Hakuna Errata

Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Correction Blurb I had a great conversation with pianist Ran Dank a couple of months ago, in advance of his performance with the Kansas City Symphony playing Leonard Bernstein's "Age of Anxiety." In preparation of the interview, I listened to the work, read about Bernstein's... Continue Reading →

KC Studio March/April 2018

Kansas City Ballet's 60th Anniversary Dance Festival - two impressive weekends of performances, including KCB's first performance from Jirí Kylián, the spectacular "Petite Mort," as well as a world premiere by Andrea Schermoly, and a 60th Anniversary Celebration. Bach Aria Soloists "Night of Tango" - the fourth tango show by BAS and the return engagement of... Continue Reading →

KC Studio Jan/Feb 2018

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

KC Studio Sept/Oct

For this issue of KC Studio, I interviewed Van Cliburn silver medalist Kenny Broberg, a graduate student at Park University's International Center for Music; the Kansas City Symphony's 2017-2018, including the Century of Bernstein festival; and Mid America Freedom Band's diverse and challenging season.

KC Studio July/August 2017

This issue of KC Studio comes with a retrospective about Kansas City's public art initiative. I wrote about Kansas City Baroque Consortium's summer series, "Between Silence and Light," and about "The Classical Challenge," the classical music radio show on KKFI 90.1 FM Kansas City Community Radio.  

KCStudio Nov/Dec 2016

Gorgeous edition of KCStudio features Joyce DiDonato on the cover! I wrote about her project "In War & Peace: Harmony through Music" for my column: Concert to Come. I also wrote an Artist to Watch profile on soprano Liz Pearse. Read and enjoy!

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