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Author Archives: Libby Hanssen
I wrote about Leonard Bernstein as man, musician and advocate for The Pitch, plus a full page of February happenings in the Classical Music & Dance Calendar. Cheers to a robust arts scene!
Scroll down to browse my latest words, thoughts and contributions. “Read Me…” collects some personal favorites and links to other publications. Everything else is just for fun.
Panels for a display I made for the Music/Media Library.
I wrote about William Baker Festival Singers’ “Festival of Kansas City Composers,” featuring composer–in-residence Ed Frazier Davis, William Dawson, Virgil Thomson and a ream of local talent for Kansas City’s NPR-affiliate KCUR 89.3FM.
Laura Kaminsky’s As One at LOKC | Violist Christine Grossman | Boston Camerata’s Play of Daniel with Friends of Chamber Music | Dance Theater of Harlem with Harriman-Jewell Series
January issue of The Pitch, with a piece on arx duo and a busy, busy classical music arts calendar sidebar.