• Singing Sondheim at Blue Strawberry

    Singing Sondheim at Blue Strawberry

    Broadway star Melissa Errico talks about making her debut in St. Louis with the music of Stephen Sondheim… one of her dear friends and mentors. Her new album, “Sondheim in the City” is out now, and she’ll be performing at Blue Strawberry on April 26 and 27. For more information and tickets, visit https://bluestrawberrystl.com Classic…

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  • Making Dreams Come True at the Juggling Ball

    Making Dreams Come True at the Juggling Ball

    Executive and Artistic Director of Circus Harmony, Jessica Hentoff, talks about the organization’s annual Juggling Ball and the mission of Circus Harmony. For more information and tickets, visit https://circusharmony.org/ Classic 107.3 · Making Dreams Come True at the Juggling Ball

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  • 2024 St. Louis Bach Festival

    2024 St. Louis Bach Festival

    The Bach Society of Saint Louis is calling music lovers near and far, let’s come together and celebrate the extraordinary legacy of J.S. Bach! The 2024 St. Louis Bach Festival unites our community through the universal language of music. No matter your age or background, there’s something for you to enjoy – from the Community…

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  • Great Artists Series: Alex Stefaniak on “Shape-Shifting” Pianist Joyce Yang

    Great Artists Series: Alex Stefaniak on “Shape-Shifting” Pianist Joyce Yang

    Grammy-nominated pianist Joyce Yang performs on March 24 as part of the Washington University Department of Music Great Artists Series. Hear from Associate Professor of Musicology, Alex Stefaniak, who will deliver the pre-concert talk “The Shape-Shifting Pianist: The Art and Virtuosity of the Transcription”, about the role that piano transcription has played in music history…

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  • The Emperor of All Concertos with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    The Emperor of All Concertos with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Music Director Stéphane Denève talks about the March 22 and 23 performances with the SLSO, featuring pianist Tom Borrow peforming Ludwig van Beethoven’s Emperor Concerto, a commissioned work by Julia Wolfe called “Pretty”, and the Beatrice and Benedict Overture by Hector Berlioz. For more information and tickets, visit https://shop.slso.org/7702/7738 Classic 107.3…

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  • Think you have what it takes to Beat Beethoven?

    Think you have what it takes to Beat Beethoven?

    April 21, 2024 Then mark your calendars for April 21, 2024! Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5 in C minor generally takes about 31-35 minutes to play, depending on the conductor and orchestra. A 5K is 3.10 miles. Our annual “Beat Beethoven 5K” is a fundraising event for Classic 107.3, the Voice for the Arts in St.…

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  • Uniting the Arts with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    Uniting the Arts with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Music Director Stéphane Denève talks about the March 16 and 17 performances with the SLSO and Big Muddy Dance Company, featuring music of Adam Schoenberg and Sergei Prokofiev. Learn why these concerts unite differnt art forms in very special ways! For more information and tickets, visit https://shop.slso.org/7701 Classic 107.3 · Uniting…

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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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  • Bringing Brahms X Radiohead to the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    Bringing Brahms X Radiohead to the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

    Conductor, composer, and producer Steve Hackman brings his orchestral fusion Brahms X Radiohead to St. Louis with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on February 24. Steve shares what motivated him to create Brahms X Radiohead, the first of many orchestral fusions he has conceived, what he hopes audiences will take away from this debut performance…

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  • 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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