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newEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble continued their 24th season this weekend at Central United Methodist Church with a program featuring instruments constructed of wood and strings, resulting in a warm and invigorating timbres, including a premiere of otherworldly quality.
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ArtsKC – Regional Arts Council recently announced its 14th annual awards luncheon. The event will honor arts leaders and visionaries in the community.
19 days ago | |
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The Topeka Symphony will hold its 64th annual Young Artist Competition on Sunday, January 15, 2017. Students in grades 9 through 12 are invited to compete for the opportunity of soloing with the Topeka Symphony Orchestra.
19 days ago | |
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Pianist Daniil Trifonov joined the Kansas City Symphony to perform his own piano concerto, a fascinating continuation of the Russian romantic tradition.
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With "Arrival," French Canadian director Denis Villenueve (Prisoners, Sicario) has crafted the best science fiction movie since last year’s brilliant "Ex Machina."
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This free community event connects youth and families to arts experiences at the Kauffman Center, creates opportunities for young people, school and non-profit arts groups to participate.
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There are bodies sawed in half, mind reading, death defying danger and big laughs in The Illusionists presented by Theater League. If you like spectacle and having your mind blown, you can’t miss it!
24 days ago | |
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The City of Lenexa is establishing a new Community Orchestra to enrich and enhance the community through music by offering opportunities for musicians to perform and for the listening public to enjoy family-friendly musical entertainment.
25 days ago | |
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Bach Aria Soloists presented a program of seventeenth- and eighteenth-century works, interspersed with letters that the composers wrote to friends, family, and patrons. The written word added a human dimension to the lives of these great musicians, who are too often considered solely in terms of the music they wrote.
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Pianist Charlie Albright proved the future of classical music is bright to an enthusiastic Lawrence audience as part of the Lied Center's Pavilion Chamber Series.
25 days ago | |
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