Conductor Ben Whiteley talks with Classic 107.3 morning host Gavriel Savit about "A Little Sondheim Music: The Muny and SLSO Celebrate the Music and Lyrics of Stephen Sondheim", which happens Sunday, October 2nd at 3pm. For more information and tickets, [...]
Music Director of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Stéphane Denève, talks with host Julie Schuster about his busy summer (which included his family's move to St. Louis), and the annual concert he "adores"... the season-opening free concert on Art Hill [...]
Award-winning composer Stacy Garrop talks with Classic 107.3 host Julie Schuster about the premiere of her Goddess Triptych with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on March 12 and 13.
Kathy Lawton Brown speaks with renowned soprano Christine Brewer and St. Louis Philharmonic conductor Darwin Aquino ahead of "A Night with Christine", a concert on February 25th featuring Ms. Brewer performing musical numbers by Harold Arlen and other composers.
A Classic 107.3 Exclusive! An in-depth conversation about Giuseppe Verdi's Requiem between Amy Kaiser, Director of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and host Kathy Lawton Brown.
Composer John Adams is in town to conduct the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra this weekend in two performances, and he sat down with Classic 107.3's John Nasukaluk Clare to talk about the concerts.
Classic 107.3 host Tom Sudholt speaks with baritone Johnathan McCullough about his Grammy-nominated film of David T. Little's opera "Soldier Songs". McCullough co-wrote the screenplay and the stars in the film, which he also directed.
Pianist Shai Wosner speaks with Classic 107.3 GM John Clare about his debut with the SLSO this weekend, performing Ludwig van Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1.
John Clare speaks with Irish composer Patrick Cassidy about his new work, The Mass for Choir & Organ, which was recorded with each part in isolation due to the pandemic, as well as his film score work, including the Vide cor Meum, which was composed as a “mini opera" for the Ridley Scott film Hannibal.
Nicholas McGegan has been working in St. Louis for more than 40 years, and leading concerts with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra for 35 years! He spoke with John Clare about the Bach "family reunion" featured this weekend at [...]