is one of the most requested ballets by Kansas City
It explores the fickle nature of fortune
in a theatrical and thrilling tapestry of dancers, vocal soloists, and the Kansas City Symphony and Chorus. The entire production is set to
Carl Orff’s renowned heart-pounding score.
Toni Pimble’s Carmina Burana shares the evening with Lynne Taylor-Corbett’s complex and inventive Mercury and Ben
Stevenson’s poignant and romantic End of Time — a Kansas City
audience favorite. Together, these three works create a powerful
and emotionally stirring evening.
Choreographer: Toni Pimble
Composer: Carl Orff
End of Time
Choreography: Ben Stevenson
Music: Sergei Rachmaninoff
Choreography: Lynne Taylor-Corbett
Music: Franz Joseph Haydn
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Learn more about this show!
• Visit the Kansas City Ballet Blog for behind-the-scenes information
• Read all of the media coverage
• Download the text translations for Carmina Burana
• Meet the dancers
Plus, you can learn more about the show from Artistic Director William Whitener when you join us an hour before the performance for Footnotes.
Tickets are available online or by calling the Kansas City Ballet Box Office at 816-931-2232.