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2024/25 Season Tickets Now Available. Classical, Pops & Family Series.

Fantastic music. New, memorable experiences.

European Tour Send-Off Concert

Enjoy the program we’ll perform on our Tour!

Individual Concert Tickets for the first half of the 2024/25 Season – AVAILABLE NOW!

Sensational stars and marvelous music.

Stravinsky’s Firebird, Alisa Weilerstein Plays Dvořák

A Breathtaking Classical Series Kickoff...

On Stage with Alisa Weilerstein

The ultimate immersive concert just for you.

Jurassic Park™ in Concert

An epic concert 65 million years in the making...

Dionne Warwick with the Kansas City Symphony

One night only | Saturday, September 28

Matthias Pintscher Welcomes Gil Shaham

Entrancing melodies. Dazzling string pyrotechnics.

Psycho™ in Concert

Enjoy this classic horror film like never before!

Kristin Chenoweth and Your Kansas City Symphony

Powerhouse Vocals & Show-Stopping Selections

Join us for Matthias Pintscher's Inaugural Season!

2024/25 Season Ticket packages available now

Fantastic music. New, memorable experiences.

2024/25 Season Ticket packages available now

Fantastic music. New, memorable experiences.

Magnificent musicianship that will refresh and recharge you! KC's premier live music experience is right here. Let's make great memories together. Curated Season Ticket packages filled with musical fireworks and new, memorable experiences. Secure the best available seats now.

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Experience

What to Expect at the Symphony

Experience

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.

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Community

Learning Through Orchestral Music

Community

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 | Principal Tuba, Frank Byrne Chair

Joe LeFevre

Joe LeFevre

Spotlight | Principal Tuba, Frank Byrne Chair

Joe LeFevre

Joe LeFevre joined the Kansas City Symphony in 2018. Prior to this appointment, he was principal tuba of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago. LeFevre holds a bachelor’s degree in tuba performance with an emphasis in music education from Michigan State University. He has studied with Phil Sinder, Gene Pokorny, Mike Roylance, Dennis Nulty, Deanna Swoboda, Jacob Cameron and Bill Short. He has performed as soloist with the Kansas City Symphony, Michigan State University Wind Symphony, and Civic Orchestra of Chicago. In addition, he has subbed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Santa Fe Opera, and Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, and he was a Tanglewood Music Center fellow in 2016. LeFevre was won and medaled in various international competitions including the Leonard Falcone International Tuba and Euphonium Festival Competition and the International Tuba and Euphonium Conference Soloist Competition. In 2013, LeFevre was a member of the Michigan State Spartan Marching Band when they performed at the 100th Rose Bowl Game.

LeFevre is a native of Kalamazoo, Michigan. In his spare time, he enjoys triathlon, collecting watches, fantasy football, and spending time with family and friends. He is an avid sports fan and lifelong baseball and football enthusiast. Joe has adopted the Chiefs however despite Kansas City’s best intentions, he remains a devoted Detroit Tigers fan. Joe and his wife call Kansas City home and live with their three dogs Ash, Luna, and Toby.


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