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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
décembre 2020
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Kansas CityAmahl and the Night Visitors

Menotti: Amahl et les visiteurs de nuit
Lyric Opera of Kansas City
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Lucia and the Lairds: Lyric Opera of Kansas City

Sarah Coburn (Lucia) © Karli Cadel
Sarah Coburn triumphs in Shawna Lucey's production of Donizetti's masterpiece. 

Musical cosmologies in Kansas City

Matthew Halls © Jon Christopher Meyers | Oregon Bach Festival
Visiting conductor Matthew Halls in a programme of Haydn, MacMillan and Beethoven.

Steely swans in Kansas City

Swan Lake © Brett Pruitt | East Market Studios
Kaleena Burks impresses in her role as Odette/Odile in Kansas City Ballet's Swan Lake

Zukerman returns to Kansas City to celebrate Beethoven and Isaac Stern

Pinchas Zukerman © Cheryl Mazak
Janáček's The Fiddler’s Child and Mozart's 39th Symphony complete a varied program under Michael Stern.

Emanuel Ax joins the Kansas City Symphony

Emanuel Ax © Lisa-Marie Mazzucco
A sprightly program of Beethoven, anti-Beethoven and Bartók.

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.