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Monthly Archives: March 2016
I reviewed Owen/Cox Dance and NAVO’s performance of Stravinsky’s “A Soldier’s Tale” for The Kansas City Star. The performance also featured actor Robert Gibby Brand. For a brief time, read the review here.
I reviewed the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra with guest Pinchas Zukerman for The Kansas City Star. They also performed the world premiere of Harold Meltzer’s “Vision Machine.” For a brief time, read the review here.
I gotta admit, even though I have less than a decade of regular contributions to The Kansas City Star, I get a little … itchy … when I don’t have a byline in Monday’s paper from a weekend review. As … Continue reading
I reviewed Lyric Opera of Kansas City’s “The Elixir of Love” for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time, read the review here.
A Picnic on My Dress: Gorgeous women in gorgeous gowns in a gorgeous setting making gorgeous art. Sounds like an easy win, huh? But the catch, here, was that each artist had to perform despite her garment, constrained by it, each … Continue reading
I reviewed the Kansas City Symphony and pianist Behzod Abduraimov for The Kansas City Star. For a brief time, read the review here.