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Challenging 26 other companies, employees at Sprint take home the most awards for artistic talents.
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The Lied Center named Wynton Marsalis and Lois Orth-Lopes as the 2014–2015 Lied Center IMPACT Award winners. The Lied Center, in its 21st season, has inaugurated a recognition program to honor one artist or group and one educator per season for distinguished service to the performing arts.
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Instrumental, opera, choral, and dance works aplenty are available for you during the first two weeks of October. The choice instrumental performance is by the Philharmonia Quartett Berlin, presented by The Friends of Chamber Music and UMKC Conservatory. For opera, the University of Kansas School of Music presents an interesting double bill of works by Menotti and Gilbert & Sullivan. In the vocal category the Kansas City Chorale opens its season with a concert featuring guest artist Patti Austin.. Fans of dance can revel in the Kansas City Ballet’s evening-length performance of "Alice (in Wonderland)." And mid-month, don’t forget famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Kathryn Stott appearing with the Harriman-Jewell Series.
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The Kansas City Jazz Orchestra opened its 2014–15 season in Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center last Friday night, featuring former KC jazzer Hal Melia as its special guest.
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Since 1944, the Heritage Philharmonic has been providing music to the Independence community. On October 18, guest soloist harpist Emily Granger joins Missouri’s longest continually operating community orchestra for music from France.
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Owen/Cox Dance Group premiered “A Body of Work” this past weekend, which featured a seamless synthesis of dance, music, vocal, and video.
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The Spire Chamber Ensemble gave a performance of the rarely heard complete motets of Johann Sebastian Bach, and the group’s artistry and attention to detail would have made Bach proud.
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Instrumental, opera, choral, and dance works aplenty are available for you during the first two weeks of October. The choice instrumental performance is by the Philharmonia Quartett Berlin, presented by The Friends of Chamber Music and UMKC Conservatory. For opera, the Lyric Opera continues its performances of "La traviata" and the University of Kansas School of Music presents an interesting double bill of works by Menotti and Gilbert & Sullivan. In the vocal category the Kansas City Chorale opens its season with a concert featuring guest artist Patti Austin, and mezzo soprano Joyce Castle sings a recital in Lawrence. Fans of dance can revel in the Kansas City Ballet’s evening-length performance of "Alice (in Wonderland)" along with the premiere of a new work, A Body of Work, by the Owen/Cox Dance Group. And mid-month, don’t forget famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma and pianist Kathryn Stott appearing with the Harriman-Jewell Series.
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Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer brought their own type of astounding musicality to the Helzberg Hall stage last Thursday night, promoting their new album and wowing the audience with their individual talents and dynamic collaborative presence.
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Charlotte Street is pleased to announce that Larisa David, a Romanian artist, will be working in Kansas City from October 9th to November 12th. David will be hosted by Charlotte Street and a committee of KC artists and community activists. Her residency is a program of CEC ArtsLink in New York.
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