Host Tom Sudholt interviews pianist, composer, and author Stephen Hough about some of his recent projects.
Host Jim Doyle speaks with Ron Himes, Founder and Producing Director of The Black Rep, about a wide range of issues on this Juneteenth.
Host Tom Sudholt talks with Andrew Jorgensen, General Director of Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, and Tom Ridgely, Producing Artistic Director of the St. Louis Shakespeare Festival and Creative Producer of Arts United STL, about the upcoming benefit concert and what it means for St. Louis performing artists.
Performances of Berlioz's Damnation of Faust happen at Powell Hall at 8pm this Friday, March 13 and Saturday, March 14 with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Chorus. Stéphane Denève conducts one of his own favorites with a top-notch cast including one of today's most renowned singers in the title role: tenor Michael Spyres. Hear how this Missouri Ozark native went from doing musical theatre as a baritone to gracing the world's major opera houses...as a bel canto tenor!
Composer Steve Hackman, tenor Ben Jones and violist Paul Yarbrough of the Alexander String Quartet discuss their recent collaboration on Hackman: Dream Cycle with host Julie Schuster.
Jim Doyle talks with violinist Nelson Lee of the Jupiter String Quartet about the ensemble's upcoming concert as part of the Washington University Great Artists Series.
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Kevin Puts shares his insights about St Louis and his new work with host Tom Sudholt.
Stéphane Denève, Music Director of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra, discusses Beethoven's 9th Symphony and composer Kevin Puts with John Clare, General Manager of Classic 107.3.
Julie Schuster's conversation with Andrew Jorgensen, the General Director of Opera Theatre of Saint Louis, about Phyllis Herndon Brissenden.
Host Tom Sudholt and Music Director of the Czech Philharmonic, Semyon Bychkov, discuss "The Tchaikovsky Project".