Grammy-winning Mezzo-Soprano Kelley O'Connor visited Classic 107.3 to talk about this weekend's performances of Gustav Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde, The Song of the Earth, with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Kelley considers the work to be Mahler's [...]
Brian Woods, Co-Music Director of the World Chess Hall of Fame, discusses the upcoming concert with the Arianna String Quartet on September 22nd. From the WCHOF website: The internationally acclaimed Arianna String Quartet is delighted to appear for the first time at [...]
Opening weekend for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is Saturday, September 17th and Sunday 18th, and the concerts feature a work by contemporary composer Natalie Joachim, who spoke with afternooon host Tom Sudholt about the meaning behind this deeply personal [...]
Opening weekend for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is Saturday, September 17th and Sunday 18th, and Stephane Deneve spoke with Julie Schuster about these first concerts and their theme of "Postcards from Faraway Places." From the SLSO website: JACQUES [...]
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 [...]
Hear an interview excerpt with Allison Felter, musician and member of the All-American Alumni Band; and composer and arranger Kim Scharnberg, board president of the All-American Alumni Band. The pair talk about the history of the group and some [...]
Host Julie Schuster speaks with Brian Woods, Music Director at the World Chess Hall of Fame (WCHOF), and Wendy Hymes, Director of the Intercultural Music Initiative (IMI), about the IMI's August 4th concert, "Let's Dance", part of the WCHOF Music Series.
Host Kathy Lawton Brown talks with Mary Weber, the principal trumpet for the St. Louis Philharmonic and instructor for the Washington University School of Music.
St. Louis Classical Guitar Executive Director Brian Vaccaro discusses the fantastic lineup for the 2022-2023 concert season, which features well-known performers as well as rising stars.
St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Music Director Stéphane Denève sat down with Julie Schuster to talk about the SLSO’s 143rd season; a journey to take audiences to places near and far, real and imaginary.