Classical Music & Dance

June 22, 2014 5:21 PM

Kansas City Dance Festival highlights varied styles and impressive skills

The Kansas City Dance Festival borrowed dancers from ballet companies as close as Illinois and as far as Estonia, including talent from Argentina, Japan, Canada and Cuba. They came, collaborated with members of the Kansas City Ballet and Owen/Cox Dance Group and formed a single, short-lived and very eclectic company.

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