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Australian composers ruled on Sunday afternoon
Mrs. Brissenden loved music, birds and animals, and supported them.
The Choir's centenary recording of Lessons and Carols is now available
It's a beloved score, but there are some issues with presenting it as a stand-alone
The conductor, with a broken foot, needed a scooter to enter and exit the stage
The choir's use of candlelight and shadow provides an atmosphere of mystery
Violinist Gil Shaham, Denève and the SLSO play well together
Scott Loebl's sets helped make the production.
There was some delightful Haydn to start things off
Samuel Barber's lovely Adagio for Strings started the program off
Harvey Lockhart 'is one of the most remarkable teachers I've ever known,' says SLSO associate principal clarinet Diana Haskell
Violinist Karen Gomyo continues to impress.
They come with food and drink tastings and a casual atmosphere
Principal oboe Jelena Dirks takes the spotlight.
You can still sip a beverage as you listen to live music
Melissa Dunphy's world-premiere 'Waves of Gallipoli' was moving, beautiful
Pianist Joyce Yang gave a near-perfect performance of the Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No. 3
Mahler's "Resurrection" is a masterpiece.
Mezzo-soprano Kelley O'Connor is ill, and unable to travel
Stéphane Denève and John Williams will share the podium
Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet, the orchestra's new artist-in-residence, made his first appearance of the season
Innovations this season include everything from lower ticket prices to the orchestra's first-ever artist-in-residence
Former members of the McDonald’s All-American High School Band will gather in St. Louis to make music again
There's a stunning array of musical offerings coming up this autumn
It's well-sung and well-acted, but sometimes hard to watch
In the recording, Robertson says, the SLSO's players both stood out and fused with the jazz band.
Union Avenue Opera's final production of the season looks at the life of America's longest-held P.O.W.
Artistic director and cellist Sara Sitzer says the festival has a great lineup this year
From free classical guitar lessons to scholarship opportunities, classical music organizations have strengthened their efforts
It's a strong pair of appointments
You can hear why they call it the 'King of Instruments'