Classical Music & Dance

August 24, 2014 8:45 AM

Kansas City Chamber Orchestra performs energetic, heroic season opener

Kansas City Chamber Orchestra opened its 28th season with a sunny selection of repertoire stalwarts for their “Heroes and Landscapes” performance in Helzberg Hall on Saturday night. Music director Bruce Sorrell guided the ensemble with conducting that was distinct, yet gracefully unobtrusive, allowing the music to be the leader.

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