• St. Louis Classical Guitar Features Michael Poll

    St. Louis Classical Guitar Features Michael Poll

    Brian Vaccaro, Executive Director of St. Louis Classical Guitar, and conductor and classical guitarist Michael Poll discuss Michael’s concert on February 17, part of the 60th Anniversary Season for St. Louis Classical Guitar. Learn about Michael’s background, hear from Brian about what makes Michael a can’t-miss performer in this special season lineup, and enjoy a…

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  • Continuum Breathes New Life into the Choral Music Scene

    Continuum Breathes New Life into the Choral Music Scene

    The Continuum Vocal Ensemble is a new choral group in St. Louis! Dr. John McDonald discusses the origins of the ensemble and their mission to provide inspiring and transformative experiences, and shares details about their upcoming peformance “I Breathed a Song” on February 25 at the 21C Museum Hotel. For more information and tickets, visit…

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  • Slatkin/Siegel/Gershwin – A 50th Anniversary Reminiscence

    Slatkin/Siegel/Gershwin – A 50th Anniversary Reminiscence

    Pianist Jeffrey Siegel reunites with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Conductor Laureate Leonard Slatkin in celebration of the 50th anniversary of their acclaimed recordings of George Gershwin’s orchestral works on Vox Records (which have recently been re-released by Naxos). The pair spoke with Tom Sudholt about the recordings, and history repeating itself, in this exclusive interview…

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  • The Unifying Power of Music with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    The Unifying Power of Music with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    Stéphane Denève, Music Director of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, shares his thoughts about about this Friday morning’s concert featuring violinist Augustin Hadelich: “Barber and Price”, which Stéphane describes as a celebration of the unifying power of music. The SLSO will perform Florence Price’s Symphony No. 3, Umoja (the title is the Swahili word for…

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  • Hear What’s Cooking with the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis

    Hear What’s Cooking with the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis

    Marc Gordon, the Executive and Artistic Director of the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis, along with jazz pianists Stephanie Trick and Paolo Alderighi, discuss the “Everything But the Kitchen Sink” concert re-scheduled for January 29th. The program features Bohuslav Martinů’s La Revue de Cuisine, a concert suite for a sextet of instruments from his…

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  • Dynamic Reflections for Chamber Project Saint Louis at WCHOF

    Dynamic Reflections for Chamber Project Saint Louis at WCHOF

    Brian Woods, Music Director at the World Chess Hall of Fame, and Dana Hotle, co-founder and Executive Director of Chamber Project Saint Louis, discuss the ensemble’s January 25 concert at WCHOF. The program, called “Dwell: Dynamic Reflections”, explores a sense of place, space, and time with music for clarinet, strings, and piano.For more information and…

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  • Leaning toward Jazz with his “Body in Motion” – Composer Jeff Beal

    Leaning toward Jazz with his “Body in Motion” – Composer Jeff Beal

    Emmy-winning composer and jazz musician Jeff Beal talks about his new violin concerto, “Body in Motion”, which premieres this Friday, January 12 with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra! Beal shares his regard for the SLSO (this is his second premiere with the orchestra) and what it means to have Leonard Slatkin as a champion of…

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  • A Visit to The Holy Land with the Saint Louis Chamber Chorus

    A Visit to The Holy Land with the Saint Louis Chamber Chorus

    Philip Barnes, the Artistic Director of the Saint Louis Chamber Chorus, and award-winning composer Kerensa Briggs discuss the December 17 holiday concert offering from the Saint Louis Chamber Chorus, which features a new carol composed by Briggs with words by poet and lyricist Charles Anthony Silvestri. For more information and tickets, visit https://www.chamberchorus.org/product-page/concert3 Classic 107.3…

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  • Making Hearts Joyful with the St. Louis Children’s Choirs

    Making Hearts Joyful with the St. Louis Children’s Choirs

    Tai Lin, the founder of the Ariel Concert Series, and Tzuying Huang, bass clarinetist for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and Artistic Director for the Ariel Concert Series, tell listeners about the history behind this music series and discuss the upcoming December 22 concert, which will feature the debut performance of the Meridian Clarinet Quartet.…

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  • Ariel Concert Series January Concerts

    Ariel Concert Series January Concerts

    Hear from St. Louis Symphony Orchestra musician Ann Fink, one of the Artistic Coordinators for the Ariel Concert Series, about the exciting performances coming up on January 14th and January 30th! Learn more these concerts and this free classical music concert series by visiting arielconcertseries.com. Classic 107.3 · Ariel Concert Series January Performances

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