Get Back to the SLSO for Revolution: The Music of the Beatles: A Symphonic Experience

Stephanie Childress, Assistant Conductor of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, talks with John Clare about the SLSO's Revolution: The Music of the Beatles ~ A Symphonic Experience. For tickets and information about the concert, which will take place October 22nd [...]

Get Back to the SLSO for Revolution: The Music of the Beatles: A Symphonic Experience2021-10-21T09:42:14-05:00

Strings of Meaning – University City Symphony Orchestra Returns

Leon Burke, the Music Director and Conductor of the University City Symphony Orchestra and host of Diary of a Musician on Classic 107.3, joins John Clare to talk about the USCO's upcoming free String Concert on October 17th, featuring [...]

Strings of Meaning – University City Symphony Orchestra Returns2021-10-14T15:32:14-05:00

American-Made Music with Maestro Slatkin

Conductor Laureate of the St. Louis Symphony, Leonard Slatkin, spoke with Classic 107.3's CEO and GM John Nasukaluk Clare about his "Made in America" concerts with the SLSO on October 9th and 10th. In these performances, Maestro Slatkin will explore [...]

American-Made Music with Maestro Slatkin2021-10-07T17:01:28-05:00

A Salute to the Seipp/Sheets Trumpet & Organ Duo

Trumpeter Chuck Seipp and organist Randall Sheets are distinguished musicians at the height of their craft.  Dr. Sheets is Ceremonial Organist for Arlington National Cemetery, and Dr. Seipp is Sergeant Major (retired) from The United States Army Band, “Pershing’s Own” [...]

A Salute to the Seipp/Sheets Trumpet & Organ Duo2021-10-03T08:21:10-05:00

Pastime with Good Company! St. Louis Chamber Chorus

The St. Louis Chamber Chorus returns to live performances this weekend with a perennial favorite – the Gloria (RV 589) of Antonio Vivaldi, complemented by motets from his Venetian precursor Claudio Monteverdi. This baroque repertoire contrasts with a new commission [...]

Pastime with Good Company! St. Louis Chamber Chorus2021-09-30T21:34:58-05:00

SLSO this Weekend: Wrapped in Rachmaninoff

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Music Director Stéphane Denève discusses this weekend's concert, in which the SLSO tackles life's uncertainties through music. For more information and tickets, click here. The program includes Charles Ives’ The Unanswered Question; Caroline Shaw’s Entr’acte; and [...]

SLSO this Weekend: Wrapped in Rachmaninoff2021-09-30T16:54:58-05:00

SLSO: 2021 Season Opener Features a Varied Menu

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Music Director Stéphane Denève discusses the opening concerts for the 2021 season. The program includes Jessie Montgomery’s Banner; Anna Clyne’s Dance, featuring cellist Inbal Segev and the choreography of Kirven Douthit-Boyd; and Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s Symphony [...]

SLSO: 2021 Season Opener Features a Varied Menu2021-09-30T16:43:40-05:00

Brittany Graham Opens 75th Season for APS

The Artist Presentation Society celebrates its 75th anniversary this year and begins the season with a concert from soprano Brittany Graham on September 26th at 4pm. Host Kathy Lawton Brown spoke with Brittany, as well as APS President Laureen [...]

Brittany Graham Opens 75th Season for APS2021-09-24T16:10:35-05:00

Welcome Back! Arianna String Quartet Returns

Experience an evening of music celebrating joy, hope, and togetherness, as the renowned Arianna String Quartet kicks off their 2021-22 concert series at the Touhill Performing Arts Center on September 17th at 7:30pm. Host Kathy Lawton Brown spoke with [...]

Welcome Back! Arianna String Quartet Returns2021-09-24T16:12:12-05:00
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