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Monthly Archives: March 2014
I reviewed the Kansas City Symphony, conducted by Carlos Miguel Prieto and featuring guitarist Jiyeon Kim for The Kansas City Star. Their performance of Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet” was one of the most riveting I’ve ever heard. For a brief … Continue reading
I contributed a profile on dancer and choreographer Jane Gotch for The Kansas City Star’s story on the winners of this year’s Charlotte Street Foundation’s Generative Artist Awards. One project that I thought particularly interesting, but edited for space, was … Continue reading
I reviewed the Kansas City Jazz Orchestra’s performance in Helzberg Hall for The Kansas City Star. Their “T-bone Sizzle!” concert featured Wycliffe Gordon and the entire trombone section. For a brief time, you can read the review here.
I reviewed the LA Philharmonic and Lyric Opera’s “La bohème” for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time, read the reviews here and here. Looks like LA Phil, along with performing an inspiring concert, enjoyed their time in Kansas City, … Continue reading
I reviewed Kansas City Symphony with soloist Joshua Bell for The Kansas City Star, as well as Kansas City Chorale with tenor and composer Michael McGlynn. For a brief time, read the Bell review here and the McGlynn review here. … Continue reading
I reviewed the Haifa Symphony Orchestra for The Kansas City Star. This concert was part of the ensemble’s first-ever United States tour. For a brief time, you can read the review here.