The 31st Annual Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival is happening November 3-13. David Kirkman, founder of Woke Nation Studios and artist-in-residence with the Department of African and African-American Studies at Washington University, is an innovative young writer, director, and [...]
Jonathan Howard of The King's Singers spoke with host Kathy Lawton Brown about the group's only U.S. concert on their current tour, which takes place November 4 at 8pm as part of the St. Louis Cathedral Concerts series. For more [...]
Widely regarded as one of the greatest living flamenco guitarists, Juan Carmona comes to the intimate Blue Strawberry for a night of unparalleled flamenco music. Host Gavriel Savit spoke with Jim Dolan, owner of Blue Strawberry, about these two shows [...]
Renowned jazz saxophonist and clarinetist Victor Goines is the new President and CEO of Jazz St. Louis! Classic 107.3's Julie Schuster spoke with Victor about his passion for jazz education, his connections to our city and amazing St. Louis [...]
Judy Kuhn is best known for her Broadway roles in such musicals as Fun Home, Chess, and Les Misérables. She is performing at the Blue Strawberry on Friday, October 21 and Saturday, October 22 at 7:30pm. Judy spoke with Classic [...]
Executive Director of the St. Louis Art Fair, Sarah Umlauf, gives listeners all the details about this year's fair, from the theme ("Love is in the Art") to information about the exhibitors, entertainment, food and drink, even the parking (there's [...]
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 [...]
Actor Rayme Cornell shares her insights about the 7th Annual Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis production of "The Rose Tattoo", the arts community in St. Louis, and her very personal connection to playwright Tennessee Williams. See Rayme under the [...]
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 Michael V. Smith, Ph.D., the E. Desmond Lee Endowed Professor of Music Education at the University of Missouri – St. Louis and the Director of the Des Lee Fine Arts Education Collaborative.