Frank Byrne to Step Down as Executive Director of the Kansas City Symphony

Kansas City Symphony has announced longtime Executive Director Frank Byrne will step down in 2019.

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Review: PETER PAN at Kansas City Ballet

Peter and the children really fly, pixie dust sparkles, the cannon booms. Ballet is magic again.

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Bernstein Celebration a Highlight of Kansas City Symphony’s 17/18 Season

The Kansas City Symphony has announced their 17/18 season which includes 14 Classical, 4 Pops, and 4 Family Series performances.

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KC Symphony’s Frank Byrne Named Nonprofit Professional of the Year

Nonprofit Connect has announced Kansas City Symphony’s Executive Director Frank Byrne as Kansas City’s 2017 Nonprofit Professional of the Year

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The Kansas City Symphony Looks To Complete Its Masterpiece

The Kansas City Symphony unveiled today the final stages of its multi-year Masterpiece Campaign.

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New Director of Development Joins The Kansas City Symphony
Pictured: Alex Shapiro. The Kansas City Symphony has welcomed Alex Shapiro as their new Director of Development according to a recent press release. Shapiro, who started December 5th, has over 25 years experience working with non-profits and will be responsible for overseeing the Symphony’s fundraising efforts, which includes raising more than... Read more
11 Kansas City Arts Organizations Awarded NEA Grants

For its first major grant funding round of fiscal year 2017, the National Endowment for the Arts, headed by NEA Chairman Jane Chu, announced more than $30 million will be awarded to nonprofit organizations and individuals across the country for grants in the areas of Art Works, Art Works: Creativity Connects, Challenge America, and Creative Writing Fellowships.

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THE NUTCRACKER Hits All Its Marks at KC Ballet

THE NUTCRACKER is as synonymous with Christmas as Santa Claus and his red nosed reindeer friend, so it’s always a challenge for Ballet companies to keep audiences engaged and coming back year after year when there are so many productions to be found.

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