Performing Arts

June 28, 2014 7:01 PM

Kauffman leader takes nothing for granted at successful performing arts center

Paul J. Schofer will run the home of KC symphony, ballet and opera. Schofer knows that the future of the arts depends on the younger generation, and he wants to introduce more young people to music and dance.

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