For those whose tastes occasionally veer into the classical, here's correspondent Timothy McDonald's reports from the Itzhak Perlman/Rohan DeSilva concert and the Kansas City Symphony's classical series concert with guest conductor Giancarlo Guerrero.
Musical royalty arrived at the Folly Theater on Saturday night as violinist Itzhak Perlman performed with pianist Rohan DeSilva.
Composer-pianist Philip Glass has postponed his Feb. 8 Lied Center concert until next season, the center said Tuesday.
The pioneer of musical minimalism was to have performed a program of his own solo piano works on the series, of which he is a frequent guest. Glass sustained a hand injury and is undergoing surgery that will leave him unable to perform for several weeks.
The Lied Center has not yet announced a replacement date.
Those holding tickets may exchange them for another Lied Center presentation this season or have the center hold credit for the rescheduled concert next season, or receive a refund.
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