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The Kansas City Symphony orchestra puts on a magical LIVE performance, making it a must-see concert for any classical music enthusiast. Don't miss your chance to experience the Kansas City Symphony LIVE! Buy your Kansas City Symphony tickets now!
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Kansas City Symphony Concert Tickets

The Kansas City Symphony was founded in 1982, and its talented members treat audiences of all ages to performances during a 42 week-long season. Get your Kansas City Symphony tickets today to enjoy an artful mix of classical music from history’s greatest composers, as well as more experimental but lesser known works.

The musicians that make up the Kansas City Symphony are all area residents, and are some of the most talented artists in the industry. The Symphony performs music for the Lyric Opera of Kansas City and the Kansas City Ballet. Additionally, the group has been showcased on National Public Radio (NPR) and has been a part of two nationally broadcast television specials on PBS. Kansas City’s NPR affiliate, KCUR-FM 89.3, broadcasts the highlights of the Symphony’s performances every week during the regular season. Singers like Natalie Merchant and Marylin Maye have agreed to perform with the group as well.

For a musical experience that is sure to take your breath away, plan a visit to see the Kansas City Symphony. Radio broadcasts can't do justice to the skills of the members of this group, under the direction of Michael Stern. In March 2014, Stern made history with The Symphony when Engage Mobile used four pairs of Google Glass at the same time to record a performance of Beethoven's 5th. Google Glass were given to the conductor and three musicians to demonstrate how the technology could be used to show what is like to perform in the symphony from the perspective of the conductor, bass player, French horn player and violinist.