Westwood Ensemble

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Westwood Ensemble announces its inaugural concert “Bach to Beetles” on May 10, 2017 at 7:30PM at the Kansas City Community College Performing Arts Center located at 7535 State Ave, Kansas City, KS. Admission is free.

The program includes: Organ Concerto in A Minor Bach/Vivaldi/Lane Waltzes from Der Rosenkavalier Richard Strauss Serenade for Strings Edward Elgar Day Tripper L&M arr. Lane

The Westwood Ensemble is a community arts organization focused on music in the Kansas City metro area. The emphasis is on significant literature and high quality music making for the enlightenment, enjoyment and education of both the membership of the ensemble(s) and the community audience at large. The focus is non-competitive and collaborative in nature.

Artistic Director and Conductor Jonathan Lane has taught elementary through college music for over 35 years. He was orchestra director at Shawnee Mission East High School for 31 years. Jon Lane is active as a professional double bass player and teacher. He keeps a private bass studio in the Kansas City area. Former students have gone on the top music schools like Indiana University and Julliard, some have gone on to play in the Hong Kong and the Wichita Symphony.

Contact: Jonathan Lane 913-226-0796 Lanejonathan55@gmail.com

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