• Juan Carmona brings Flamenco Flair to Blue Strawberry

    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 – at 5pm and 8pm – that will turn the intimate venue into an Andalusian…

    Read More

  • Music Fit for a King at Cathedral Concerts

    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 information and tickets, click here. Classic 107.3 · Music Fit for a King at Cathedral…

    Read More

  • Pianos for People Celebrates 10 Years

    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 with Matt Brinkman, the Executive Director of Pianos for People, and Patricia Eastman, one of…

    Read More

  • Darkness to Light with Dobrinka

    Darkness to Light with Dobrinka

    The first concert of the season from the Saint Louis Chamber Chorus, Darkness to Light, features a Missa Brevis from Grammy-nominated composer Dobrinka Tabakova. Dobrinka visited the Classic 107.3 studios, along with Chamber Chorus member Orin Johnson, to talk about her work and the collaboration with Philip Barnes and the Saint Louis Chamber Chorus. Learn…

    Read More

  • Whiteley on Sondheim

    Whiteley on Sondheim

    Conductor Ben Whiteley talks with Classic 107.3 morning host Gavriel Savit about “A Little Sondheim Music: The Muny and SLSO Celebrate the Music and Lyrics of Stephen Sondheim”, which happens Sunday, October 2nd at 3pm. For more information and tickets, visit slso.org. (embed audio file) From the SLSO website: Ben Whiteley, conductor       …

    Read More

  • Paging Mr. Sondheim

    Paging Mr. Sondheim

    Making a special appearance with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra this weekend, Broadway legend Ken Page shares his thoughts on Stephen Sondheim’s musical legacy. For more information about “A Little Sondheim Music: The Muny and SLSO Celebrate the Music and Lyrics of Stephen Sondheim”, which takes place Sunday, October 2nd at 3pm, visit slso.org. (embed audio file) A…

    Read More

  • Woman of Haiti – Composer Nathalie Joachim

    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 work. From the SLSO website: JACQUES IBERT EscalesNATHALIE JOACHIM Fanm d’Ayiti (Women of Haiti)ANTONÍN DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 8 Celebrate Opening Weekend…

    Read More

  • Bienvenue! Stéphane and the SLSO in Forest Park

    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 in Forest Park that takes place September 14th at 7pm. For more information about the…

    Read More

  • All-American Fun on September 4!

    All-American Fun on September 4!

    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 of the soloists you can expect to hear at the concert this Sunday, September 4th at…

    Read More

  • The Ringmaster… David Kaplan from Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis

    The Ringmaster… David Kaplan from Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis

    Director David Kaplan shares how the vision for the  7th Annual Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis production of “The Rose Tattoo” came to be and what realizing that vision has meant to him. From the festival website: The Rose Tattoo is a tale of love, death, and resilience in a downtrodden but hopeful 1940’s immigrant…

    Read More