Listen to songs that will get you in the holiday spirit during our Music for a Sunday Afternoon series. The free show starts at 3pm Dec. 15 and stars John Currey, one of KC’s best percussionists.
Catch live musical performances in the library’s rotunda Dec. 2-20. Cheer on both student and professional musicians as they share the holiday spirit through music.
From Africa to Topeka, these talented young musicians offer you an evening of culture Aug. 2. You’ll be tapping your feet to the beat of their drums. Come for a night of music you soon won’t forget.
Listen up! We offer beats that will have you tapping your feet and swinging your hips. Live musical performances, some led by our own library staff, await you and your family at the library in June and July.
Jazz Artist Angela Hagenbach enchants audiences around the world, and on Sunday, Feb. 24 from 3–4:30pm, you can hear the story of The Great Gatsby through her live jazz performance at the library. No tickets required.
Get in the spirit of the season when you attend Songs of the Season, a daily holiday music series, in the library’s rotunda. From school choirs to veteran music masters, these performances are sure to delight. Most concerts are scheduled between 11am and 2pm.
Enjoy this world-class opportunity to hear young musicians from around the globe perform at the library. This free performance by young pianists attending the 2012 International Institute for Young Musicians at KU is sure to delight.
Music fans, mark your calendars. Summer brings an impressive lineup of entertainers to delight young and old alike. Fans of past American Idol winner Carrie Underwood will love Megan Leigh, a Kansas native who brings her country music stylin’s to the library Wednesday, June 27 at 4pm. Catch her act while you can; this artist’s […]