• Figaro! A Preview of Opera Theatre’s Season at WCHOF

    Figaro! A Preview of Opera Theatre’s Season at WCHOF

    Hear from Brian Woods, Music Director at the World Chess Hall of Fame, and Andrew Jorgensen, General Director of Opera Theatre Saint Louis, about the annual preview of the Opera Theatre’s 49th’s season presented by singers from OTSL’s Gerdine Young Artist Program. The concert takes place April 25 at 7pm (with a pre-concert talk at…

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  • Dive into Matisse and the Sea at the Saint Louis Art Museum

    Dive into Matisse and the Sea at the Saint Louis Art Museum

    Simon Kelly, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the St. Louis Art Museum, talks about the SLAM-curated exhibit “Matisse and the Sea”, which runs through May 12. Kelly shares what makes this show unique, including some rarely exhibited works, and talks about Matisse’s love of music! For more information about Matisse and the Sea,…

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  • Making a French Connection at the World Chess Hall of Fame

    Making a French Connection at the World Chess Hall of Fame

    Brian Woods, Music Director for the World Chess Hall of Fame, talks about the March 28th concert “The French Connection with Andrea Jarrett and Friends”, where he will perform French chamber music with St. Louis Symphony Orchestra violinist Andrea Jarrett, SLSO violist Andrew Francois, and cellist Davin Rubicz. The program features Maurice Ravel’s Saint Louis…

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  • Art is Blooming at the Saint Louis Art Museum

    Art is Blooming at the Saint Louis Art Museum

    Florist Jessica Douglass of Flowers & Weeds, back-to-back “Best in Show” winner for the Saint Louis Art Museum’s Art in Bloom, talks about what the creative process is like for the festival, shares her best tip for enjoying the displays, and tells listeners about the retail store on Cherokee Street that she co-owns with Carly…

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  • Showing off Orchids at the Missouri Botanical Garden

    Showing off Orchids at the Missouri Botanical Garden

    Pat Scace, the floral display supervisor at the Missouri Botanical Garden, discusses the annual Orchid Show at MOBOT, which runs through February 25. Pat shares how she ended up at the Missouri Botanical Garden, talks about how the show comes together (planning and volunteers!) and advises on orchid ownership. For more information about the orchid…

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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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  • Vignettes and Vistas with Voskoboynikova and the Arianna String Quartet

    Vignettes and Vistas with Voskoboynikova and the Arianna String Quartet

    Brian Woods, Music Director at the World Chess Hall of Fame, and two members of the Arianna String Quartet, Kurt Baldwin and Joanna Mendoza, talk about the December 7 concert featuring ASQ and pianist Alla Voskoboynikova peforming music of Felix Mendelssohn, Maurice Ravel, and Dmitri Shostakovich. For more information and tickets, click HERE. Classic 107.3…

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  • Prokofiev vs. Oistrakh at the World Chess Hall of Fame

    Prokofiev vs. Oistrakh at the World Chess Hall of Fame

    Hear from Brian Woods, Music Director at the World Chess Hall of Fame, and Hannah Ji, the Assistant Concertmaster for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, about their November 2 concert that celebrates the friendship and chess rivalry of composer Sergei Prokofiev and violinist David Oistrakh! For more information and tickets, visit worldchesshof.org Classic 107.3 ·…

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  • Celebrating 150 Years of Rachmaninoff at WCHOF

    Celebrating 150 Years of Rachmaninoff at WCHOF

    Brian Woods, Music Director of the World Chess Hall of Fame, and Bjorn Ranheim, cellist for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, talk about their September 19th concert performing the music of Sergei Rachmaninoff. For more information and tickets, visit worldchesshof.org Classic 107.3 · Celebrating 60 Years with St. Louis Classical Guitar

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  • Modern Native American Art at SLAM

    Modern Native American Art at SLAM

    Hear from Alexander Brier Marr, the associate curator of Native American Art, about “Action/Abstraction Redefined: Modern Native Art, 1940s–1970s”, the first exhibition at the Saint Louis Art Museum to focus on modern Native American art, and related events. The exhibition runs through September 3rd.

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