Upcoming Music Events
All information is subject to change.
Most events are in the Nave unless otherwise specified.
Please address questions to Paul Meier (816-214-9928 or email@example.com).
Friday, February 10 at 8 p.m.
Friends of Chamber Music: Jordi Savall presents The Musical Europe: Europe Dances
One of the biggest names in Early Music is finally returning to the Heartland! Universally-celebrated virtuoso, Jordi Savall retursn to Kansas City with his world-famous ensemble Hespèrion XXI to present a rousing collection of dances that explore the vibrant culture of Europe at the dawn of the Baroque. This program is an auditory Grand Tour! Savall and his consort of extraordinary instrumentalists will leave you begging for more. Ticket info
Saturday, February 11 at 8:30 a.m.
Choral Workshop II with Norman Mackenzie, choral clinician
Musical selections Mr. Mackenzie has chosen to present at the Choral Workshops include Brahms – How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place (English) and Schaffe in mir, Gott, ein rein Herz (opening, only, of Motet #2); Mozart – Ave Verum Corpus; Haydn – The Heavens are Telling; and Shaw/Parker arrangements of Wondrous Love and Saints Bound for Heaven. To register for this event
Saturday, February 11 at 1 p.m.
Robert Shaw: Man of Many Voices
Kansas City film premiere and gala concert, Robert Shaw: Man of Many Voices, traces the journey of a small town California boy who planned to be a minister like his father, but instead became the greatest conductor of choral music the world has ever known. At the heart of the film is the mystery of Shaw’s genius. With no formal musical training, he achieved a stunning early success in popular music and later became legendary for his interpretations of classical music’s great choral masterpieces. Ticket info
Sunday, February 12 at 2 p.m.
Allegro “At Home” Classical Concert to benefit Ronald McDonald House
Presented by Allegro Choirs of Kansas City with guest choir: MidAmerica Nazarene University’s Heritage Choir. Seating is General Admission. More info
Sunday, March 26 at 2 p.m.
Just what the name implies. The central work for this concert is Herbert Howells’ magnificent Requiem, written in 1936 after the death of his young son but not released until 1981. Leonard Bernstein’s French Choruses from The Lark, plus music from Heinrich Schütz, Hugo Distler, Johann Nepomuk David and Geoffrey Wilcken round out the program. Ticket info