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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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KC Metropolis – Bach Cantata Review

A mixed bag of Bach By Robert Pherigo   Wed, Dec 11, 2013   Ben Spalding led an account of Bach’s Cantata BVW 70 “Wachet! Betet! Betet! Wachet!” with soloists Suzanne Hatcher, Patricia Thompson, Tytus Abrahamson, and Eddie Straub to mixed results. Trinity Lutheran Church and conductor Ben…

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Wednesday MidDay Medley presents The 113 Best Recordings of 2013 (THE WIRES #12)

Wednesday MidDay Medley TEN to NOON Wednesdays – Streaming at KKFI.org 90.1 FM KKFI – Kansas City Community Radio Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning The 113 Best Recordings of 2013 is based on the playlists of Wednesday MidDay Medley. In 2013 we’ve played over…

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The Kansas City Star – Tell Me on a Sunday

Egads! Theatre’s ‘Tell Me on a Sunday’ showcases powerful young singer November 13 BY DIANA REESE Special to The Star Shelby Floyd can belt out a song. The 22-year-old Overland Park native stars in Egads! Theatre Company’s production of “Tell Me on a Sunday,” a…

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Brad Hoyt – Far Away From Everyday

by Janet Goodman “It’s been an extremely humbling experience so far…With all the work and the amount of time it’s taking, it feels like I’m working on a Star Wars movie,” said musician/composer Brad Hoyt in the fall of 2012 while in the midst of…

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NewEar Review

Read the original article By Don Clark » September 30, 2013, 1:00 pm Concert newEar Contemporary Ensemble Shines in Season Opening Luminosity nelson-atkins-museum-logo-250wNow in its 21st season, newEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, Kansas City’s first and only professional new music ensemble, continues to challenge and delight…

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Michael Bublé at the Sprint Center!!!

i had the privilege of playing (alongside some new and old friends) with Michael Bublé at the Sprint Center this week!  So awesome – and the show is incredible!!  Go see him if you can – he does no disappoint!

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