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The Kansas City Symphony (KCS) is a highly respected orchestra of the country. Currently he headed by music director and principal conductor Michael Stern, the KCS resides at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Art. It is the city's very first symphony that began in 1911. The ensemble stopped performing during WWI as most of its musicians served in the War. With no symphony orchestra in place the community’s influential members got together to form the Kansas City Philharmonic in 1933. It remained active for half a century. After its dissolution Crosby Kemper, Jr. saw the need of t a local orchestra, hence funded the formation of the Kansas City Symphony. He alongside a board of trustees which included Donald J. Hall, Sr. and Henry W. Bloch supported the Symphony's mission of progressing with the” art of classical music for the enrichment of the community".

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Today the Kansas City Symphony in classical and chamber music, working with 80 musicians in the orchestra. It conducts a forty two week long season each year that has a variety of concerts to choose from. Some of its most famous offering are regional and national tours, subscription concerts and educational concerts. There are a few public outreach concerts that the Orchestras performs as a part of its outreach program. Apart from performing music just for the orchestra, the Symphony has also worked with operas like the Lyric and the Kansas City Ballet.
 
The Symphony has also released a number of CDs. The first one came out in 1995. Titled American Voices with conductor William McGlaughlin, the CD went really well. It allowed for more releases over time, which too became successful like, The Sound of Kansas City, Gordon Chin's Formosa Seasons, Shakespeare's Tempest (under conductors Jean Sibelius and Arthur Sullivan) and Britten's Orchestra. The orchestra has also been broadcasted on the National Public Radio. Private stations like the KCUR-FM 89.3 and Kansas City's NPR affiliate broadcast. They present the highlights of the Symphony’s season when in progress. On television two of PBS’s Homecoming: The Kansas City Symphony presents Joyce DiDonato at Helzberg Hall Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts became big time hits.
 
The orchestra has been lucky to have some of the best conductors and music directors with it, since it starts. Russell Patterson as the first in line served the KSO from 1982 to 1986. After her left, William McGlaughlin joined in to lead the Orchestra s decade of progress. From 1999 to 2003 Anne Manson worked with the Orchestra becoming its first female lead. Stern has brought forth some of the best talent of the area on stage and introduced a number of new concerts and series. Amongst the most popular ones is Kansas City Orchestra: Symphonie Fantastique.

Kansas City Orchestra: Symphonie Fantastique is a classic music masterpiece. Originally created by the iconic maestro Hector Berlioz, it is has been played by many orchestras around the world. It has been playing at the KSO for some time know. It will conclude this season and as the Kansas City Orchestra: Symphonie Fantastique tickets are your only chance to watch it. The concert series is an acclaimed one, getting rave reviews every season.An incredibly dramatic and moving season’s finale of Kansas City Orchestra: Symphonie Fantastique will conclude this year. It is known be a revolutionary expression of love and life. It will be conducted by guest Jun Märkl and pianist Andrew Tyson. This is Tyson’s debut with the Orchestra and is being anticipated to be even more exciting than its prequels. Beriloz’s Symphonie fantastique has a strong and freighting sound of love and has mesmerized audiences each time it progresses. This inspired concerto has been teamed up with Beethoven's third piano concerto and Chopin/Stravinsky’s Nocturne in A-flat Major Piano Concerto No. 2.
 
Kansas City Orchestra: Symphonie Fantastique is a very daring and creative performance. Pianist Andrew Tyson will be seen bringing forth his interpretations of the masterpiece. The first half of this concerto guest conductor Jun Märkl brings a fresh interpretation of Berlioz’s work. Märkl is known for creating amazing sonic effects. No wonder, the show has stirred some hype for recreating spectacular acoustics and music drama, for this piece ala Beriloz style.
 
The concerto has a great demand and its tickets are selling fast. You are advised to book your tickets in advance to get a seat of your choice. Cheap The Kansas City Orchestra: Symphonie Fantastique tickets are also available. If you intend to get these deals, then wait no more. Book your tickets today to enjoy the fantastically fantastic, Symphonie Fantastique!