James Ehnes Brings a Bernstein Party to the SLSO

Violinist James Ehnes sat down with Tom Sudholt to discuss practice schedules and the compulsion to play one's instrument, musical interpretation and criticism, and Leonard Bernstein's Serenade (after Plato's Symposium), a piece that isn't performed as often as Ehnes [...]

James Ehnes Brings a Bernstein Party to the SLSO2023-01-26T17:01:18-05:00

Concerto for Orchestra Premieres with the SLSO

Counting down the hours until the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra premiere of "Concerto for Orchestra" by Pullitzer Prize-winning composer (and St. Louis native) Kevin Puts? So are we! Classic 107.3's Julie Schuster had the opportunity to talk with Kevin [...]

Concerto for Orchestra Premieres with the SLSO2023-01-19T14:44:02-05:00

Cristian Măcelaru Spotlights Saint-Saëns

Newly appointed Artistic Director of the George Enescu Festival and Competition, Grammy Award-winning conductor Cristian Măcelaru is Music Director of the Orchestre National de France, Chief Conductor of the WDR Sinfonieorchester, Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Interlochen [...]

Cristian Măcelaru Spotlights Saint-Saëns2023-01-14T12:10:54-05:00

Bienvenue! Stéphane and the SLSO in Forest Park

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 [...]

Bienvenue! Stéphane and the SLSO in Forest Park2022-09-13T12:01:14-05:00

Stacy Garrop and the SLSO Premiere of Goddess Triptych

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.

Stacy Garrop and the SLSO Premiere of Goddess Triptych2022-03-09T23:23:47-05:00
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