Sunday, 7 February 2016

Why not just move to Kansas?

There might be many reasons to move to Kansas, but here is a whole list. It is great to see the English Concert's Ariodante is going to cross the pond. Let's all click our red shoes together.

Harriman-Jewell Series 2016-17
Sept. 24: Sphinx Virtuosi chamber orchestra in a free Discovery Concert. (Folly Theater)
Oct. 1: Jessica Lang Dance (Muriel Kauffman Theatre, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts)
Oct. 14: Renée Fleming, soprano (Helzberg Hall, Kauffman Center)
Oct. 22: Ben Bliss, tenor, in a free Discovery Concert which is also his American recital debut. (Folly Theater)
Oct. 28: Denis Matsuev, pianist (Folly Theater)
Nov. 15: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Choir (Folly Theater)
Dec. 1: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis: Big Band Holiday (Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland)
Dec. 7: Joyce DiDonato and Il Pomo d’Oro performing “War and Peace.” (Folly Theater)
Dec. 15: WindSync wind quintet presents Simple Gifts: A Holiday Sampler, a free Discovery Concert (Folly Theater)
Jan. 27, 2017: Russian National Ballet presents “Romeo and Juliet” plus great Russian gems (Muriel Kauffman Theatre)
Feb. 16: Venice Baroque Orchestra with violinist Nicola Benedetti (Folly Theater)
Feb. 26: Simone Porter, violinist, in a free Discovery Concert (Folly Theater)
March 10: National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine with pianist Alexei Grynyuk (Helzberg Hall)
March 24: Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra conducted by Keith Lockhart. (Muriel Kauffman Theatre)
March 31: Anne-Sophie Mutter, violinist (Folly Theater)
April 8: Tomer Gewirtzman, pianist, in a free Discovery Concert (Folly Theater)
April 22: The Great Flood: guitarist Bill Frisell with ensemble and a film by Bill Morrison (Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art)
April 28: Joyce DiDonato with the English Concert and vocal cast in George Frideric Handel’s “Ariodante.” (Helzberg Hall)

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