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Monthly Archives: March 2012
I reviewed the Heartland Mens Chorus for The Kansas City Star. They performed the program “When I Knew,” addressing awareness of sexuality and the issue of bullying of the LGBT youth. They partnered with Dan Savage, co-founder of “It Gets … Continue reading
The following is my entry for the 2012 Spring for Music Festival Arts Blogger Challenge. It addresses the question: “New York has long been considered the cultural capital of America. Is it still? If not, where?” This is my answer. Cultural … Continue reading
Last Friday was quite the Communist uprising at the Kauffman Center. Lyric Opera presented John Adams “Nixon in China” in Kauffman Theatre and the Harriman-Jewell Series brought in the Red Star Red Army Chorus and Dance Ensemble to perform in … Continue reading
My review for the Metropolitan Ensemble Theatre’s production of “One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest” is a featured article on KCMetropolis.org. Read the review here.
The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, the Monday night house band for the legendary Village Vanguard jazz club in New York, performed for the Folly Jazz Series. The audience for their show included considerable representation from the Kansas City jazz scene. Read the review here.