Jeffrey Kahane is both pianist and conductor in this Kansas City Symphony program opening with Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G. Written after the French composer’s United States concert tour, the work is a vibrant, jazzy affair. Haydn’s Symphony No. 88 is one of the composer’s most sparkling works, with delightful surprises at every turn. The program concludes with The Water Goblin and The Noonday Witch, two musical depictions of the supernatural by Dvořák. Tickets will start at twenty-five dollars.