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Academy Award-nominated Argentinian movie "Wild Tales" provides an excellent source of entertainment with six superbly-crafted stories that examine the human propensity for violence and vengeance.
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Visually stunning dancer-illusionists Momix bring natural elements to life in "Alchemia" performed for the Performing Arts Series at Johnson County Community College.
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2015 Charlotte Street Visual Artist Awards go to Jill Downen, Rashawn Griffin, and Misha Kligman. 2015 Charlotte Street Generative Performing Artist Awards go to Jeff Harshbarger and Hunter Long.
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The Mid America Freedom Band has announced its 13th season. The entire season is dedicated solely to the works of female composers and songwriters and includes a partnership with Paul Mesner Puppets.
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Art in the Loop (Visual and Performing Artists: Apply by April 15); Theatre Lawrence ("South Pacific": April 19–20); Owen/Cox Dance Group (Male and Female Dancers: May 3); Topeka Symphony Youth Ensembles (May 9)
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Te Deum Chamber Choir presented “Passion” this past weekend, pairing two unconventional settings of the Passion to start Holy Week and highlight the variety of ways in which this familiar story has been captured in music.
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Presenting another of its musical documentaries, the Heartland Men’s Chorus was joined by the award-winning Lawrence Children’s Choir for “Modern Families,” an exploration of what family means in the 21st century.
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April delivers a bouquet of assorted dance performances, starting with UMKC’s "Spring Dance Concert." Students of the Conservatory of Music and Dance will take to the stage of the White Recital Hall to perform a range of works from ballet to contemporary. The Lied Center of Kansas presents modern-based company Pilobolus Dance Theater, whose mission is “to make art that builds community.” The Harriman-Jewell Series continues its 50th season celebration with a one-time performance by Savion Glover and protégé dancers in "STePz," a funky fusion of tap dance and jazz music.
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If vocal music is your thing, then the first two weeks of April are for you. Three of the finest operatic voices in the firmament are being heard in the Kansas City area: tenors Joseph Calleja with the Harriman-Jewell Series and Lawrence Brownlee with the KU School of Music (the latter performing in Lawrence), and soprano Susanna Phillips (also in Lawrence). Both the Kansas City Chorale and the William Baker Festival Singers are giving concerts, the former at the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art. In addition to these vocal fireworks, the legendary Slovenian pianist Dubravka Tomšic performs with the Friends of Chamber Music. The Bach Aria Soloists also perform, but alas the concert is already sold out.
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Midwest Chamber Ensemble presented a concert at its home venue of Lutheran Church of the Resurrection. Under the able baton of Steve Lewis, this concert featured the works of Mozart, Fauré, and de Falla.
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