SLCG Presents Grisha Goryachev at the Sheldon

A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, Grisha Goryachev is renowned for his extraordinary musical sensitivity and technical virtuosity in both classical and flamenco styles. St. Louis Classical Guitar is presenting Grisha in concert at The Sheldon on Wednesday, November [...]

SLCG Presents Grisha Goryachev at the Sheldon2022-11-04T16:02:09-05:00

Music Fit for a King at Cathedral Concerts

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 [...]

Music Fit for a King at Cathedral Concerts2022-11-04T16:39:25-05:00

Juan Carmona brings Flamenco Flair to Blue Strawberry

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 [...]

Juan Carmona brings Flamenco Flair to Blue Strawberry2022-11-04T11:31:32-05:00

Meet Victor Goines of Jazz St. Louis

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 [...]

Meet Victor Goines of Jazz St. Louis2022-10-21T01:29:54-05:00

Pianos for People Celebrates 10 Years

Pianos for People is celebrating its 10th anniversary at “An Evening of 100 Fingers,” featuring Grammy-winning pianist Peter Martin, at 7 p.m. on Sun., Oct. 23, in the Concert Hall at The Sheldon. Classic 107.3 host Kathy Lawton Brown spoke [...]

Pianos for People Celebrates 10 Years2022-10-15T10:32:35-05:00

Woman of Haiti – Composer Nathalie Joachim

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 [...]

Woman of Haiti – Composer Nathalie Joachim2022-09-15T22:06:28-05:00

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
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