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Marvel Studios’ Black Panther™ in Concert

Film + live orchestra >> January 25-28

Family Film Concert: Philharmonia Fantastique – The Making of the Orchestra

Educational family fun >> Sunday, January 29

2023/24 Season Announcement for Classical, Pops & Family Series

Personal connections. Incredible performances.

53rd Symphony Designers’ Showhouse: Public Preview

$10 per person at the door >> Jan 28-29 and Feb 3-4

Free Symphony Happy Hour Concert: A Black History Month Celebration

Bring your friends on Wednesday, February 1

Respect: A Tribute to Aretha Franklin

Honoring the Queen of Soul >> February 3-5

Ruth Reinhardt Conducts Sibelius

Plus KC Premiere Saxophone Concerto >> Feb 10-12

Beethoven Walks into a Bar Podcast

Take a peak behind the scenes of your KC Symphony

Ravel’s “Rapsodie” and Scriabin’s “Poem of Ecstasy”

Matthias Pintscher conducts >> March 3, 4, 5

Family Concert: Symphony’s Wild Adventure

Lions, tigers and horns - oh my! Sunday, March 12

Kenny G with the Kansas City Symphony

Smooth + sexy sounds >> March 13, 14, 15

Orchestra for all.

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Learning Through Orchestral Music

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Spotlight | Cello

John Eadie

John Eadie

Spotlight | Cello

John Eadie

Originally hailing from Victoria, British Columbia, John Eadie joined the Kansas City Symphony in 2010. Eadie completed his bachelor’s degree with William Grubb at Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, and Eadie went on to complete his master’s degree with Yehuda Hanani at the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio. Following, he became a fellow with the New World Symphony under the direction of Michael Tilson Thomas for three years. Eadie has performed as principal cello of the Minnesota Opera Orchestra and he has performed with the Des Moines Metro Opera Orchestra, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Aspen Chamber Symphony, the Spoleto USA Festival in Charleston, South Carolina, and the Colorado Music Festival. He enjoys the outdoors, running, hiking and a good book.


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