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<h2><em>Kansas City Symphony Presents</em></h2>
Classics Uncorked: SHAKESPEARE <em>in</em> MUSIC
April 4, 2017

Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center

 

As Shakespeare wrote, “All the world’s a stage!” This Kansas City Symphony concert, produced in conjunction with the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival’s 25th anniversary, features timeless music inspired by the Bard’s greatest comedies, tragedies and histories. From Mendelssohn’s classic Scherzo from A Midsummer Night’s Dream to Tchaikovsky’s epic Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasy — this concert is sure to awaken the poet in you. After the concert, enjoy a complimentary glass of wine or champagne and mingle with Symphony musicians in Kauffman Center’s Brandmeyer Great Hall lobby. Most tickets $25.

 

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Tue 4/4/17 7:00PM


<h2><em>Kansas City Symphony Presents</em></h2>
CLASSICS UNCORKED: SHALL WE DANCE?
May 18, 2017

Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center

 

Tap your toes, twirl your partner and sway through the evening with symphonic dance music performed by your Kansas City Symphony! Soar through the sky with Stravinsky’s Firebird, revel in Brahms’ Hungarian Dance No. 5, celebrate Americana with Copland’s “Hoe-Down” from Rodeo, and even sample some techno with Mason Bates’ “Warehouse Medicine” from The B-Sides. After the concert, enjoy a complimentary glass of wine or champagne and mingle with Symphony musicians in Kauffman Center’s Brandmeyer Great Hall lobby. Most tickets $25.

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Thu 5/18/17 7:00PM


<h2><em>Kansas City Symphony Presents</em></h2>
CLASSICS UNCORKED: THE ARCHITECTURE <em>of</em> MUSIC
June 7, 2017

Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center

 

Famed German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said, “Music is liquid architecture; architecture is frozen music.” Come explore the blueprints of towering symphonies, concertos and more with the Kansas City Symphony. Compelling movements from Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony and Brahms’ Fourth Symphony balance Ives’ rowdy Variations on “America” and the colorful Rondeau from Mozart’s “Turkish” Violin Concerto. After the concert, enjoy a complimentary glass of wine or champagne and mingle with Symphony musicians in Kauffman Center’s Brandmeyer Great Hall lobby. Most tickets $25.

Media support provided by The Pitch

Wed 6/7/17 7:00PM