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This past Saturday night the Folly Jazz Series brought in the Christian McBride Trio for an excellent evening of new and old tunes.
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The Te Deum Chamber Choir astonished the audience of Village Presbyterian Church with its harmonious and passionate singing of Brahms’s "A German Requiem," Schoenberg’s "Friede auf Erden," and pieces by Arvo Pärt and James MacMillan.
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With “Up, Up and Away” the Kansas City Women’s Chorus and guest artist Kelly Hunt crammed much into its uplifting spring concert.
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Unicorn Theatre, under the artistic leadership of Producing Artistic Director Cynthia Levin, announced the 43rd season of thought-provoking new plays. The new season will open September 7, 2016 and include eight regular season shows. In addition to a full line up of new productions to Kansas City, the Unicorn will also continue the In-Progress New Play Reading Series, bringing scripts in development and under consideration for production in upcoming seasons before the public.
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New, meandering drama "Demolition" seeks to tackle questions of how grief is dealt with, but should have instead focused on its stronger subplot.
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Cleveland Institute of Music graduates Greg Pattillo (flute),Eric Stephenson (cello), and Peter Seymour (double bass) who make up Project Trio performed Friday night to an intimate audience at the Lied Center of Kansas.
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Late April brings a number of choral masterworks to Kansas City, starting with the Spire Chamber Ensemble’s performances of works by Handel and Haydn. The renowned Les Arts Florissant performs French Baroque choral works for the Harriman-Jewell Series, the Topeka Symphony takes on the Verdi Requiem, Musica Sacra performs a classic work of the other Haydn (Johann Michael), and the Northland Community Choir performs a mass by John Rutter. The Lyric Opera closes its season with Bizet’s popular "Carmen," and the UMKC Conservatory opera program presents an evening of opera scenes. The Harriman-Jewell Series brings us the brilliant young cellist Edgar Moreau. The Emerson String Quartet graces the Lied Center, and newEar performs its season finale. Many other delights await in the full listings below.
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Branford Marsalis and his quartet gave a thrilling performance at the Lied Center this past Wednesday.
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As Musical Theater Heritage proves with "Annie Get Your Gun," with the right cast and keen purpose, even the smallest stage can be expanded into an epic performance of musical extravaganza.
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KC Melting Pot’s season opener “The Session” is promising new work by a local artist that provides several meaty roles for women.
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