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Monthly Archives: June 2014
In only a year and a half, the founders of the Kansas City Dance Festival have made good on a promise: it is officially annual. Last weekend was the second year, and the growth between the two is impressive. While … Continue reading
We all carry, even those most thoroughly self-convinced otherwise, an internal palette that colors every moment, past and future. The present is impossible to discern, inaccuracies rife, yet it is all we have. As the crimson blends with orange or umber or sky-blue: … Continue reading
I reviewed the Kansas City Chamber Orchestra for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time, you can read the review here.
I reviewed the Kansas City Symphony’s finale concert for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time, you can read the review here.
I reviewed the Kansas City Symphony’s Verdi Requiem for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time, read the review here.