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“Manchester by the Sea” could be the most heartbreaking movie you will see all year, and the most emotionally powerful overall. With his new role as a man with a tortured soul, Casey Affleck gives a performance that could define his career, and makes him a strong contender for Best Actor come Academy Award season.
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Like all good art should, hometown mezzo Joyce DiDonato’s “In War and Peace” program called for the audience to identify threads and track themes, and then interpret them in very personal ways.
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For independent movie and live theater enthusiasts, here are some upcoming release dates of note in the Kansas City area including the Natalie Portman tackling the most recognizable First Lady in America’s history in the bio picture Jackie and Denzel Washington starring in the movie adaptation of August Wilson’s play, "Fences."
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The Kansas City Jazz Orchestra keeps finding new ways to excite and engage their audiences. This concert, a mix of Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn’s 1960 arrangement of “Nutcracker Suite,” with new arrangements from Artistic Director Clint Ashlock, proves how time and time again this ensemble is the essence of Kansas City jazz– pure, heartfelt, and absolutely breathtaking.
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In the second half of December you can choose among several interesting holiday programs, including those of the William Baker Festival Singers, Kantorei Kansas City, Mid America Freedom Band, Central Standard Men’s A Capella Ensemble, Kansas City Women’s Chorus and perhaps the final performances of the wonderful eight-member group Octarium. Holiday productions by the Kansas City Symphony, Kansas City Ballet and several other groups also continue into the second half of the month. Finally, the Spire Chamber Ensemble presents would should be an interesting performance the Messiah accompanied by period instruments.
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Stile Antico’s performance for The Friends of Chamber Music last weekend mixed 16th-century works in celebration of Christmas from both German Protestant and Flemish Catholic traditions.
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The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis returned to the Harriman Jewell Series for a 7th time Thursday night, bringing holiday cheer to a Kansas City audience.
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Quality Hill Playhouse gets serious with their annual holiday cabaret, “Christmas in Song," with great voices and an uplifting experience.
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Guest conductor Laurence Cummings led the Kansas City Symphony and Chorus, the Independence Messiah Choir, and four outstanding soloists in a superb performance of Handel’s Messiah last Friday night at the Kauffman Center.
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Heartland Men’s Chorus spread their holiday cheer this weekend with "Kansas City Christmas: Classy, Brassy, Sassy!" at the Folly Theater, combining traditional carols and their signature camp for a delightful program of festive fun.
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