KC Symphony Musicians Bring Beethoven to Lansing Correctional Facility
On Tuesday, April 26, several members of the Kansas City Symphony performed an all-Beethoven program for inmates at the Lansing Correctional Facility...
Through May 15: Tour the 47th Annual Symphony Designers' Showhouse
The Kansas City Symphony Alliance invites you to tour this national award-winning fundraising Showhouse project...
Special Guests Unveiled for Bank of America Celebration at the Station
Local jazz stars, saxophonist Bobby Watson and vocalist Kevin Mahogany, will join the Kansas City Symphony on Sunday, May 29 for the 14th annual Bank of America Celebration at the Station...
PODCAST: Tchaikovsky's Third Symphony
Familiarize yourself with upcoming concert repertoire by listening to the Symphony’s free podcast on SoundCloud...
Tickets on Sale Now for Symphony in the Flint Hills 2016
Tickets for Symphony in the Flint Hills Signature Event are on sale now...
The Kansas City Symphony commissioned contemporary composer Jonathan Leshnoff to create a Symphony that expresses the very essence of the WWI experience — the love and heartbreaking loss, unimaginable horror and joyous homecomings. We invited Jonathan to look through letters at the National WWI Museum and Memorial, here in Kansas city. The chosen texts have special meaning to the Symphony and Kansas City. This video explains the amazing connections in this Kansas City Symphony project. Experience the world premiere May 20-22 in Helzberg Hall!