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The Music Is Calling

Yefim Bronfman playing beautiful Brahms >> Oct 6-8

Tower of Power with your KC Symphony

Horn-driven soul + funk >> Saturday, Sept 30

Explore Your Imagination

Strauss' delightful Don Quixote >> October 27-29

Mobile Music Box Concert Calendar

Free chamber music concerts all across the KC Metro

Forte: Kansas City’s Newest Young Professional’s Event

An unforgettable evening >> Thursday, September 28

Bond and Beyond: 55 Years of 007

The music is Bond, James Bond >> October 13-15

Create Your Own season ticket package

Choose 4 or more concerts and save 10%

Heroes and Villains

Family Series Concert >> Sunday, November 5

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

Personal connections. Incredible performances.

Music Illuminates the Soul

Featuring the KC Symphony Chorus >> Nov. 17-19

Matthias Pintscher Is Named Fifth Music Director of Kansas City Symphony, Starting 2024–25

"One of Europe’s leading lights” -Washington Post

Music Director Michael Stern's Final Season

Let the KC Symphony Color Your World

The Music is Calling! Where will it take you? Hear Brahms’ Second Piano Concerto with Yefim Bronfman and open your heart to the beautiful soundscape of your Kansas City Symphony in our first classical concert of the season: “The Music is Calling” | October 6-8


2023/24 Season Ticket packages available now

Classical, Pops & Family Series

2023/24 Season Ticket packages available now

Classical, Pops & Family Series

Magnificent musicianship that will refresh and recharge you! KC's premier live music experience is right here. Let's make great memories together. Curated Classical, Pops and Family Series packages -- or Create Your Own season ticket by choosing at least 4 concerts and save 10%. Secure the best available seats now.



What to Expect at the Symphony


What to Expect at the Symphony

Expect to enjoy yourself! There’s no need to study, but we do have notes, podcasts and playlists and more for your enjoyment.

Get Prepared


Learning Through Orchestral Music


Learning Through Orchestral Music

From programming in Helzberg Hall to community outreach, we have programs for people throughout the community to experience hands-on access to the symphonic music.


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Spotlight |

Joseph Nuñez

Spotlight |

Joseph Nuñez

Joseph was a self-taught double bassist from age eleven until he began his studies at the UNT College of Music, where he received a Bachelor of Music in Double Bass Performance in 2018 studying under the tutelage of Jeffrey Bradetich. Joseph continued his studies at the Colburn Conservatory as a graduate student studying with Peter Lloyd, and received his Master’s degree in 2020.

Joseph has appeared with many ensembles across the United States of America, and has participated in the Aspen Music Festival, the Orford Music Academy, and the National Repertory Orchestra. Joseph has received honors from The Sphinx Organization’s SOPA 2021 Orchestral Excerpts Competition, where he was recognized as an outstanding instrumentalist, and he recently became the inaugural Community-Embedded Fellow in partnership with The Houston Symphony and The Shepherd School of Music at Rice University.

Joseph is currently on a leave of absence from his studies at Rice University to play with the Kansas City Symphony this season. Aside from music, Joseph loves dogs and a great cup of coffee.


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