Fabulous Fall Concerts with Your Kansas City Symphony

Kansas City Symphony
Wynonna with the Kansas City Symphony on November 10, 2018

From Bach and bluegrass to country sensation Wynonna and heavenly choral music, your Symphony has a fall concert just for you!

Classics UncorkedKansas City Symphony Presents
CLASSICS UNCORKED: BACH, BLUEGRASS and BOURBON
Thursday, November 8 at 7 p.m.
Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center

Ready for some toe-tappin’ fun? We’re bringing a little Kentucky to KC. Come hear some bluegrass pickin’ and pluckin’ plus Bach’s Brandenburg Concerto No. 3. After the concert, enjoy a complimentary glass of wine while mingling with Symphony musicians in Kauffman Center’s Brandmeyer Great Hall with its sweeping views of downtown. A special selection of bourbons also will be available for tasting. Most tickets $25. Sponsored by:BMO

WynonnaWYNONNA with the KANSAS CITY SYMPHONY
Saturday, November 10 at 8 p.m.
Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center

There is only one Wynonna. Her range, style and voice are simply unmatched. Wynonna returns to the Kansas City Symphony in a celebration of great music, performing her country hits and rock classics along with staples of the American Songbook. Please note: this concert is presented without intermission. Tickets from $45.

 

 

 

 

Kansas City Symphony Classical Series
MOZART, BACH and SCHUBERT’S NINTH
Friday and Saturday, November 16-17 at 8 p.m.
Sunday, November 18 at 2 p.m.
Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center

Michael Stern, conductor
Kansas City Symphony Chorus,
Charles Bruffy, chorus director
Allegro Choirs of Kansas City,
Christy Elsner, founder and artistic director

W.A. MOZART Ave verum corpus
J.S. BACH “O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht,” BWV 118
JOHN ADAMS On the Transmigration of Souls
SCHUBERT Symphony No. 9, “The Great”

Two sublime choral works, Mozart’s Ave verum corpus and Bach’s “O Jesu Christ, meins Lebens Licht” begin this beautiful program of reflection and transcendence. Then John Adams’ On the Transmigration of Souls, evokes a “memory space” to contemplate and commemorate the events of 9/11. One of the grandest symphonies of the early Romantic era, Schubert’s Ninth, “The Great,” caps off the concert with poetic genius and heroic melodies. Join us for a post-concert talk. Tickets from $25.

Kansas City Symphony Classical Series
MOZART’S “JUPITER” with HAYDN’S TRUMPET CONCERTO
Friday and Saturday, November 23-24 at 8 p.m.
Sunday, November 25 at 2 p.m.
Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center

Bernard Labadieguest conductor
Julian Kaplantrumpet

F.J. HAYDN Symphony No. 26, “Lamentatione”
F.J. HAYDN Trumpet Concerto
W.A. MOZART Symphony No. 41, “Jupiter”

Maestro Bernard Labadie returns to the Kansas City Symphony for this sparkling Thanksgiving weekend program. Haydn’s Trumpet Concerto is the best-known solo trumpet and orchestra work for good reason, overflowing with catchy melodies and featuring our James B. and Annabel Nutter Principal Trumpet Julian Kaplan. Equally stunning is Mozart’s final symphony, “Jupiter” — an extraordinary work with a breathtaking finale. Tickets from $25.

For more information and to purchase tickets, contact the Symphony Box Office at (816) 471-0400 or visit kcsymphony.org. The Symphony offers a range of ticket prices and packages. Group and senior student discounts are available.

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