Kansas City Women’s Chorus presents Come to Your Senses

Kansas City Women’s Chorus is Kansas City’s only regional women’s chorus inspiring through performance, embracing diversity, and advocating social justice.

Founded in 1999, KCWC has spent 25 years building bridges with local community charities while bringing entertaining and enlightening treble choral music to KC. What began as a 25-member chorus has grown to a nonprofit organization with more than 100 members. KCWC is an auditioned chorus comprised of a diverse membership who represent a wide range of ages, ethnicities, sexual orientation, and religious backgrounds.

Emily Marrin, executive director for the KCWC says, “KCWC members are female-identifying people who are single, married, gay, and straight. are parents, grandparents, siblings, and children. We are businesspeople, doctors, teachers, technicians, retired persons, and artists. We are singers, and ambassadors for music, social justice, and Kansas City.”

A special treat awaits your senses with the KCWC spring concert entitled Come to Your Senses. This performance will highlight songs that make your mouth water and your ears experience things in a different way – an echo song, a song that features overtone singing. The music will take you to the smell right after a fresh rain, paint a colorful picture for your eyes, and help you feel the world around you.

Whether you’ve attended multiple KCWC concerts or this would be your first, you are invited to Come to Your Senses!

Tickets are going fast, so now is the time to reserve your seat for one of the performances on May 17, 18, or 19 at the Lyric Opera’s Michael and Ginger Frost Production Arts Building, 1725 Holmes Street, KCMO. Tickets are $15 – $35 + fees, with pricing for children, adults, seniors, and groups. (Tickets available at the door if the performance is not sold out.)

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