Kansas City Musical Club
organized to stimulate, encourage, and acquire a broader knowledge of music and musical literature
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if you don't, PLEASE ask!  
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While our mid-day concerts are FREE and open to the public, we encourage you to join the club --  membership dues are only $30 per year.  DONATIONS are always GRATEFULLY accepted, and we are a 501(c)3.

See you In-Person (at last)!

Monday, October 4, 2021
Asbury United Methodist Church
5400 W 75th St.
Prairie Village, KS 66208
(northeast corner of 75th and Nall)

Sara’s Salon - The Boulanger Legacy
Sara McClure, musicologist
Kathryn Hilger, viola
John Livingston, piano

With recorded excerpts from:
Three Pieces for Cello and Piano (arranged for viola) -- Nadia Boulanger
Piece I – Modere (Moderate)
Piece II – Sans vitesse et a l’aise (Without speed and with ease)
Piece III – Vite et nerveusement (Quickly and nervously)

Sonatina d'estiu (Summer Sonata) -- Narcis Bonet
Sonata for Viola, Op. 36 -- Benjamin C. S. Boyles
I. Poco allegro
II. Tempo di minuetto
III. Grave come una nenia
IV. Presto pesante

Yuefeng Liu, piano
Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 23 -- Alexander Scriabin
1. Drammatico
2. Allegretto
3. Andante
4. Presto con fuoco

For everyone's safety and to respect the suggestions made by City & Church --
we will wear masks while we are in the church building.
Social Time (after concert) - sorry, no food this month.
Hope to see YOU! 

Consider sending your generous, tax-deductible Scholarship Fund donation along with your annual $30 membership dues. 

Make checks payable to:
Kansas City Musical Club
%Treasurer, Chris Evans Hands
10206 Edelweiss Cir.
Merriam, KS 66203

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 Concerts at noon on "first Mondays" 
2021-2022's program year:
 October 4, November 1, and December 6, 2021
February 7, March 7, and April 4, 2022 

 Questions?  Call 913-384-5340 or contact chris.evans.hands@gmail.com