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Bach Aria Soloists – KC Star

A charming combination of musical finesse and light theater, the Bach Aria Soloists’ remarkably imaginative program “The Adventures of Don Quixote” enchanted an audience of more than 250 people Saturday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. The 65-minute presentation inspired by Cervantes’ 17th-century novel married the…

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The Wires – KC Metropolis

The Wires performed during the Heartland Chamber Festival to a full atrium of students, parents, and music lovers Friday night outside the Nerman Museum of Art. The Wires, made up of Kansas City musicians violinist Laurel Morgan and cellist Sascha Groschang, performed for a standing-room…

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KCUR feature on Helmut Lachenmann’s Pression for Solo Cello

Read and hear! the full interview here. Here’s some highlights: Cellist Sascha Groschang is no stranger to new music. Since 2009, she’s performed with the alternative strings duo The Wires. But in a collaboration with the contemporary chamber ensemble, newEar, Groschang says she’s found herself…

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Mark Morris Acis and Galatea – Reviews are In!

Independence Examiner Kansas City Star KC Metropolis

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Headed Back to China with Mantovani Pops Orchestra

I’ll be headed back to China in December 2014 with the Mantovani Pops Orchestra. This will be my third Asian Tour with them, and I hope this will be the year I see the Great Wall (except I saw it once from a plane and…

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KC Metropolis – KC Actor’s Theatre Review

Read the article! Stoppard and Shakespeare in a new light By Karen Hauge Thu, Sep 11, 2014 AddThis A double feature of Shakespearean proportions constitutes the latest impressive offering from Kansas City Actors Theatre by pairing the absurdist “Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead” with its…

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NewsPress Now Review

Sascha Groschang brought out deep, rich tones from her cello as Kairy Koshoeva sent her fingers rippling over the ivory keys during the first fall Downtown Noon Concert. Ms. Groschang, a Missouri Western State University faculty member who has played Carnegie Hall and the Lincoln…

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Heart of America Shakespeare Festival – KC Star Review

Read the original review here Well, as I said to two friends Friday night as we exited Southmoreland Park, I’ve never been a big fan of William Shakespeare’s science-fiction plays. We had just watched “The Winter’s Tale,” a well-acted, sumptuously costumed production from the Heart…

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KC Star – 5 Reasons to See Winter’s Tale

Read the article here SIGN IN SUBSCRIBE CUSTOMER SERVICE Wednesday, September 24, 2014 JOBS CARS HOMES performing arts The Kansas City Star | KansasCity.com Home News Sports Business Living Entertainment Opinion Obituaries Local Deals Classifieds ENTERTAINMENT PERFORMING ARTS FacebookTwitterGoogle PlusRedditE-mailPrint Five reasons to see ‘The…

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Cello Duo Arrangements Now Available!!!!

Cello Duo Arrangements for standard cello pieces by Sascha Groschang!  These are great for teaching the intermediate level cellist – when there’s no access to a piano or pianist.  This helps the student to hear better in tune, play with an accompanist, and makes a great…

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