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A friendly battle of the bands between the KU and MU jazz bands provided a fun evening of jazz at the Blue Room at the American Jazz Museum this past weekend.
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The Lied Center of Kansas welcomed Canadian Brass with a packed house, which in turn was treated to a night of holly jolly music that was both virtuosic and engaging.
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Todd Bolender’s "The Nutcracker" has become an established tradition for Kansas City. The production will take its final curtain call on Christmas Eve, and the Kansas City Ballet will return next year with a new adaptation by Devon Carney.
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Musical Theater Heritage’s winter production is “Oliver!” The company efficiently and capably wraps this classic musical in a tidy and compelling package.
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Tommy Lee Jones and Hilary Swank bring the harshness of the western frontier to life in "The Homesman."
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The Heartland Men’s Chorus was bursting with hometown pride and holiday spirit in its latest show, "Kansas City Christmas," presented at the Folly Theater last weekend.
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Trumpeter Chris Botti, his ensemble, and featured guests played a program for the Performing Arts Series at Johnson County Community College that showcased virtuosity and versatility with a wide range of styles and moods.
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“Nutcracker,” “A Christmas Carol,” “Messiah.” Those are just some of the annual holiday traditions. Add TubaChristmas to the mix. For the 30 years since its inception in New York City, hundreds of tuba and euphonium players of all ages and skill level have gathered together to perform Christmas carols. With over 600 participants spread over two events, the Kansas City Symphony hosted this year’s gathering.
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The Kansas City Symphony and Chorus were joined by the Independence Messiah Choir and guest soloists to perform an energetic rendition of Handel’s “Messiah” for a packed Helzberg Hall last Friday evening.
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Under the baton of guest conductor Bramwell Tovey and with soloist Orion Weiss, the Kansas City Symphony gave a stellar [sorry for the pun] performance of works by Debussy and Mozart, but Holst’s “The Planets” was the main draw.
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