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KANSAS CITY CHORALE

The Kansas City Chorale, founded in 1982, performs music from diverse historical periods. Conductor Charles Bruffy has been artistic director of the Chorale since 1988. He has also served as chorus director for the Kansas City Symphony since 2008, and has commissioned and premiered works by leading composers around the globe.

The Kansas City Chorale’s recordings have often been recognised by the Recording Academy: its 2007 album, Grechaninov’s Passion Week, received four GRAMMY nominations, and its album Life & Breath – Choral Works of René Clausen, won the 2012 GRAMMY award for Best Choral Performance. The Chorale’s most recent recording of Rachmaninov’s All-night Vigil, with the Phoenix Chorale, won the GRAMMY award for Best Choral Performance of 2015.

For more information, visit www.kcchorale.org.

Role: Choir 
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