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Opus 76 Quartet with David Kim, violin

  May 10, 2025 2:00 PM

Doors Open: 1:30 PM

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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
INDIVIDUAL: $35.00 / $25.00
JCCC FACULTY/STAFF: $17.50 / $12.50
YOUTH 18 & UNDER: $17.50 / $12.50
INDIVIDUAL (ADA): $35.00 / $25.00
INDIVIDUAL (COMPANION): $35.00 / $25.00
JCCC FACULTY/STAFF (ADA): $17.50 / $12.50
JCCC FACULTY/STAFF (COMPANION): $17.50 / $12.50
YOUTH 18 & UNDER (ADA): $17.50 / $12.50
YOUTH 18 & UNDER (COMPANION): $17.50 / $12.50
GROUP DISCOUNT (11+): $30.00 / $20.00

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INDIVIDUAL / JCCC FACULTY/STAFF / YOUTH 18 & UNDER / INDIVIDUAL (ADA) / INDIVIDUAL (COMPANION) / JCCC FACULTY/STAFF (ADA) / JCCC FACULTY/STAFF (COMPANION) / YOUTH 18 & UNDER (ADA) / YOUTH 18 & UNDER (COMPANION) / GROUP DISCOUNT (11+) Public Onsale: June 17, 2024 10:00 AM to May 10, 2025 3:00 PM
Hailed as “Kansas City’s Premier String Quartet” (KC Independent), the Opus 76 Quartet and violinist David Kim, Concertmaster of The Philadelphia Orchestra, will perform Brahms’ G Minor Sextet & Tchaikovsky’s "Souvenir de Florence."
 
The Opus 76 Quartet
The quartet’s residency, which began as digital artists-in-residence in 2021, saw the group embark on a number of critically acclaimed recording projects in partnership with MTC as part of its innovative digital concert series, “Eat, Drink & Play!”
 
Adding to its previous recordings of “The Complete Works for String Quartet by Ludwig van Beethoven,” (broadcast live on Kansas Public Radio KPR in 2020), Opus 76 recorded Mendelssohn’s Op. 44 No. 1, Schubert’s Quintet in C, Brahms’s F minor Piano Quintet, Mozart’s Quintet No. 3 in C Major, Bartok’s Quartet No. 1, and Mozart’s The Six Quartets Dedicated to Haydn, a project also supported by KPR.
In addition to a national touring schedule, as part of its residency, the Quartet runs The Sunrise Programme, which provides a year of free lessons and performance opportunities to selected students in the Kansas City metro area.
 
David Kim
Violinist David Kim was named Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1999. Born in Carbondale, Illinois, in 1963, he started playing the violin at the age of three, began studies with the famed pedagogue Dorothy DeLay at the age of eight, and later received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from The Juilliard School.
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