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Monthly Archives: March 2017
I reviewed the Heartland Men’s Chorus and Twin Cities Gay Men’s Chorus performance of “IDENTIFY” for The Kansas City Star. Advertisements
I reviewed the Kansas City Symphony for The Kansas City Star. The concert included Sibelius no.2 and the posthumous world premiere performance of Rautaavara’s Fantasia, commissioned by Meyers.
I reviewed Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin for The Kansas City Star.
I reviewed the Ukrainian group DakhaBrakha for The Kansas City Star.
I reviewed Lyric Opera of Kansas City’s performance of “Dead Man Walking” for The Kansas City Star.
In this issue of KC Studio, I wrote about the Kansas City Symphony’s Masterpiece Campaign, the joint recital between Lawrence Brownlee and Eric Owen, Spire Chamber Ensemble’s upcoming premiere of “But Who Shall Return Us Our Children?-A Kipling Passion” by … Continue reading