KCB Second Company Performs on KC Symphony Program

 

KC Ballet's Second Company and Artistic Director Devon Carney along with KC Symphony musicians after a rehearsal. | Photography by Elizabeth Stehling.
KC Ballet’s Second Company and Artistic Director Devon Carney along with KC Symphony musicians after a rehearsal. | Photography by Elizabeth Stehling.

In Kansas City’s vast arts scene, collaboration is key. Kansas City Symphony plays for most Kansas City Ballet performances. But sometimes the scale is tipped the other way as well.

Tomorrow Kansas City Ballet’s Second Company performs alongside musicians during one of KC Symphony’s happy hour series concerts. It gives audiences, as well as artists, a chance to enjoy different layers of the arts in one tidy package.

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Free KC Symphony Happy Hour Concert
I COULD’VE DANCED ALL NIGHT

Tuesday, April 30 at 6 p.m.
Helzberg Hall | Kauffman Center

Come as you are and join the scene for a casual, after-work concert hosted by the KC Symphony. Enjoy a drink in the Kauffman Center lobby and then experience a variety of dance-inspired pieces played by Kansas City Symphony musicians. Hear Piazzola’s lively Libertango arranged for woodwind quintet, a concert waltz for cello quartet and much more. Dancers from KC Ballet’s Second Company will perform on two works choreographed by Kansas City Ballet Artistic Director Devon Carney.

Cash bars open at 5 p.m. A one-hour concert in Helzberg Hall follows at 6 p.m. FREE general admission tickets are Sold Out! Sponsored by Lead Bank.

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