit is an effort to return to normal with the joy of celebrating the visual arts in Lexington.
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Holiday Music, Classical, Choral
A Cathedral Christmas
Saturday, December 18, LexPhil is joined by the Lexington Singers at the Cathedral of Christ the King for this Lexington holiday tradition. UKSO Conductor John Nardolillo guest conducts a program of sacred orchestral and choral works.
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Aaron Lewis
Grammy nominated and multi-platinum artist Aaron Lewis made his country debut in 2011 with certified gold single “Country Boy,” followed by the release of his first full length solo album, The Road. “Country Boy” featured Charlie Daniels on fiddle and a booming verse from George Jones as well as Chris Young striking a balance between classic and modern country.
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Advances in Motorcycle Battery Applications
The Advances in Motorcycle Battery Applications conference addresses critical issues facing application developers, design engineers and system engineers as they work to overcome barriers to bringing products to market. OEM demand is a major factor in driving innovation through accelerated R&D in advanced lithium batteries for automotive applications. This conference will address the critical issues in application-driven development from design to systems as barriers are overcome to bring products to market as well as improve the capabilities of existing products. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from the key players from around the globe on how they are finding success in conquering the challenges of commercialization. All proposals are subject to review by session chairpersons and/or the Scientific Advisory Committee to ensure the overall quality of the conference program. Additionally, as per Cambridge EnerTech policy, a select number of vendors and consultants who provide products and services will be offered opportunities for podium presentation slots based on a variety of Corporate Sponsorships.
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AJR is a a witty indie pop trio of three brothers (Adam, Jack and Ryan Met) based in New York City. They've opened for Demi Lovato and were invited to collaborate with Weezer's Rivers Cuomo. Hit songs include "Weak," "I'm Not Famous," and "Bang!"
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Alice Cooper
In the '70s, Alice Cooper set the standard for theatrical rock performance and transformed the genre with his stagecraft and showmanship. The music icon is known for including electric chairs, fake blood, boa constrictors and baby dolls in his stage show, designed to shock the audience. In 2011 Cooper was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Besides his musical career, he dabbles in acting, golfing, restaurant owning and radio DJing. His latest album is "Welcome 2 My Nightmare," a sequel to 1975's "Welcome to My Nightmare."
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Welcome to the first annual Truly Publishing book signing. All authors are welcome. $75.00 half table $120.00 Full table This event is free to the public. Food, drinks and gift bags for all authors. Email: 859-404-9629 1951 Pleasant Ridge Drive I-75 At, Man O War Blvd, Lexington, KY 40509
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All Time Low
Since forming in the Baltimore suburbs in 2003, All Time Low has become one of the biggest pop-punk bands to emerge on the scene, building a grassroots following of die-hard fans with very little radio airplay and a touring ethic that would rival vets like Green Day.
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Chamber Music, Classical
Amadeus Lex
"Mathematica:" Can math be beautiful, and can art be rational? Explore with us some of the structures and symmetries of musical forms in multiple styles, from the magic of canonic imitation that has fascinated composers since the Middle Ages to the venerable Art of the Fugue by J.S. Bach. Then we present a jazzy and spirited string quartet Mathematica composed by Detroit Symphony cellist Dr. Jeremy Crosmer.
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Amaedus Lex
What do Boston elites, a black kid from Arkansas, and a Bohemian on vacation in rural Iowa have in common? They were all making American music in 1893! Come hear the variety and energy of the music scene in nineteenth century U.S.A., featuring popular, patriotic, and art music including a string quintet written in the middle of nowhere. And on top of that we have paintings by Lexington artist Bonnie Klein, inspired by the program. Join us for our first-ever Amadeus Lex event!
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