• Marie-Hélène Bernard of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    Marie-Hélène Bernard of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    St. Louis Symphony Orchestra President and CEO Marie-Hélène Bernard shares some exciting ’23-’24 season highlights as well as a Powell Hall construction update. The SLSO season begins September 21 with the annual free concert in Forest Park! Classic 107.3 · Marie-Hélène Bernard of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

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  • Muny Post-Show Conversation for July 25th

    Muny Post-Show Conversation for July 25th

    A delicious comedy for the heart of summer! Little Shop of Horrors is a campy thriller that follows meek floral assistant Seymour on his quest to win over the love of his life, Audrey. A total eclipse of the sun and a scheming man-eating plant threatens his dr/eam and takes over Seymour’s life. Expect the…

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  • Remembering Robert Ray In Unison

    Remembering Robert Ray In Unison

    Kathy Lawton Brown talks with IN UNISON Chorus Director Kevin McBeth about “Remembering Dr. Robert Ray: A Community Celebration” that takes place May 1 at 7pm. Kevin shares some favorite memories of Dr. Ray, the founder of the IN UNISON Chorus, and tells listeners about the incredible tribute concert that will feature himself and guest…

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  • Something Spoken Returns

    Something Spoken Returns

    Something Spoken: Tennessee Williams on the Air begins this Saturday on Classic 107.3! Hear from Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis Executive Artistic Director Carrie Houk, as well as directors Brian Hohlfeld & Tom Mitchell (who is also the Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis scholar-in-residence) as they talk about the four one-act plays that you’ll hear beginning April…

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  • Living History at Bellefontaine

    Living History at Bellefontaine

    Daniel Fuller, the Event and Volunteer Coordinator for Bellefontaine Cemetery and Arboretum, talks about the Women’s History Month events happening at Bellefontaine – trolley tours, lectures, and more; shares some of the cemetery’s fascinating history; and reveals what visitors should know about this St. Louis cultural institution. For more information and an event schedule, click HERE. Classic…

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  • A 15 – Year (Chamber) Project

    A 15 – Year (Chamber) Project

    Dana Hotle, one of the founders and the current Executive Director of Chamber Project St. Louis, spoke with Kathy Lawton Brown about the ensemble’s 15th anniversary celebration, coming up at 7pm on February 5th at The Schlafly Tap Room. Attendees will hear music of Valerie Coleman, Samuel Coleridge Taylor, Rebecca Clarke, and other favorite composers! For…

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