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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 pmeier@kccathedral.org).

 

 

Sunday, August 6 at 2 p.m.

Music Around the World

Music for cello and piano inspired by places around the world. Join cellist Ho Ahn and pianist Kurt Knecht on what is sure to be an unforgettable musical journey. Free will donations are appreciated.

 

Sunday, August 13 at 2 p.m.

17th Century Music

A concert of songs from 17th Century England and Italy, including works by Henry Purcell, William Lawes, Claudio Monteverdi, Benedetto Ferrari, Giulio Caccini, and Agostino Steffani. Featuring: Jay Carter, countertenor; Joshua Lawler, bass; Suzanne Anderson, soprano; Trilla Ray-Carter, cello; Paul Meier, organ and harpsichord. Free will donations are appreciated.

 

Sunday, August 20 at 2 p.m.

Summer Singers of Kansas City & the Chamber Orchestra present Judas Maccabaeus by George Frederic Handel

The 125-voice Summer Singers of Kansas City and Chamber Orchestra perform Handel’s beloved oratorio JUDAS MACCABAEUS, with soloists Sarah Tannehill Anderson, Kristee Haney, David Adams and Joshua Lawlor. Music Director William Baker conducts. The Summer Singers of Kansas City celebrate their 19th annual concert of choral orchestral masterworks. For tickets visit festivalsingers.org/concerts.

 

Sunday, August 27 at 2 p.m.
(at Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception)

5th Annual French Organ Music Festival

Talented organists, French Cafe, Multimedia presentations to engage the audience. This year the festival features: Matthew Baumler, Paul Meier, Dina Evans, Shayla Van Hal, Jo Steele Kraus, The Cathedral Schola Cantorum and Jacob Hofeling.

 

Sunday, September 10 at 3 p.m. in Founders’ Hall

A Tour of the Renaissance Lute in Europe

Known as the “Prince of Instruments,” the lute joined the voice at the center of late Renaissance music. This under-heard repertoire combines the poetic excellence of Shakespearean text and a mastery of polyphony, with an abundance of timeless melodic charm. Come enjoy this trip across Renaissance Europe. Presented by Sweete Accordes. Anne Biswell, voice, and George Moss, lute, with guest lutenist Al Williams. Free will donations are appreciated.