Review for KCStudio: Kastalsky’s Requiem

The rumors are true: KC Studio is starting to review a select number of music and dance concerts! After the demise of KCMetropolis and with limited local outlets for criticism, KC Studio acquired funds to support timely, online reviews, joining the theater reviews by Robert Trussell. Please read, share and discuss! A healthy community welcomes... Continue Reading →

KCStudio: Sept/Oct 2018

New issue out now and wow--sit down, everybody--you'll need to spend some time with this magazine and your calendar because you do not want to miss a thing happening in KC. But--real talk--you may have to make some hard choices. It's a crazy season. Enjoy. A Stimulating Season for Music Lovers Concert to Come: Beethoven's... Continue Reading →

KC Studio July/August 2018

I got to talk with three completely different musicians for this issue of KC Studio. I am swooooooning over this cover! Click on the pic below to check out the whole issue, or on the individual links to go to those stories. Honors: Laurel Gagnon, violin Concert to Come: Gerald Trimble, viola da gamba The... Continue Reading →

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 →

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