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Classics Live

Classics Live brings you exclusive performances from throughout the KPR listening area. Our microphones travel to the Sunflower Music Festival, the Lied Center, the Ruel Joyce Recital series, the Great Spaces Music and Arts series, as well as performances recorded in Kansas Public Radio's live studio. Performers include the Emerson String Quartet, the Zoco Duo, Ensemble Iberica, and members of the Kansas City Symphony, among others. The series producer is KPR's Cordelia Brown, with recording engineer Chuck Smith. Darrell Brogdon hosts the program. Thursdays at 7 p.m. 

Upcoming Shows

Tesla Quartet + Alex Fiterstein - April 27

When clarinetist Alex Fiterstein joined the Tesla String Quartet onstage at the Lied Center of Kansas, what else could they play but perhaps the best composition for clarinet quintet – Mozart’s. After that you’ll hear Gerald Finzi’s Bagatelles and two modern pieces by John Corigliano and Carolina Heredia.

The Kansas Virtuosi - May 4

Classics Live 165: With six KU professors of their instruments, this KU Music Department faculty and graduate student ensemble presents a Ruel Joyce Recital of William Grant Still’s Miniatures. Plus a trio and quintet by Ecuadoran composer Louis Humberto Salgado.

88 Squared - May 11

Classics Live 166: 88 Squared is the clever name of the Karen and Jeffrey Savage Piano Duo. They begin their Polsky Theater concert with Triana, describing a neighborhood in Seville, Spain. Followed by double piano pieces by Liszt, Chen Yi, Samuel Barber, and that famous Fantasy Suite Opus 5 by Sergei Rachmaninoff.

Maxim Lando - May 18

Classics Live 167: Maxim Lando is young prize-winning pianist whose stage presence matches his playing – both brilliant. The New York Times praised his “infectious exuberance” and “impressive delicacy.” Maxim’s Lied Center concert presents The Bach Chaconne, Beethoven’s 6th Piano Sonata, and more.

Tetiana Shafran - May 25

Classics Live 168: This young Ukrainian pianist gave a special piano recital at the Lied Center of Kansas featuring two by Chopin, a Rondo and Mazurka. Plus a concert suite from Tchaikovsky’s Sleeping Beauty ballet.