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The Performing Arts Series at Johnson County Community College introduced three new collaborations Friday night at Yardley Hall in front of a medial, but excitable crowd.
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The opening concert of the thirty-ninth season of The Friends of Chamber Music series brought one of the world’s finest string quartets to Kansas City. The Brentano String Quartet with pianist Juho Pohjonen did not disappoint with their performance of spectacular Romantic works.
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The Kansas City Symphony presented one of its popular happy hour chamber music concerts in Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, this time featuring a percussion-heavy musical assortment by composers Ligeti, Zappa, and more.
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Theatre Lawrence: "Mary Poppins" (October 6–7)
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The Conservatory Wind Symphony opened UMKC’s Conservatory Artist Series with the works of three living composers in Helzberg Hall.
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A sampling of gallery openings and museum exhibitions throughout the metro area for October including Asheer Akram's "Sacred Spaces" at Red Star Studios, "Summoning Ghosts: The Art of Hung Liu" at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Summit Art Festival in downtown Lee's Summit.
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The 14th annual Kansas International Film Festival (KIFF) is set to take place October 10–16 at the Glenwood Arts Theatre in Overland Park, Kansas, with fifty-five films in seven days.
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"The Skeleton Twins," with its terrific writing and acting by Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader, should be on your short list for movies to see this early autumn season.
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Verdi’s "La traviata" is a sure thing, providing ample opportunity for artistic collaboration across the disciplines, from visual art to dance with plenty of vocal showmanship in between. By programming a stand-by masterwork to open the 2014 season, the Lyric Opera of Kansas City at once satisfied its faithful and perhaps lured in some new fans with Director David Gately’s interpretation.
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Kansas City’s First Fridays have been a favorite monthly activity of arts lovers for years, and Mid-America Arts Alliance has a series that beautifully marries the visual and performing arts in a thoughtful and fun way right in the heart of the Crossroads. Executive editor Kristin Shafel Omiccioli spoke with Mary Kennedy, CEO of M-AAA, about the organization’s upcoming fall events on its popular LIVE! in the Crossroads series. October's First Friday pairs the visual art of "A Cast of Blues" with the blues stylings of Millage Gilbert.
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