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KCPT: Arts Worth Watching

KCPT brings the arts to your living room seven days a week. This July, A Capitol Fourth, America’s national Independence Day celebration, kicks off our country’s 242nd birthday with an


Three Great Orchestras, Three Great Conductors

One of the hallmarks of the Harriman-Jewell Series is its presentation of the world’s greatest orchestras. But next season, the Series is outdoing itself. Three major orchestras will appear in Kansas City, accompanied by their conductors along with highly acclaimed soloists. On September 26, The Philadelphia Orchestra conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin will perform Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances and violinist Lisa Batiashvili will be the soloist for Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto.

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Strong Women Grace the Stage of JCCC’s Carlsen Center for 2018-2019

Strong women performers highlight the 2018-2019 Carlsen Center Presents season at Johnson County Community College. And yes, the phrase “strong women performers” can mean two different things. Are these women giving a strong performance? Or are the women themselves full of tough-as-nails, take-no-prisoners strength? The answer: both. Take, for example, pop and folk superstar Emmylou Harris, who will be performing for the Carlsen Center series on Oct. 13 in Yardley Hall.

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Our Histories Define and Unite Us

The Kansas City Museum accomplished significant milestones in 2017. Our project team completed comprehensive architectural design master planning with International Architects Atelier; launched the #MakingAMuseumKC capital campaign and fundraising initiative led by Honorary Chairs and Members Mr. Bill Dunn, Sr., Mr. Henry Bloch, Mr. Edward T. Matheny, Jr., Mrs. Anita Gorman, Mr. Carl J. DiCapo, and Mr. Ollie Gates; kicked off restoration and […]

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Art Passions of Dr. Barohn

Driving in the Crossroads Arts District three years ago, Dr. Richard Barohn saw something in the window of Weinberger Fine Art that piqued his interest — a large black-and-white painting of his science hero, Charles Darwin. At least he thought it was a painting. On closer inspection, the avid art collector and vice chancellor of […]

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