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Union Avenue Opera's production is the company's first foray into Broadway
On playing a human bulldozer — hilariously
The concert will be led by resident conductor Gemma New
The evening showed the excellence of OTSL's young artist programs
The members of the young artist program step out
A commitment to art brought Phoebe Dent Weil and Mark Steinberg Weil together. Their mutual love of the beautiful and historic led them to build the collection of prints, drawings and sculpt…
It's his second win, out of seven nominations
The singing is uniformly excellent
A distinguished French conductor will take over from David Robertson
There are some big stars and new works coming
Philip Glass’ opera “The Trial,” which received its North American premiere at Opera Theatre of St. Louis on Sunday night, has almost everything it needs to be a big success: one of th…
Opera Theatre's fourth production is Stephen Lord's last as music director
Three have new hires and promotions
The large cast is uniformly good
OTSL gives the North American premiere of the 2014 work
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