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The Friends of Chamber Music has just announced their 39th season. Artist highlights are three pianists including master pianist, András Schiff; five quartets including the Artemis Quartet from Germany and Quatuor Ebène from France; the return of Tafelmusik's Galileo Project: Music of the Spheres; Les Violons du Roy with pianist, Marc-Andre Hamelin, and three vocal ensembles including Anonymous 4 in a holiday program.
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Charlotte Street Foundation is proud to announce five recipients of 2014 Charlotte Street Awards. The 2014 Charlotte Street Visual Artist Award Fellows are Amy Kligman, Garry Noland, and Sean Starowitz. The 2014 Charlotte Street Generative Performing Artist Award Fellows are Jane Gotch and Hermon Mehari.
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Last Sunday the Kauffman Center presented jazz violinist extraordinaire Regina Carter, on tour for her newly released album “Southern Comfort,” her latest effort chronicling and honoring her musical ancestry.
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Park University’s International Center for Music will present a Tribute to Van Cliburn at Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. 2001 Cliburn competition gold medalist Stanislav Ioudenitch, his protégé Behzod Abduraimov, and the Park Piano Trio will perform Music of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and a world premiere work written especially for the tribute by Ingrid Stölzel.
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The Kansas City Jazz Orchestra with guest artist Wycliffe Gordon presented “T-Bone Sizzle!” this weekend, paying diverse tribute to what some may call God's instrument, the trombone.
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Quality Hill Playhouse Auditions (March 29), Bell Road Barn Players Auditions (March 29 and April 5) Sporting KC Call for Artists (Submission deadline April 1), KC Superstar Auditions (April 6 and 13), Black House Collective New Operas Project Composers’ Competition (Submission deadline April 15), Mid America Freedom Band Call for Missouri and Kansas Composers (Submission deadline May 1)
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From Bob Cratchit in "A Christmas Carol" to Martin Luther King, Jr., in "The Mountaintop," Walter Coppage has been a mainstay on stages in Kansas City and beyond for more than two decades, and is also familiar to audiences through his extensive work in film, television, and commercials. Senior Editor Victor Wishna sat down with Coppage to talk about the actor’s wide-ranging career, the joys and challenges of performing on stage and screen, and what it means to be part of an artistic community—and why Kansas City will always be home.
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A collection of upcoming release dates for art-house cinema and other films of note in the Kansas City area, including "Joe" starring Nicolas Cage in a return to his indie roots and "The Railway Man" starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman.
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A documentary from the unlikeliest of sources sheds new light on Dutch master Johannes Vermeer, who is said to have painted with light itself when creating his paintings.
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Since opening in September of 2011, more than one million visitors have experienced an event at Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. To celebrate this milestone, Kauffman Center for the Performing is hosting a new, free community event: Future Stages Festival, a free festival and opportunity for youth to perform on-stage.
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