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Variety and quality mark both seasons
Baritone Christopher Magiera's Sharpless was a highlight
￼Live opera and classical music don’t end with Memorial Day in St. Louis. The annual Opera Theatre of St. Louis festival season is a strictly warm-weather event; Union Avenue Opera takes…
'This was not about cuts. This was about reconception'
Picnics in the gardens, intimate opera return
These days, vocal specialty comes first.
Pianist Julie Gunn is an outstanding accompanist.
It was a production blessed in its tenors
Violinist Augustin Hadelich played brilliantly
The collaboration will take them to Nebraska
Tuneful 'Flying Dutchman' closes the SLSO's subscription season
Soprano Christine Brewer was the guest adjudicator
You'll believe a car can fly.
The Bach Society joins with other area musical organizations and churches
Pianist Nikolai Lugansky makes a terrific debut with Rach 3
The Finnish violinist-conductor returns to the SLSO next weekend
The program ranged from the Renaissance to today
This weekend's concerts are jazzy, in the best possible way
The program offered different settings of four liturgical texts
John Adams composed some brilliant music.
They'll take Adams' 'The Gospel According to the Other Mary' to Carnegie Hall
Concerts range from solo recitals to a complete Wagner opera
Pianist Steven Osborne offers elegant Beethoven
Richard Strauss' 'Alpine Symphony' and Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 1 are on the program
The title refers to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron
From time to time, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra temporarily transforms itself into a Baroque band. When it does, the switch calls for a change both in style and the numbers of players. A…
Laura Frank will take the reins in June
'Singin' in the Rain' is a tribute to Debbie Reynolds
Sir Andrew Davis makes a strong case for 'Belshazzar's Feast'
Staff, musicians and audiences all found it a success
The prize 'recognizes extraordinary artistic potential in early-career artists'