Noah Geller is the Kansas City Symphony’s concertmaster, also known as the principal solo violinist. He has won numerous awards for his performances all over the world. Noah earned his bachelor and graduate degree at Juilliard. During his time there, he also co-founded the Group Shirami, which is Hebrew for “Song Of Our People.” The group is still active, playing Jewish music that is often obscure and composed during the Holocaust era. On this Ghost Notes interview, Noah addresses the exclusivity of the classical music world, and how it has evolved throughout the centuries. The music you hear underneath the interview is our recording from Noah’s solo performance at our studio.
Your Musical Forecast | April 7 - April 20
April 15-16 | 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. | Lawrence Public Library | 707 Vermont St, Lawrence, Kansas
This is a free two-day music industry event focused on helping independent artists improve their music making, and business skills. Friday will focus on production tips and tricks. On Saturday there will be panel discussions with radio DJs, journalists, and promoters. This event is for anyone looking to work in the music industry.
April 8 | 8:30 p.m. | The Tank Room | 1813 Grand Blvd, Kansas City, Missouri
Kansas City rockers Chris Meck and The Guilty Birds are releasing their debut full length album, “It’s 4 a.m. Somewhere!” Openers include Claire & the Crowded Stage and Westerners.
April 16 | 8 a.m. | Mills Record Company | 314 Westport Rd, Kansas City, Missouri
Mills is hosting 20 different live acts at their new location which is just around the corner from their current one in Westport. Starting at 8 a.m., they’ll be coffee and donuts followed up by a whole day of KC music!