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Fantastic finish

This past weekend, the Kansas City Symphony concluded its 2017-18 season with brio and panache, commemorating Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday one last time in Helzberg Hall.

A whole t’ado

Free, lively, and fun; the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival presents "Much Ado About Nothing" in Southmoreland park through July 1.

Enticing and engaging

An intimate evening of music with Canadian jazz singer/pianist Diana Krall inside the Muriel Kauffman Theatre delighted audience members with favorites old and new.

Cantatas and serenades

Two local ensembles joined forces this weekend, as Bach Aria Soloists and the Kansas City Chorale performed collaborative works including cantatas by Bach and Britten and a soothing serenade...

Unknown no longer

A newly commissioned oratorio and a smattering of familiar tunes filled Saturday’s concert from Kansas City’s own Heartland Men’s Chorus.

“CATS” up close and personal

“CATS” is another step by MTH Theatre into full blown productions with complete staging and continuous choreography away from their initial “in concert” performance style with stand microphones.

Music of the Counter-Reformation

Last Saturday, Kantorei KC offered a fascinating program of music reflecting the religious and philosophical conflicts of the French Counter-Reformation, demonstrating the way in which the conflict between Catholics...

“No place like home”

This past Saturday, Helzberg Hall lit up with an animated audience and animated performances for the final concert of the LGBA (Lesbian and Gay Band Association) 2018 Conference.

A reflective Requiem

This past weekend, the Kansas City Symphony Chorus performed works that featured its lush sound in Helzberg Hall, including Duruflé’s meditative Requiem.
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