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The Instrument That Can Sing

Mstislav Rostropovich once said, “When I started learning the cello, I fell in love with the instrument because it seemed like a voice — my voice.” It’s the voice-like characteristic

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The Nelson-Atkins Zooms Into Its Mission

The Nelson-Atkins Zooms Into Its Mission

When COVID-19 upended the way we do nearly everything, School and Educator Programs at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art was no different. With physical access to the museum limited by the pandemic, school field trips were by necessity cancelled. This seemed especially unnerving, since art was needed more than ever as a source of comfort […]

The Kauffman Center Finds New Ways to Connect Audiences with the Arts

The Kauffman Center Finds New Ways to Connect Audiences with the Arts

How do you connect with audiences during an unwelcome intermission in performances? The Kauffman Center has been finding unique ways to do just that. Recent offerings include curated playlists on Spotify, puppet-hosted videos filled with theater lore and unique, take-home menus from The Dining Experience. It is easy to connect to the Center’s new offerings […]

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The Instrument That Can Sing

The Instrument That Can Sing

Mstislav Rostropovich once said, “When I started learning the cello, I fell in love with the instrument because it seemed like a voice — my voice.” It’s the voice-like characteristic of the cello that makes it one of the most heart-melting of instruments.

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