1 Nov 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Members of Village Presbyterian Church and William Jewell College Concert Choirs joined soloists Sarah Tannehill Anderson and Jay Carter for the Midwestern premiere of John Tavener’s impressive "Lament for Jerusalem."
26 Oct 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Mezzo-soprano Susanne Mentzer wears many hats as a singer, educator, competition judge, board member, and contributor for The Huffington Post. As Despina for the Lyric Opera of Kansas City’s production of "Così fan tutte," she gets to try her hand...
26 Oct 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
The Friends of Chamber Music’s Friday night performance by the Tokyo String Quartet at the Folly Theater was at times revelatory and other times reaffirming but always meticulously played with spell-binding musicality.
19 Oct 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Halfway through its Fall 2011 tour, the St. Olaf Orchestra stopped at Blue Valley West’s impressive performing arts center on Monday to present a concert showcasing the talents of students and an alumnus composer.
19 Oct 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
The Lied Center of Kansas presented La Catrina Quartet on Sunday afternoon for a recital of modern Latin American music with Maurice Ravel's famed Quartet in F major as an added bonus.
12 Oct 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
With Copland’s Suite from “Appalachian Spring” as the centerpiece and two fine soloists in Deborah Wells Clark and Douglas Niedt, the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra launched its 25th season of performing intimate orchestral works.
11 Oct 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
American performance pioneer, Laurie Anderson, opened the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts’ Vanguard Series on Sunday evening with wit, soundscapes, and stories.
4 Oct 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Electroacoustic music, like its acoustic brethren, is capable of conveying the same principals of aesthetics that many hold dear. For eleven years, Electronic Music Midwest has presented these works in festival format with listener-friendly hour-l...
29 Sep 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Produced by The Friends of Chamber Music, The Darwin Project is not only a tribute to the mastermind of evolution theory but also a documentation of musical evolution through history. Co-presenting with the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts ...
21 Sep 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Director Garnett Bruce, whose rich body of work includes opera companies across the country and around the world from the San Francisco Opera to the Teatro di San Carlo in Naples, is staging the Lyric Opera’s season-opening production of “Turandot...
21 Sep 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Cuban-American lyric soprano, Elizabeth Caballero is reprising the role of Liù in her Kansas City debut at the Lyric Opera of Kansas City’s production of "Turandot." She spoke with KCM’s Lee Hartman about the character and how she prepares for a r...
20 Sep 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
The second night of the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts’ Grand Opening christened Helzberg Hall, the new home of the Kansas City Symphony with performances by the Symphony, Itzhak Perlman, Bobby Watson, Diana Krall, Kevin Mahogany, the Kan...
14 Sep 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
newEar’s opening concert of its 19th season, Vortex Memoriam, focused on aspects of time and memory—both extremely fitting due to the performance’s confluence with the tenth anniversary of September 11th.
13 Sep 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
The University of Kansas’ Liszt Odyssey, September 11–13 celebrated the bicentennial of the superstar pianist/composer’s birth. With scholars and performers from the around the world involved it was celebration of all-things Lisztian. Central to t...
6 Sep 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
A Chinese princess, star-crossed lovers, a rich widow, an elephant, Hank Williams, Noël Coward, puppy dogs, and a mighty boomstick are all coming to opera and musical theatre stages across Kansas City this fall.
23 Aug 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Whether you're excited for the Kansas City Symphony's first season in the Kauffman Center, looking forward to hearing your favorite pieces by local ensembles, or interested to hear new music by living composers, there's something for everyone in K...
17 Aug 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
Like an aging drag queen’s acid fantasy, the Starlight Theatre’s production of "Xanadu" is ridiculously sensational, colorful and most enjoyable.
16 Aug 2011 RSS (2.0) Feed
The 2011–12 season launches in a few short weeks and with it some of the most exciting events ever to grace the stages of Kansas City. 2010–11 was no slouch though with many ensembles and artists leaving lasting impressions. Here are Editor-in-Ch...
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