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Michael Donovan, who has been on the staff of the Missouri Arts Council for 10 years, five of them as assistant director, has been appointed as the Council’s executive director.
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The Grammy-winning Kansas City and Phoenix Chorale release their latest recording of Rachmaninoff's "All-Night Vigil" on Chandos. Minnesota Public Radio's Tesfa Wondemagegnehu hosts an online listening party to celebrate the release and the work's 100th anniversary on March 10.
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Great art challenges on some level, and "Silent Night" is no exception. Composer Kevin Puts collaborated with librettist Mark Campbell to create an astounding blend of music and text. The immediacy of characters and dramatic moments bring their artistic vision to life at the Lyric Opera of Kansas City.
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The Lyric Opera of Kansas City presents a modern classic, "Silent Night" by Kevin Puts, which tells the story of the surprise Christmas truce between warriors of three different nations facing each other across the trenches of World War I. Fans of vocal music also will enjoy a concert of Canadian compositions by the Kansas City Chorale; a Baroque specialty group, Stile Antico (The Friends of Chamber Music); and a performance of sacred classics from Musica Sacra. The Kansas City Symphony features one of its popular Classics Uncorked concerts, newEar offers an evening of contemporary music, and dance fans will enjoy Modern Night at the Folly, sponsored by the City in Motion Dance Company. Check the listings below for details and further offerings.
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JCCC’s Performing Arts Series welcomed British vocal trio Voice to Polsky Theatre in an intimate commemoration of love and romance, resulting in a perfect Valentine’s Day celebration.
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Pianist Lise de la Salle, presented by The Friends of Chamber Music, is more at home with Brahms than with her native Frenchmen Ravel and Debussy
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The White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center presented “From Berlin to Broadway,” a cabaret-style revue of Kurt Weill’s impressive body of works.
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Members of the Kansas City Symphony focused on works of the early 20th century for an engaging Happy Hour concert.
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Part of the Olathe Civic Theatre Association’s 40th Anniversary Season, "The Musical of Musicals: The Musical!" is a charming and sidesplitting night of parody.
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Dakota Johnson is the only ray of light in the grayish fog of boredom that is "Fifty Shades of Grey."
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