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What do conductor Michael Stern, pianist Wei Luo, and composer David Hertzberg have in common? They all have connections to the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, and they all contributed to an interesting, varied concert.
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Olathe Civic Theatre Association (OCTA) recently announced its 2017-18 season of five diverse shows, which will kick off September 15, 2017. The lineup includes two award-winning musicals, a heart-warming classic family story, a fresh comedy-drama, and a laugh-out-loud farce.
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“First Date” at Starlight Theatre; “Dutchman” at KC MeltingPot Theatre; “Poor Relations” at Olathe Civic Theatre Association; “No Talking” at The Coterie; “Gem of the Ocean” at Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre; and more.
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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 acclaimed James Baldwin-inspired documentary "I Am Not Your Negro," and a special presentation at the Tivoli of "The Beatles’ Deconstructed: Sgt. Pepper."
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Returning to Kansas City, the Venice Baroque Orchestra graced the Folly Theater last weekend as part of the Harriman-Jewell Series with featured guest violinist Nicola Benedetti for an evening of charming works played with incredible character and the brilliant spirit of Baroque Italy.
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As February comes to a close, there are still several outstanding musical performances scheduled, including those by the Morgenstern Trio, the Kansas City Symphony, and the Spire Chamber Music Ensemble. The Lyric Opera of Kansas City takes on Jake Heggie’s modern opera "Dead Man Walking" in March, while newEar Contemporary Ensemble will perform works by other contemporary composers in its third concert of the season. The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine will play traditional works as part of the Harriman-Jewell Series, and the Midwest Chamber Ensemble has programmed two performances of musical favorites by British composers. Also, a number of our fine community orchestras, such as the Kansas City Civic Orchestra, the Philharmonia of Greater Kansas City, and the Heritage Philharmonic, are scheduled to perform through mid-March.
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Like a box of chocolates, the pre-professionals of the Midwest Chamber Ensemble’s annual Valentine’s Day Concert offered trifles of romanticism and loveliness in musical form.
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The Kansas City Chamber Orchestra’s Valentine’s Day concerts have become a beloved tradition in the Kansas City classical music community, and this one featured the effervescent “Serenade for Strings” by Tchaikovsky, plus several shorter works.
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Theater League presents the perennial favorite “The Phantom of the Opera” by Andrew Lloyd Webber at the Music Hall.
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