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Week of October 16, 2017

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Mon, October 16th - 7:00pm
An Evening with Rupi Kaur
An Evening with Rupi Kaur

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Description: Celebrate the launch of the sun and her flowers, the long awaited second collection of poetry from Rupi Kaur, the No. 1 New York Times bestselling author of milk and honey. Rupi Kaur’s new softcover the sun and her flowers and one admission ticket is included with each Admission Package Purchase. Admission packages are $28.50 plus applicable fees, and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, September 15. Tickets will be available through the Kauffman Center Box Office at (816) 994-7222, via the Kauffman Center mobile app, or online at www.kauffmancenter.org. Kaur views her life as an exploration of that artistic journey. She published her first collection of poems, milk and honey, in 2014. The internationally acclaimed collection sold well over a million copies, gracing the New York Times bestsellers list every week for over a year. It has since been translated into over thirty languages. Kaur’s long-awaited second collection, the sun and her flowers, will be released in October 2017. Through this collection Kaur continues to explore a variety of themes including love, loss, trauma, healing, femininity, migration and revolution. The event is presented in partnership Andrews McMeel Universal and Rainy Day Books. More information and tickets: http://tickets.kauffmancenter.org/single/eventDetail.aspx?p=12966 Submitted by: Eliza Scott Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

Mon, October 16th - 7:00pm

 
Mon, October 16th - 7:30pm
Jake Shimabukuro
Jake Shimabukuro

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In his humble rise to becoming who Rolling Stone calls "one of the hottest axmen of the past few years," Shimabukuro's "virtuosic chops and tasteful sensibilities" (Billboard) took him from YouTube fame to being an "international sensation" (The Today Show) and was heralded as the "Jimi Hendrix of the ukulele" (Guitar Player). Renowned for lightning-fast fingers and revolutionary playing techniques, Jake views the ukulele as an "untapped source of music with unlimited potential." His virtuosity defies label or category. Playing jazz, blues, funk, classical, bluegrass, folk, flamenco and rock, Jake's mission is to show everyone that the ukulele is capable of so much more than the traditional Hawaiian music — or the corny showbiz routines with which many associate it.

"Jake Shimabukuro is to the ukulele what Jimi Hendrix is to the guitar, John Coltrane is to the saxophone and Serena Williams is to the tennis racket." — Greensboro News & Record

Season Tickets on sale now. Single Tickets on sale July 30.
Visit www.k-state.edu/mccain for a downloadable brochure.
The 2017-2018 Season is sponsored by CivicPlus. This show is sponsored by Dental Associates of Manhattan.

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Todd Holmberg
McCain Auditorium

Mon, October 16th - 7:30pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tue, October 17th - 6:00pm
Kansas City Symphony - Free Symphony Happy Hour Concert: Bruch and Ginastera
Kansas City Symphony - Free Symphony Happy Hour Concert: Bruch and Ginastera

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Description: Join your friends in the Kauffman Center lobby for a drink after work, followed by an inspiring performance from Kansas City Symphony members. From lively to lush, this roller-coaster program includes Ginastera’s exhilarating String Quartet No. 1 and Bruch’s gorgeous Octet in B-flat Major. Cash bars open at 5 p.m. with a one-hour casual concert in Helzberg Hall beginning at 6 p.m. Reserve your free general admission tickets in advance starting July 31 by visiting kcsymphony.org. Sponsored by Lead Bank. Submitted by: Beth Buchanan Kansas City Symphony

Tue, October 17th - 6:00pm

 
 
Tue, October 17th - 7:00pm
United States Air Force Concert Band & Singing Sergeants
United States Air Force Concert Band & Singing Sergeants

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The United States Air Force Concert Band is the premier symphonic wind ensemble of the United States Air Force. Stationed at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C., it is the largest of six musical ensembles that comprise The United States Air Force Band. Featuring 53 active duty Airmen musicians, the Concert Band performs throughout the United States via biannual tours, live radio, television and Internet broadcasts, as well as at local concerts across metropolitan Washington, D.C. Additionally, Concert Band members perform in smaller chamber ensembles at official military and civilian functions, education outreach events and local concert venues.

The Singing Sergeants is the official chorus of the United States Air Force. Stationed at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C., the group is one of six musical ensembles that comprise The U.S. Air Force Band. Featuring 23 active duty Airmen musicians, the Singing Sergeants presents more than 200 performances annually performing a wide range of musical styles, from traditional Americana, opera, and choral standards to modern Broadway and jazz. The Singing Sergeants regularly perform with their instrumental combo and in smaller configurations, such as duets, Barbershop quartets and specialized musical ensembles, at military and civilian ceremonial and diplomatic functions, education outreach events and local concerts throughout metropolitan Washington, D.C.

PLEASE NOTE: Free tickets for this performance expire at 6:45 pm. Ticket holders MUST be in their reserved seats by 6:45 pm. Once tickets expire, late arriving ticket holders will be required to enter the standby line at the Ticket Office. Unclaimed seats will be filled by people in the standby line, in line order, until all seats have been filled.

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Madi Schulz
Lied Center of Kansas

Tue, October 17th - 7:00pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wed, October 18th - 7:30am
Business for Breakfast with Dave Dreiling
Business for Breakfast with Dave Dreiling

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Description: Tune in, turn it up and feel the inspiration as entrepreneur Dave Dreiling takes you on a high-energy ride with insights to propel your next big idea to the top of the charts. Business for Breakfast is Youth Entrepreneurs’ annual speaker series that supports the thousands of students and alumni the program serves each year. Submitted by: Elizabeth Carro Youth Entrepreneurs

Wed, October 18th - 7:30am

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Wed, October 18th - 7:00pm
East Meets West - World Class Trio
East Meets West - World Class Trio

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Description: East Meets West - World Class Trio October 12, 2017 • Leave a Comment East Meets West Courtland Arts Council hosts event at Ada Lutheran Church Courtland, KS – The Courtland Arts Council is excited to present on October 18, 2017, “East Meets West”, a trio of world-class musicians from 7:00 – 9:00 pm. The venue, Ada Lutheran Church located in rural Courtland, KS, was chosen to accommodate the acoustics of the performance. Duo Kaspiana is made up of Diana Seitz (violin) and Maya Tuylieva (piano). The duo will feature special guest Esther Seitz (cello). Duo Kaspiana is named for the Caspian Sea, which is located in the region where the Eastern world meets the Western world. Turkmen pianist, Maya Tuylieva was born and raised on the Eastern shore of the sea and violinist, Diana Seitz, from Azerbaijan, on the Western. It seemed only natural to perform together, when they met in Kansas, where Eastern US meets the Western. The mission of the ensemble is to introduce the music of their side of the world, since the music of their countries is a part of the world that is waiting to be discovered. “A world-class musician with a strong following…” (Kansas City Star), whose performances are described as “exciting, powerful, energetic, noble and technically brilliant,” violinist Diana Seitz made her first public performance as a soloist with a chamber orchestra in Moscow, Russia, at the age of nine. A pianist from Turkmenistan (former USSR), Dr. Maya Tuylieva was described as a profound artist, capable of commanding the attention of the audience with her inimitable sincerity and conviction of her performances by colleges and listeners around the world from Carnegie Hall to Japan. Described as having a “lingering, singing tone” by the Kansas City Star, Cellist Esther Seitz made her solo debut as a teenager performing Haydn’s C Major Cello Concerto with chamber orchestra at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (Edinburg, TX). “By chance, the Arts Council was connected to Diana Seitz’ music and was able to bring a one of a kind performance to our patrons at the historic Ada Lutheran Church.” – Tanner Johnson, Courtland Arts Council President. Ada Lutheran Church is located 442 Valley Road, Courtland, Kansas. Direction from Courtland: 5 miles south and 1.5 miles east. Directions from KS HWY 148: 1 mile north and 1.5 miles east. The Courtland Arts Council is a non-profit organization supporting the arts in North Central Kansas. The Arts Center is located at 421 Main Street, Courtland, KS 66939. # # # If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Tanner Johnson at 785-374-4231 or email at courtlandartscouncil@gmail.com. More information can be found at www.facebook.com/courtlandarts or www.courtlandarts.com. BIOGRAPHY Diana Seitz “A world-class musician with a strong following…” (Kansas City Star), whose performances are described as “exciting, powerful, energetic, noble and technically brilliant,” violinist Diana Seitz made her first public performance as a soloist with a chamber orchestra in Moscow, Russia, at the age of nine. As a teenager, Diana became a laureate of the Azerbaijan National Violin Competition and appeared as a soloist with the National Azerbaijan Philharmonic Orchestra, performing Niccolo Paganini’s Violin Concerto No.1 in D major with the Cadenza by E. Sauret. Ms. Seitz received her bachelor’s degree in violin performance from Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory. During her studies in Moscow, Diana had numerous opportunities to perform in Moscow area and served as the Associate Concertmaster of the Moscow Bach Center Orchestra. Forced to flee her Homeland due to severe ethnic persecution, Seitz continued her studies in the United States. She received her Master’s Degree and DMA in violin performance from the University of Oklahoma, where she studied under FeliciaMoye, while serving as the Assistant Concertmaster of the Oklahoma City Philharmonic Orchestra and first violinist of the Crouse String Quartet. Dr. Seitz joined the string faculty of Washburn University (Topeka, KS) in August of 2011, coming from the University of Texas-Pan American (Edinburg, TX) where she served as the Assistant professor of violin, Associate Concertmaster of the Valley Symphony Orchestra and Concertmaster of the South Texas Lyric Opera. Her professional experience also includes conducting the annual Seitz and Sounds violin workshop in Columbus, OH, as well as teaching at the Indiana University Summer Music Clinic (Bloomington, IN), Kinhaven Summer Music School (Weston, VT), Meadowmount School of Music (Westport, NY), and teaching residency at the University of Wisconsin Madison. A soloist in demand, Diana appeared with the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Azerbaijan (Baku, Azerbaijan), Valley Symphony Orchestra (Edinburg, TX), Kinnor Philharmonic Orchestra (Kansas City, KS) and Kansas City Civic Orchestra. As a chamber musician, she has collaborated with Felicia Moye, Haysun Kang, Michael Murray, Cheng Hou Lee, James VanDemark and Christopher Taylor. Dr. Seitz plays a 1759 Paolo Testore violin. Maya Tuylieva A young pianist from Turkmenistan (former USSR), Dr. Maya Tuylieva was described as a profound artist, capable of commanding the attention of the audience with her inimitable sincerity and conviction of her performances by colleges and listeners around the world. She won her first competition at the age of six and made her national debut with a live performance on Turkmen National Television at the age of eight. She then entered the Turkmen State Special Music School, where she became the winner of numerous state competitions. Among those was the 1999 Turkmen National Young Artist Competition. Upon graduating from the Special Music School, Maya entered the Turkmen National Conservatory, where she worked and performed with the Turkmen Philharmonic Orchestra and the orchestra of the Turkmen National Conservatory. In 2001 Maya got an opportunity to study in the US. She received a full scholarship to study at The University of Kansas, where she got her Bachelor of Arts in Music degree. While studying in Kansas the young pianist won several national competitions, including Crescendo Young Musician’s Guild Competition and Naftzger Young Artists Competition. Maya was also selected to perform with University of Kansas Symphony Orchestra for theirconcerti series at Lied Center of Kansas for Performing Arts. In the spring of 2008, while earning her Master’s degree at Arizona State University, Maya Tuylieva won the Cosmo and Buono International Piano Competition in New York, NY. Consequently, she performedin Carnegie Recital Hall at the Winners’ Recital Gala Concert in May, 2008. Recently Tuylieva earned her Doctorate degree from The University of Kansas. Maya's current performances include Young Artist Tour around Italy and concert series in Japan. Esther Seitz Described as having a “lingering, singing tone” by the Kansas City Star, Cellist Esther Seitz made her solo debut as a teenager performing Haydn’s C Major Cello Concerto with chamber orchestra at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (Edinburg, TX). Seitz is currently an undergraduate cello performance major at the University of Missouri-Kansas City's Conservatory of Music and Dance studying under Professor Michael Mermagen. Other notable teachers include Carter Enyeart, Mark Gibbs, Hans Jørgen Jensen, and Julia Lichten. A young musician in demand, Esther has performed all over the United States. These professional experiences include performances at the Meadowmount School of Music where she was awarded a merit scholarship to study under professors Hans Jørgen Jensen and Julia Lichten, as well as the Endless Mountain Music Festival where Esther was awarded a scholarship to perform a series of six symphony concerts side by side with professional orchestral musicians from New York, Pennsylvania, and Baltimore areas. Esther is also listed on the Kansas City Symphony sub list. Seitz has performed in numerous master classes for such prominent musicians as John Sharp, principal cellist of the Chicago Symphony, Keith Robinson, cellist of the Miami String Quartet, Ivan Chan, former first violinist of the Miami String Quartet, Steven Tenenbom, Violist of the Orion String Quartet and faculty at the Curtis Institute of Music, and David Geber, a founding member of the American String Quartet and faculty at Manhattan School of Music. A budding new artist on the Kansas City music scene, Esther and her piano trio collaborated with the Kansas City Ballet for their “New Moves” production in 2016. Further delving into new projects, Esther participated in the annual Exchange of Midwest Collegiate Composers festival in Iowa where she performed newly composed works for professional musicians from all over the Midwest, as well as performed at the Electronic Music Midwest festival in Kansas City. Seitz has also performed with Kansas City’s professional new music ensemble newEar, and the UMKC Conservatory's new music chamber ensemble, Musica Nova, on multiple occasions. With these ensembles, Esther has performed many original compositions by up-and-coming composers in the Kansas City area, some of those performances being world premieres. Submitted by: Luke Mahin Courtland Art Council

Wed, October 18th - 7:00pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thu, October 19th - 3:30pm
Shutz Lecture: Shakespeare's Portia and the North's Argument Against Slavery: An American Performance History
Shutz Lecture: Shakespeare's Portia and the North's Argument Against Slavery: An American Performance History

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Description: Professor Laura Mielke is the 31st winner of the Byron T. Shutz Award for Excellence in Teaching. The lecture will be followed by a reception. Both are free and open to the public. Submitted by: Maria Thompson KU - Office of the Provost

Thu, October 19th - 3:30pm

 
 
 
Thu, October 19th - 5:00pm
Moonlight Madness 2017
Moonlight Madness 2017

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Description: We're open late - let's celebrate! Experience unique shopping inside and out at your favorite downtown stores. Trunk shows, new fall arrivals, deals and discounts! Get an entry (w/purchase) to win one of our fabulous Downtown prize packages, enjoy eats, treats and more! There's nowhere better to shop and dine than the heart of the city! Support your local independent small businesses - #shopsmall #shoplocal No tickets needed just show up and shop 'til you drop! Submitted by: Rochelle Marsh Downtown Lawrence, Inc.

Thu, October 19th - 5:00pm

 
Thu, October 19th - 5:30pm
Pumpkin Carving Contest
Pumpkin Carving Contest

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Description: Oct. 16 – 19th Pumpkin Carving Contest 1111 E. Kansas Ave. 620-241-8464 Bring a carved pumpkin to the Museum Oct. 16-19th Winners announced Oct. 19th @ 5:30 pm 1ST PLACE $100 2ND PLACE $50 3RD PLACE $25 Pumpkins will be placed in front of Haunted House. Can be picked up after 5:30 pm on Oct. 19th or left for décor Submitted by: Katie S McPherson Museum & Arts Foundation

Thu, October 19th - 5:30pm

 
Thu, October 19th - 5:30pm
Info Session
Info Session

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Description: We want to invite you to join us for our next information session! You can come and learn about the programs ESU-KC has to offer. You'll have the opportunity to talk with ESU-KC staff, and get your questions answered.Our degrees are a mixture of online and face-to-face classes in order to fit into your busy schedules. Find list of degrees offered and sign up at bit.ly/esukcinfosession Submitted by: Devon Bernica Emporia State University- Kansas City

Thu, October 19th - 5:30pm

 
 
 
Thu, October 19th - 7:00pm
Those Who Lead, Read October Event
Those Who Lead, Read October Event

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Description: Mark McCormick, executive director of The Kansas African American Museum, will discuss the book “Between the World and Me” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19. This book by Ta-Nehisi Coates gives an overview of the history of race in America and the current crisis regarding race in America. The event is part of Friends University's “Those Who Lead, Read” program, a monthly speaker series that engages students and the Wichita community in a timely discussion about literacy and leadership. The event is free and open to the public. Submitted by: Gisele McMinimy Friends University

Thu, October 19th - 7:00pm

 
 
Thu, October 19th - 8:00pm
Pumpkin Carving Contest
Pumpkin Carving Contest

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Description: Oct. 16 – 19th Pumpkin Carving Contest 1111 E. Kansas Ave. 620-241-8464 Bring a carved pumpkin to the Museum Oct. 16-19th Winners announced Oct. 19th @ 5:30 pm 1ST PLACE $100 2ND PLACE $50 3RD PLACE $25 Pumpkins will be placed in front of Haunted House. Can be picked up after 5:30 pm on Oct. 19th or left for décor Submitted by: Katie S McPherson Museum & Arts Foundation

Thu, October 19th - 8:00pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fri, October 20th - 11:00am
Robert McNichols, Jr. live
Robert McNichols, Jr. live

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The bass-baritone previews his Oct. 21 show at Theatre Lawrence with pianist Isaac Cates, celebrating the life and music of Paul Robeson.

Fri, October 20th - 11:00am

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fri, October 20th - 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Cinema A-Go-Go's Alien Invasion
Cinema A-Go-Go's Alien Invasion

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The Retro Cocktail Hour's Cinema a Go-Go series returns to Liberty Hall with a night of extraterrestrial bad guys! Our big double feature has two of the original "alien invasion" movies of the early 1950s, including Howard Hawks' production of the original The Thing From Another World (1951) and low budget auteur Edgar G. Ulmer's The Man From Planet X(1951). 

Will Earth survive? Join us and find out at Cinema a Go-Go - and be sure to enter our intermission giveaway when we'll be handing out all manner of otherworldly goodies from the RCH Warehouse. 
 
Join us at Liberty Hall in downtown Lawrence, Friday, October 20. Tickets are $8, available at the doors, which open at 6:30 p.m.
 
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Fri, October 20th - 6:30pm to 9:00pm

 
 
Fri, October 20th - 7:30pm
Dirty Dancing
Dirty Dancing

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Description: Dirty Dancing, the classic story on stage is an unprecedented live experience, exploding with heart-pounding music, passionate romance and sensational dancing. Seen by millions across the globe, this worldwide smash hit tells the classic story of Baby and Johnny, two fiercely independent young spirits from different worlds who come together in what will be the most challenging and triumphant summer of their lives. Featuring the hit songs, Hungry Eyes, Hey Baby, Do You Love Me? and the heart-stopping (I’ve Had) The Time of My Life. Don’t miss your chance to see this record-breaking live theatre sensation. You’ll have the time of your life! Submitted by: Madi Schulz Lied Center of Kansas

Fri, October 20th - 7:30pm

 
 
Fri, October 20th - 8:00pm
Haunted House
Haunted House

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Description: ENTER IF YOU DARE! It's that time of year again for the Museum Haunted House! Join us in the house next door to the Museum for a scary good time... Tickets on sale Oct. 2nd $12 in advance, $15 at the door, $10 for Museum Members HAUNTED HOUSE DATES: Oct. 20, 21, 27 & 28: 8-11 pm Oct. 31: 8-10 pm 1111 E. Kansas Ave. McPherson, KS 67460 620-241-8464 Submitted by: Katie S McPherson Museum & Arts Foundation

Fri, October 20th - 8:00pm

 
 
Fri, October 20th - 9:00pm
Bohemian Cult Revival Presents: A Tribute to CBGB
Bohemian Cult Revival Presents: A Tribute to CBGB

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Description: Join us for one night only!!!! Bohemian Cult Revival is bringing the Bowery to the Bottoms at The Union Library! Is there a music club more iconic than CBGB? It was the epicenter of underground rock and the launchpad of New York Punk. Pick any musician you like, there's a good chance they either played at CBGB, or they were heavily influenced by a band that did. Without CBGB, we may not know names like The Ramones, Patti Smith, The Misfits, Joan Jett, or Blondie. Now Bohemian Cult Revival is paying tribute to the legendary CBGB in Burlesque on the Rocks fashion as our tour of Kansas City continues. Join us at the Union Library (an awesome West Bottoms loft) for loud music, burlesque, cabaret, and a punk-rock history lesson, Bohemian Cult Revival-style. Bohemian Cult Revival: Annie Cherry Chris Arnone Damian Blake Danger Alex Danny Dismay Frankie Dismay Ivanna Rockafella Katie Gilchrist Sara D'Joue Special guests to be announced! This event is 18 and over. Save a few bucks on pre-sale tix by using the promo code OMFUG There will be merchandise available for purchase and - of course - a CBGB-themed prize pack, so come ready to buy some tickets for a chance to win it! Submitted by: Bohemian Cult Revival BCR

Fri, October 20th - 9:00pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sat, October 21st - 2:00pm
German-American History Talk & Gallery Tour
German-American History Talk & Gallery Tour

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Description: For many years, the Turnhalle on Rhode Island Street was a center of German-American life and culture in Lawrence. Now the Watkins invites you to a special event marking our new exhibit on the Lawrence Turnverein--the German-American society that built the Turnhalle and left its mark on our city. Prof. William D. Keel of the University of Kansas will kick the event off with a talk on local German-American history. This will be followed by a special tour of the new exhibit with Watkins curator Brittany Keegan and German-American expert Dr. Lorie Vanchena. Submitted by: Will Hickox Watkins Museum of History

Sat, October 21st - 2:00pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
Sat, October 21st - 7:30pm
Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn
Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn

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Description: Sure, in the abstract, a banjo duo might seem like a musical concept beset by limitations. But when the banjo players cast in those roles are Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn—she with the earthy sophistication of a postmodern, old-time singer-songwriter, he with the virtuosic, jazz-to-classical ingenuity of an iconic instrumentalist and composer with bluegrass roots—it’s a different matter entirely. There’s no denying that theirs is a one-of-a-kind pairing, with one-of-a-kind possibilities. It was inevitable and eagerly anticipated by fans of tradition-tweaking acoustic fare that these partners in music and life (who married in 2009) would eventually do a full-fledged project together. Their debut album as a duo, Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn, is the 2016 Grammy Award winner for Best Folk Album. Fleck, a fifteen-time Grammy winner, has devoted time away from his standard-setting ensemble, Béla Fleck and the Flecktones, to a staggeringly broad array of musical experiments, from writing a concerto for the Nashville Symphony to exploring the banjo’s African roots to playing jazz duos with Chick Corea. Washburn has drawn critical acclaim for her solo albums, done fascinating work in folk musical diplomacy in China, presented an original theatrical production, contributed to singular side groups such as Uncle Earl and The Wu-Force, and become quite a live draw. Tickets are $16-$45. Submitted by: Madi Schulz Lied Center of Kansas

Sat, October 21st - 7:30pm

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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