Upcoming Events

Best of Bach
November 23, 2014 / 7:30 p.m. / Pre-Concert Talk at 6:45 p.m.
Members of the Midwest Chamber Ensemble are joined by two fabulous guest artists, countertenor Jay Carter and pianist Kairy Koshoeva, in an evening of music by J.S. Bach.  In the spirit of Glenn Gould and Russell Oberlin, Carter presents BWV 54, a solo cantata for alto, while Koshoeva rounds out the program with Bach's monumental Goldberg Variations
*Prairie Baptist Church, 7416 Roe Avenue, Prairie Village, KS*
December 7, 2014 / 7:30 p.m.
Sarah Klopfenstein, mezzo-soprano and Jessica Koebbe, piano
Mezzo-soprano Sarah Klopfenstein and pianist Jessica Koebbe present a collaborative program including selections from the Classical era to the 20th Century. Works by Caccini, Schubert, Brahms, Bizet, Faure, and others.
Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 9100 Mission Road, Prairie Village, KS 66206
08.18.14 ~ Details are now available about the 2015 Youth Concerto Competition for musicians 18 and under! Visit the Concerto Competition Page (under the "For Musicians" tab) for more information. The preliminary rounds will take place on January 24 and January 25, 2015, and the final round, in the form of a public concert, is on Sunday, February 22, 2015, at 3 p.m. The winner will play with the Midwest Chamber Ensemble during the 2015-16 season.

We are fortunate to work under the auspices of Lutheran Church of the Resurrection. Although we are not supported financially by the church, your donations are tax deductible. Please visit the church's website by clicking on the logo to the right. Special thanks to Pastor Alix Pridgen and the congregation of LCR for their generous support!
Featured Reviews
"The Midwest Chamber Ensemble is the most fearless ensemble in Kansas City. With only two seasons under its belt, the group of pre-professionals hasn’t shied away from presenting the typical Beethoven and Brahms but their commitment to new music and that of the 20th century is equally telling." -Lee Hartman, KCMETROPOLIS

[An] exciting lineup of world premieres, guest artists, collaborations, and favorite classic repertoire should make Midwest Chamber Ensemble the group to keep your eye on in the coming year." -Karen Hague, KCMETROPOLIS