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Salle: Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City

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Adresse1601 Broadway Blvd
Kansas City
MO
États-Unis
Google maps39° 5' 38.199" N 94° 35' 15.781" W
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Spectacles à venirEn voir plus...

Kansas CityAx performs Beethoven

Andriessen, Beethoven, Bartók
Kansas City Symphony; Michael Stern; Emanuel Ax

Kansas CityThe Red Violin in concert featuring Joshua Bell

Corigliano: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra "The Red Violin"
Kansas City Symphony; Michael Stern; Joshua Bell
Critiques récentesEn voir plus...

Laughing outside, crying inside: La Bohème in Kansas City

Georgy Vasiliev (Rodolfo) and Raquel González (Mimì) © Karli Cadel for Lyric Opera of Kansas City
Kathleen Belcher's production is well sung and vividly characterized – but a focus on the comedy comes at the expense of pathos

Religious feeling and fervour from Stern and the Kansas City Symphony

Michael Stern © Todd Rosenberg
Michael Stern conducts Bruckner's Seventh and Stravinksy's Psalms.  

Magical images, tulips and a lobster at Kansas City Ballet

Kansas City Ballet Dancers in Tulips and Lobster © Mike Strong
Adam Hougland's premiere of Carmina Burana in Kansas City. 

From stars and stripes to spikes in Kansas City

Martin Helmchen © Giorgia Bertazzi
World premiere of Daniel Kellogg's The Golden Spike with the Kansas City Symphony.

Tinseltown Mozart in Kansas City

Kathryn Lewek (Konstanze) and Matthew J. Williamson (Pasha Selim) © Karli Cadel for Lyric Opera of Kansas City
Alison Moritz's alluring production of The Abduction from the Seraglio for Lyric Opera of Kansas City

Kansas City Ballet's season closes with triple bill

Danielle Bausinger and Company Dancers | A Play for Love © Ali Fleming
Company and World Premieres to round out KC'S ballet season

Lyric Opera of Kansas City's The Pearl Fishers

Leila (Maeve Höglund) begs Zurga (John Moore) to spare her lover’s life © Elise Bakketun
Andrew Sinclair and Zandra Rhodes' hugely colourful and affecting “Pearl Fishers” for Kansas City Lyric Opera

Kansas City Symphony in Copland, Milhaud and Ravel

Jean-Guihen Queyras © Marco Borggreve
Jean-Guihen Queyras is the soloist in Lalo's rarely performed Cello Concerto.