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Quixotic mounted "Surfaces" at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art on Friday night to commemorate the Bloch Building’s tenth year of installment, and the free event was quite the production.
10 days ago |
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The progressive rock group YES has had many different iterations over their 50 year lifespan, and the most recent lineup featuring co-founder Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, and Rick Wakeman has sold-out audiences reliving their past glories, and begging for more to come.
14 days ago |
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Mark your calendar for this fall’s selection of dance performances, ranging from ballet and modern, to South African and dance fusion.
16 days ago |
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The Kansas City music scene is bursting with unique and exciting small ensembles, all of whom have intriguing performances scheduled for the upcoming fall season. Here are a few to consider.
16 days ago |
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Te Deum celebrates 10th season of sacred choral music with repertoire that’s diverse, challenging and true to the original vision.
17 days ago |
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Guest artists include Bráulio Bosi, Argentine Tango group Cucharada, Chris Hudson, Daniel Krieg, The Pic and Bow, The Venegas Duo, and the guitarists of Ensemble Ibérica.
17 days ago |
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As you immerse yourself into the piano world this fall, take note of the thrilling and versatile pianists and organists featured in solo and chamber concerts throughout Kansas City. Highlights include three major piano concertos (Rachmaninoff Third, Chopin Second, Mozart No. 17 in G Major), Italian pianist Alessio Bax, Cuban piano prodigy Aldo López-Gavilán, and pianist Charlie Albright in his Kansas City debut.
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Autumn in Kansas City offers a myriad of the best of Broadway from both professional and touring companies, and in community theatre.
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Van Cliburn Competition silver medalist Kenny Broberg from Park University’s International Center for Music swings into action at the Folly Theater for his first solo recital in Kansas City. Local audiences will have a chance to enjoy another outstanding pianist, Russian-born Natasha Paremski, in the Kansas City Symphony’s opening weekend of classical concerts. Other orchestral concerts on tap include the season opening performances for the Midwest Chamber Ensemble and the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance.
23 days ago |
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Last Saturday, the Kansas City Ballet presented the eighth annual KC Dance Day designed for people of all ages and dancers of all skill levels to participate in a free event that had something for everyone.
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