Kansas City Chorale
Sept. 24, 2016, 7:30 p.m.
Ophelia Parrish Performance Hall
You will not want to miss the return of the Grammy award-winning Kansas City Chorale. This performance will also mark a homecoming for Kirksville native and Truman alumnus Frank Fleschner (’05) who sings with the 30-person choir. The New York Times referred to the choir’s “refined sound and elegant phrasing,” as well as its “vivid intensity,” and praised the performance for its “buoyant pulse and energetic finesse.” Founded in 1982, the group’s most-recent recording, Rachmaninoff’s “All-night Vigil,” won the 2015 Grammy award for Best Choral Performance.