Cantigas de Santa Maria
Dec
16
8:00 PM20:00

Cantigas de Santa Maria

Songs from the Spanish Medieval Court of Alfonso X. The Cantigas de Santa Maria, composed at the Court of King Alfonso X of Castile in the second half of the 13th century, are a vast repertory of poetry in medieval Galician. The 420 compositions include 353 narratives of miracles of the Virgin Mary. This program also included Islamic and Sephardic music from the same era.

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Morena
Jul
22
7:00 PM19:00

Morena

Please join the Victoria Botero Ensemble with a first-of-its kind performance combining traditional music by Jewish, Muslim and Christian women. As relevant today as when they were first written, these secular songs from the Sephardic, Arabic and Armenian tradition have been sung continuously since the medieval era. Explore themes of love, family and loss in music that connects women across time and faith. Performed in the original languages, with projected translations and light commentary, this is a performance you cannot experience anywhere else!   

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Echosis
Sep
24
to Sep 25

Echosis

  • 2745 Southwest Boulevard Kansas City, MO, 64108 United States (map)
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A brutalist pop opera re-imagining the myth of Echo and Narcissus. Concept and Music by Ashley Miller. Richard Gammon, director.

Sept. 24, 8:00 p.m.

Sept. 25, 8:00 p.m.

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Randall Sessions: The Sounds of Wit and Menace: an Operetta
Mar
16
8:00 PM20:00

Randall Sessions: The Sounds of Wit and Menace: an Operetta

  • Grand Ballroom - KC Convention Center (map)
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Commissioned for the 50th Annual Conference of NCECA. Original Music and Text by Mark Southerland. Loosely inspired by the art of Remedios Varo and Hieronymus Bosch, this experimental performance by Mark Southerland and collaborators explores the relationship of fantasy and caution in life and creative endeavor.

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TEDxKC
Aug
29
8:00 PM20:00

TEDxKC

Can a TED event be scored as an operetta utilizing the night's talks? Composer and conductor J. Ashley Miller answers the question beautifully in a wonderfully eclectic performance as the finale of TEDxKC 2015 at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. 

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