Colectiva Huēhuecoyōtl is a new ensemble in the region, with a mission to combine music, education and social justice. The organization provides free-of-cost entertainment for nonprofit organizations that cater specifically
Kansas City Repertory Theatre has cancelled its previously announced 2020-21 season, yet another example of the COVID-19 pandemic’s disastrous effect on live theater and all performing arts. Artistic Director Stuart Carden and Executive Director Angela Gieras released a joint statement on Aug. 5 explaining the decision to pull the plug on what looked like a potentially exciting season.
Charlie Parker is revered as a jazz genius — a bold and brilliant innovator largely responsible not only for revolutionizing the music’s sound, but for transforming its image from that of captivating entertainment to incontestable art.
Colectiva Huēhuecoyōtl is a new ensemble in the region, with a mission to combine music, education and social justice. The organization provides free-of-cost entertainment for nonprofit organizations that cater specifically to marginalized communities.
Meghann Henry, Mesner Puppets’ new producing artistic director, realized in mid-March that her pre-pandemic plans to retool the venerable puppet theater might not be enough to save it from the unanticipated peril of COVID-19.
If you’ve been paying attention to the Kansas City classical music scene during the last 20 years or so, you’ve heard her voice. Described as “sparkling,” “stand-out” and “soulful,” Sarah Tannehill Anderson is one of the most sought-after coloratura sopranos in the region.
Together, Kansas City is building an orchestra of diverse and deserving children in the urban core! It’s called Harmony Project KC. This orchestra, which is the flagship program of the Northeast Community Center, is a research-based, youth mentorship program that provides music instruction, practice, performance opportunities and character development to underserved children, with the goal […]