Feb 09 2020
Shaken & Stirred: Michael Feinstein With Storm Large presented by Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts at Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, Kansas City MO

Shaken & Stirred: Michael Feinstein With Storm...

Presented by Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts at Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

The five-time GRAMMY-nominated musician Michael Feinstein is joining forces with renowned vocalist Storm Large for an unforgettable evening of live music. Performing hits from the Great American Songbook, this duo dazzles audiences with their brilliant vocals and witty anecdotes.

Michael Feinstein is a multi-platinum recording artist with Emmy nominated PBS specials and an acclaimed NPR series. With a long list of musical accolades, Feinstein has established himself as a renowned singer and pianist worthy of such iconic venues as the Sydney Opera House and the White House. His exceptional musicality is matched by his passion for arts education. Feinstein founded the Great American Songbook Foundation in 2007, an organization dedicated to celebrating and preserving the Great American Song Book through master classes, education programs and the annual High School Songbook Academy. He currently serves as the Artistic Director of the Palladium Center for the Performing Arts, a $170 million, three-theatre venue in Carmel, Indiana, known for its diverse live programming. His most recent award-winning albums are A Michael Feinstein ChristmasThe Sinatra Project and The Power Of Two.

Storm Large gained national prominence as a finalist on the CBS show Rock Star: Supernova in 2006. A graduate of the Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, her recent highlights include engagements with the New York Pops, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the San Francisco Symphony. Storm Large made her guest debut in 2011 as a vocalist in Pink Martini, singing four sold-out concerts at the Kennedy Center in the Washington, D.C. with the National Symphony Orchestra. In 2014 her band released the record Le Bonheur, a collection of twisted and tortured love songs.

Admission Info

Tickets range from $49 to $109 plus applicable fees.

Phone: 816-994-7222

Dates & Times

2020/02/09 - 2020/02/09

Location Info

Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts

1601 Broadway Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64108

Parking Info

An experience at the Kauffman Center begins the moment you arrive, with a convenient, well-lit parking garage, owned and operated by the City of Kansas City, Missouri. The garage is directly attached to the Kauffman Center just south of the building with multiple access points to surrounding streets.

Parking for performance events is $10 cash at the Arts District Garage. On non-event days, parking is free for the first 30 minutes and $3 for any duration beyond 30 minutes. Garage parking is also available at the Webster Garage located at 17th & Wyandotte. Additionally, valet parking service is available on performance evenings for $20 cash.

Pre-purchased parking is also available through our website or by calling the box office at 816.994.7222. Pre-purchased parking is available 24 hours or more in advance of each performance. The cost is $10 for the Arts District Parking Garage and $18 for valet service. Pre-purchasing parking guarantees a reserved spot in the garage, even if the garage sells out. Please note that if the garage is full patrons without a pre-paid pass will not be able to park in the Arts District Garage.

Please note that if the garage is full patrons without a pre-paid pass will not be able to park in the Arts District Garage. Additional information about parking is available at: kauffmancenter.org/the-center/directions-parking/

Accessibility Info

The Kauffman Center’s promise to bring artists and audiences together is reflected in many ways, including accessibility for those who may need auditory, visual or mobility assistance.

If you have questions or concerns, please call the Box Office at (816) 994-7222 or email boxoffice@kauffmancenter.org. If you are hearing impaired or hard of hearing, you can get help with telephone access by using the free relay service – 711.

Information about accessibility at the Kauffman Center is available at: kauffmancenter.org/the-center/accessibility/