Johnson County Community College’s Midwest Trust Center Welcomes Audiences to November Shows
Emily Behrmann, Executive Director, the Midwest Trust Center (formerly Carlsen Center), today invited audiences to purchase tickets for November shows, featuring local favorites and nationally recognized artists. Performances will take place at the Midwest Trust Center on the campus of Johnson County Community College, 12345 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS 66210).
Behrmann said, “We look forward to welcoming quests for this wonderful lineup! These performances feature
pop, gospel, jazz, classical and folk music all under one roof. It’s such a joy to bring a variety of musical talents
to our halls.”
Performances details include:
November 6, 2021, 8:00 p.m. – Darlene Love will delight audiences with favorites including “He’s a Rebel,”
“A Fine, Fine Boy,” “Chapel of Love,” “Wait ‘til My Bobby Gets Home” and “He’s Sure the Boy I Love.” Ms.
Love will also sing songs from her latest release “Introducing Darlene Love” (produced by Little Steven
VanZandt and including new songs by Linda Perry, Elvis Costello and Bruce Springsteen.)
November 7, 2021, 7:00 p.m. – Kansas City and All That’s Jazz: Bringing Legends to Life takes listeners on
a journey highlighting jazz pioneers Charlie Parker, Count Basie, Mary Lou Williams and many others! The
performance features Greg Carroll and the Midnight Blue Jazz Quintet with special guest, Kansas City’s Vine
Street Rumble Jazz Orchestra, directed by Kent Rausch. The evening will be hosted by KMBC 9 News Chief
Meteorologist Bryan Busby.
November 12, 2021, 8:00 p.m. – The Romeros, known as “The Royal Family of the Guitar” will play Yardley
Hall. Founded by the legendary Celedonio Romero in 1958, the quartet’s sterling reputation continues to be
confirmed by repeated appearances with virtually every major symphony orchestra in the United States.
November 20, 2021, 8:00 p.m. – Susan Werner will bring folk, jazz and pop combined with sassy wit and
Midwestern charm to Yardley Hall. Deemed by NPR as “The Empress of the Unexpected,’ her restlessness
spans an original and charismatic style. The queen of contemporary folk will sing from her 12 albums.
November 3-13, 2021 – The Opus 76 Quartet will perform a digital concert as part of their “Eat, Drink, Play!”
series. The 2021-2022 artists-in-residence have created a date night at home with beautiful chamber music and
a fabulous recipe from Executive Chef Andrew Daring, of Extra Virgin. The quartet will play Mozart’s Quintet
No. 3 in C major, K. 515 and Bartok’s String Quartet No. 1 in A minor, Op. 40.
Tickets may be purchased online www.jccc.edu/MidwestTrustCenter or by phone (913) 469-4445.
For more information about these shows and the rest of the 2021 Fall Season, visit