50 Years of Classical Magic
Omaha’s only classical music station — locally composed, community supported and intently focused on a vibrant future for the arts.
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KVNO has been honoring students who play, sing or compose for over twenty years. Each monthly Classical Kid receives a $300 scholarship from the Soener Foundation.
January 2023 Classical Kid
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February 3rd, 2023
“Rent” opens at the Omaha Community Playhouse on February 10. “Rent” is an early 90s rock musical, loosely based on an opera from the 1800s, and it presents the story of young artists struggling to survive in lower Manhattan under the shadows of HIV.
January 17th, 2023
The McGuigan Arts Academy offers Theater, Music, and Visual Arts classes.
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September 16th, 2022
‘United we walk’ featured a 1.14 Mile Journey and it gathered about 2500 people on the Tri-Faith Common. They also had Food Trucks, Live Performances, Family-Friendly Exhibits, and Open Houses of the Tri-Faith Center, Temple Israel, Countryside Community Church, and the American Muslim Institute.
August 31st, 2022
OMAHA-Lunch with the girls is this Thursday, September 1, at CHI Health Center Omaha from 11:30 AM to 1 PM Online reservations have closed but limited seating may still be available. Visit Girlsinc.org for more information.
August 10th, 2022
OMAHA-Tarana Burke will be at the Holland Center this afternoon from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. And the ticket prices had been dropped to 25 dollars using the code Me-too, original price of tickets was up to 100 dollars, but Taylor says that she wants to make sure all people have access to this event and be aware that someone is there to listen.
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January 20th, 2023
Listening to classical music on the radio (or via our app, online stream or smart speaker) is powerful, magical and takes you places that other music or programming simply can’t. Going to a symphony performance, on the other hand, is a completely different experience.
December 26th, 2022
I was reflecting on this truth nugget recently after it became clear that my shoulder had decided to follow Roger Federer into retirement. Rather than announcing this decision at a press conference, the old ball-and-socket decided instead to communicate its intention via spasms of intense, unbearable, agonizing, tortuous, disabling, screaming, chronic pain.