Arts & Music
Working with City Hall, the Liberty Community Center, Mid-Continent Public Library Withers Branch and William Jewell College, the Liberty Arts Commission has developed four gallery spaces in Liberty that offer exhibits throughout the year.
Founded in 2003, the Liberty Community Chorus is an 80-voice chorus open to singers 16 years of age and older. The Chorus consists of non-auditioned singers from throughout the greater Kansas City area who prepare, rehearse and perform stunning modern and ancient choral works from the world’s greatest composers.
The LPAT is a unique space in the Kansas City northland that regularly hosts multi-disciplined events including music, theater and dance.
The Corbin Theatre Company in historic downtown Liberty is committed to providing high-quality theatrical entertainment, encouraging and facilitating community participation in every phase of live theatre.
The Liberty Symphony Orchestra, which has been part of the cultural fabric of our community since the early 1970s, performs several times each year at the Liberty Performing Arts Theatre.
Handbells, choir, opera, jazz, flute, symphonic orchestra and more. The William Jewell College Department of Music is open to all student musicians, regardless of major and hosts many performances throughout the year.
Through course work, production experience and practical application, students gain a strong foundation in performance theory while broadening their perspective on the arts across media and cultures.