Symphony News

  • Kansas City Symphony Welcomes Special Guest Patti Austin to 15th Annual Bank of America Celebration at the Station

    Plus pre-show music, activities for veterans and families, and fireworks...

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  • Principal Flute Michael Gordon honored with the Ford Musician Award for Excellence in Community Service

    Gordon was one of five musicians from the nation selected for this honor...

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  • PODCAST: Ax plays Mozart and Strauss' Merry Pranks

    Check out our upcoming concert repertoire by listening to the Symphonys free podcast on SoundCloud...

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  • Why Subscribe? 5 Great Reasons to Subscribe to the Kansas City Symphony

    Becoming a Kansas City Symphony season subscriber has lots of perks...

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  • performink: KC Symphony’s Frank Byrne Named Nonprofit Professional of the Year

    Nonprofit Connect has announced Kansas City Symphony’s Executive Director Frank Byrne as Kansas City’s 2017 Nonprofit Professional of the Year....

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Strauss’ Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks, a composition recounting the tomfoolery and mischief of a famous German folklore rascal, is an orchestral tour-de-force from start to finish. On June 2-4, hear this work plus two Mozart concerti by legendary pianist Emanuel Ax. Tickets from $30.

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