Feb28

Kansas City Symphony and Chorus: Beethoven's Mass in C

The Kauffmann Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway, Kansas City, MO

From the KC Symphony website:

Matthew Halls, guest conductor

Kansas City Symphony Chorus, Charles Bruffy, chorus director

Karina Gauvin, soprano

Krisztina Szabó, mezzo-soprano

Nicholas Phan, tenor

Tyler Duncan, baritone

F.J. HAYDN Symphony No. 102

JAMES MacMILLAN Sinfonietta

BEETHOVEN Mass in C

Esteemed conductor Matthew Halls returns to lead the orchestra, Symphony Chorus and guest vocalists in Beethoven’s early, transcendent Mass in C. Haydn’s delightful Symphony No. 102 is jam-packed with surprises — especially the fun ending. James MacMillan’s Sinfonietta transports listeners “from the tranquil to the visceral and back again.” Don’t miss this stunning feast for the senses as you’re fully immersed in the superb acoustics of Helzberg Hall. Tickets from $25.

I'll be at the piano for the MacMillan and at the organ for the Beethoven.

Feb29

Liberty Community Chorus: "A Choral Kaleidoscope"

Community of Christ Temple, 201 S River Blvd, Independence, MO

I am pleased to again join this chorus of talented amateur musicians, conducted by my friend Bryan Taylor, as they sing a kaleidoscope of musical styles and cultures in the acoustically and visually beautiful environment of Community of Christ Temple. Dr. Eph Ehly will be guest conductor.

Admission is free. Visit https://www.libertycommunitychorus.org for details.

Feb29

Kansas City Symphony and Chorus: Beethoven's Mass in C

The Kauffmann Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway, Kansas City, MO

From the KC Symphony website:

Matthew Halls, guest conductor

Kansas City Symphony Chorus, Charles Bruffy, chorus director

Karina Gauvin, soprano

Krisztina Szabó, mezzo-soprano

Nicholas Phan, tenor

Tyler Duncan, baritone

F.J. HAYDN Symphony No. 102

JAMES MacMILLAN Sinfonietta

BEETHOVEN Mass in C

Esteemed conductor Matthew Halls returns to lead the orchestra, Symphony Chorus and guest vocalists in Beethoven’s early, transcendent Mass in C. Haydn’s delightful Symphony No. 102 is jam-packed with surprises — especially the fun ending. James MacMillan’s Sinfonietta transports listeners “from the tranquil to the visceral and back again.” Don’t miss this stunning feast for the senses as you’re fully immersed in the superb acoustics of Helzberg Hall. Tickets from $25.

I'll be at the piano for the MacMillan and at the organ for the Beethoven.

Mar1

Kansas City Symphony and Chorus: Beethoven's Mass in C

The Kauffmann Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway, Kansas City, MO

From the KC Symphony website:

Matthew Halls, guest conductor

Kansas City Symphony Chorus, Charles Bruffy, chorus director

Karina Gauvin, soprano

Krisztina Szabó, mezzo-soprano

Nicholas Phan, tenor

Tyler Duncan, baritone

F.J. HAYDN Symphony No. 102

JAMES MacMILLAN Sinfonietta

BEETHOVEN Mass in C

Esteemed conductor Matthew Halls returns to lead the orchestra, Symphony Chorus and guest vocalists in Beethoven’s early, transcendent Mass in C. Haydn’s delightful Symphony No. 102 is jam-packed with surprises — especially the fun ending. James MacMillan’s Sinfonietta transports listeners “from the tranquil to the visceral and back again.” Don’t miss this stunning feast for the senses as you’re fully immersed in the superb acoustics of Helzberg Hall. Tickets from $25.

I'll be at the piano for the MacMillan and at the organ for the Beethoven.