Kansas City Symphony Tickets

Kansas City Symphony Tickets

The renowned Kansas City Symphony, also known largely as KCS is an orchestra band from the United States. Under the direction of Michael Ster, the band has garnered countless fans all over the world. The band initially performed at the "Lyric Theatre" in Downtown Kansas City, however it moved its home to Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in 2011. Over the years, the orchestra has received immense critical acclaim and is extremely famous in the United States. And now that the Kansas City Symphony tickets are up for grabs, there is no reason to wait. Get your hands on the Kansas City Symphony tickets to watch them perform live in front of you.



The establishment of the orchestra initially dates back to 1911. However during World War I the orchestra had to stop performing as its members were made to participate in the War. The orchestra was formed again in 1933 by the name of Kansas City Philharmonic and was once again put to an end in 1982. Finally, at the end of the same year, recognizing the need for the spectacular orchestra, R. Crosby Kemper, Jr recreated it by the name of the Kansas City Symphony.  



With the mission to "advance and advocate the art of classical music for the enrichment of the community", currently the orchestra features more than 70 full-time players. The success of the orchestra is such that it performs more than 40-week season every year including many educational concerts, national tours, subscription concerts as well as concerts for public support. It is also known for holding some amazing shows at the Lyric Opera of Kansas as well as the Kansas City Ball, both of which serve as great attractions for the residents of Kansas and tourists alike.



The Kansas City Symphony has gained a lot of acclaim for the charity programs it hosts. In spite of giving out its concert proceedings to the charity, the orchestra is also supported by seven other groups that aid the orchestra in attaining about 900,000 dollars every year. The events held for raising funds to support charity organizations include the main "Debutante Ball in Kansas City", "The Symphony Ball", "The Jewel Ball" as well as the "Designers' Showhouse." With the support of so many institutions, the Symphony is able to gather an annual budget of more than 10 million dollars.



The Kansas City Symphony has received a lot of appreciation by critics ever since it released its first CD by the name of "American Voices" under the direction of William McGlaughlin. Other work by the Kansas City Symphony comprises of "The Sound of Kansas City" released in 2004 as well as the "Gordon Chin's Formosa Seasons" under the label of Naxos. Not only this, the orchestra has even played twice for Shakespeare's play "Tempest". Some of the recent work by the orchestra includes the "Britten's Orchestra" that was released in 2009 and completely swept its fans off their feet. The Kansas City Symphony's soulful tunes have even been heard on the National Public Radio as well as various television shows such as at the "Homecoming: The Kansas City Symphony presents Joyce DiDonato"; this was recorded at the the, "Helzberg Hall" in the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.



Lately, the Kansas City Symphony has been in limelight for playing with Mozart's "Paris" at the Helzberg Hall in Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. If you want to get rid of the chill this fall, get your Kansas City Symphony tickets and witness a soul-warming performance by the KCS and the Mozart's "Paris" Symphony. The KCS and soloist guests will join in for a great performance. You will certainly be moved by their performance. Bernard Labadie, who is known largely as one of the world's best Baroque conductors, will surely make this a night you are unlikely to forget.



The Kansas City Symphony has also been in limelight for the Poinsettia Sale organized by the women in KCS. This sale, in support of the KCS group is likely to attract numerous people. So if you want to hear the orchestra members perform live, get the Kansas City Symphony tickets. 

 

Kansas City Symphony Schedule

Some of the best theatre productions have released their schedules. Kansas City Symphony will run at the venues from 22-Oct-21 until 13-Feb-22. Upcoming show will be staged at Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City; whereas the last one will be held at the Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City. For the complete list of dates and venues, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Kansas City Symphony: Jason Seber - The Music of John Williams Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Fri Oct 22 202108:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Jason Seber - The Music of John Williams Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Sat Oct 23 202107:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Jason Seber - The Music of John Williams Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Sun Oct 24 202102:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Michael Stern - Brahms' First & Bruch's Violin Concerto Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Fri Oct 29 202108:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Michael Stern - Brahms' First & Bruch's Violin Concerto Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Sat Oct 30 202108:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Michael Stern - Brahms' First & Bruch's Violin Concerto Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Sun Oct 31 202102:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Peter Oundjian - Scheherazade! Plus Strauss Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Fri Nov 05 202108:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Peter Oundjian - Scheherazade! Plus Strauss Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Sat Nov 06 202108:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Peter Oundjian - Scheherazade! Plus Strauss Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Sun Nov 07 202102:00 PM
Kansas City Symphony: Handel's Messiah Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts Kansas City, MO Fri Dec 10 202107:00 PM

Kansas City Symphony Ticket Prices

The average price for Kansas City Symphony Tickets start from $79. The minimum get in price is $57 for Kansas City Symphony Tickets at the Helzberg Hall - Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Kansas City Symphony: Jason Seber - The Music of John Williams Kansas City 22-Oct-21 $87 $74
Kansas City Symphony: Jason Seber - The Music of John Williams Kansas City 23-Oct-21 $79 $72
Kansas City Symphony: Jason Seber - The Music of John Williams Kansas City 24-Oct-21 $88 $78
Kansas City Symphony: Michael Stern - Brahms' First & Bruch's Violin Concerto Kansas City 29-Oct-21 $92 $62
Kansas City Symphony: Michael Stern - Brahms' First & Bruch's Violin Concerto Kansas City 30-Oct-21 $95 $72
Kansas City Symphony: Michael Stern - Brahms' First & Bruch's Violin Concerto Kansas City 31-Oct-21 $94 $67
Kansas City Symphony: Peter Oundjian - Scheherazade! Plus Strauss Kansas City 5-Nov-21 $98 $69
Kansas City Symphony: Peter Oundjian - Scheherazade! Plus Strauss Kansas City 6-Nov-21 $99 $69
Kansas City Symphony: Peter Oundjian - Scheherazade! Plus Strauss Kansas City 7-Nov-21 $98 $69
Kansas City Symphony: Handel's Messiah Kansas City 10-Dec-21 $92 $57

* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.



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