Sascha Groschang Cello Lady

The Wires on KCUR’s Central Standard talking about their sophomore album – May 2019

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ANYTHING GOES: MUSICAL CONVENTIONS FOR WEDDINGS ARE ALL OVER THE MAP

ANYTHING GOES: MUSICAL CONVENTIONS FOR WEDDINGS ARE ALL OVER THE MAP At the end of Wagner’s opera Lohengrin, the source of the most famous bridal march of all, poor Elsa collapses and dies as her heroic groom (who is a Knight of the Holy Grail, after all)…

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FOUR GO FORTH: KANSAS CITY’S NEW RESIDENT QUARTET AIMS HIGH

FOUR GO FORTH: KANSAS CITY’S NEW RESIDENT QUARTET AIMS HIGH Determination is usually the main factor that decides whether or not a new arts group will thrive. That’s why there’s good reason to believe that Opus 76, Kansas City’s new “resident string quartet,” is on…

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A STRING QUARTET WELL WORTH HEARING Opus 76 is Welcome Addition to KC’s Classical Scene

A STRING QUARTET WELL WORTH HEARING Opus 76 is Welcome Addition to KC’s Classical Scene by Paul Pattison Special to KC Arts Beat The Opus 76 String Quartet presented the fourth concert of its inaugural season at Old Mission United Methodist Church on April 16….

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Just Announced: The Wires present – WIRED IN – Creative Strings Workshop

Join the Kansas City string duo The Wires for a fun filled intensive creative strings workshop for cello, viola, and violin. We will be teaching “alternative” strings techniques and tunes including fiddle, rock, improv, composition and more! Special guest artists (soon to be announced) will…

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The Wires – Listen Local Interview

Thursday, Jun 1, 2017 Tagged As: classical The Wires The Wires are an original alternative classical music duo comprised of Sascha Groschang on cello and Laurel Parks on violin. Together they surpass expectations of what a string duo can be by incorporating innovative sounds and techniques into…

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Bach Aria Soloists – KC Star

The Bach Aria Soloists ended their 17th season on Saturday with the delightful, imaginative presentation of “The Adventures of Don Quixote” at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. The Soloists (Elizabeth Suh Lane, violin, Beau Bledsoe, Baroque guitar, Elisa Williams Bickers, harpsichord, and Sarah Tannehill Anderson, soprano)…

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Bach Aria Soloist Review – KC Metropolis

        Four hundred years ago, in 1617, the two-part El ingenioso hidalgo don Quixote de la Mancha, commonly known as Don Quixote, by Miguel de Cervantes, was published in a combined edition for the first time. This literary masterpiece has certainly inspired generations of…

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St. Joseph Symphony Interview

http://saintjosephsymphony.org/sascha-groschang/ Sascha Groschang, principal Instrument: Cello Member of the Saint Joseph Symphony since: 2012 Bio: Sascha Groschang is an active recitalist and chamber musician, having performed across the United States and Asia. She has appeared at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall numerous times, and gave her solo debut recital at Carnegie Hall’s…

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The Wires – Pitch Interview

The Wires talk alternative classical ahead of Lawrence Arts Center gig Saturday NICK SPACEK  FEB 8, 2017 9 AM 0  Tweet  Share The Lawrence Arts Center’s Nine Forty Live series has showcased innovative local and regional musicians for the past five years. But its reputation…

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