The Kansas City Wind Symphony continues their 18th season, "Nights of Dreams, Imagination and Magic" with a free concert at Faith Lutheran Church located at 67th and Roe in Prairie Village, Kansas, November 15, 2015, at 7:00 P.M. Entitled "A Night of Magic," the program features “The Lord of the Rings,” a symphony by Dutch composer Johan de Meij. In this epic work the composer describes characters and scenes made popular by J.R.R. Tolkien’s popular novel. Guest soloist is tenor Jacob Sentgeorge performing “Nessun Dorma” from the opera Turandot by Puccini and “Vainement ma bien-aimée,” from the opera The King of Y’s by Lalo. Dr. Sentgeorge has won enthusiastic acclaim for his performances as a soloist with Pro Musica Colorado and the Windsor Symphony Orchestra. He recently presented solo recitals in Florence, Italy, as well as Maryland, Indiana, Kansas, and Florida. He is a member of the voice faculty at Central Methodist University in Warrensburg, Missouri. Two other “magical” works are also included: “A Night on Bald Mountain” by Mussorgsky and “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” by Paul Dukas. The ensemble is a member of the Village Arts Alliance of Village Presbyterian Church in Prairie Village, Kansas, that includes the Kansas City Wind Symphony, Te Deum Chamber Choir and the Kansas City Baroque Consortium.
The Kansas City Wind Symphony is conducted by Dr. Phil Posey and Ms. Pat Setser.
For complete information regarding the Kansas City Wind Symphony's 18th Season please consult their website: www.kcwindsymphony.org.
For more information contact Dr. Phil Posey, Conductor, at 816-781-1132 or 816-835-5943