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Halls makes an auspicious debut
How often do you get to hear a living legend onstage?
The money will help support new works this season
The program included a major world premiere
He's Juilliard's new director of conducting studies
Putting 'Chichester Psalms' with 'Carmina burana' is a win.
One sick soloist; one healthy replacement
'Carmina burana' is paired with 'Chichester Psalms'
Duo pianists Christina and Michelle Naughton show off their chops
There will be three women on the podium next season, a first
'American' won six Oscars
The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra celebrates its home
Violinist Augustin Hadelich is spectacular
It was Robertson's final NYE as music director
The mayor of St. Charles gives the choir the key to the city
Mrs. Sayad was a seventh-generation Missourian, and well-informed on the early history of the region.
Brian Owens will step in for her
Funds help support outreach programs
It’s a Christmas concert, but don’t expect to hear “Jingle Bells.”
It was another all-Baroque program by the SLSO
The Bach Society released a new Christmas CD last week. Called “Joy to the World: Christmas with the Bach Society of St. Louis,” it was recorded live with the Bach Society Chorus and Orc…
A great cast lack the production they deserve
Horns Jöstlein and Dwyer nailed their concerto.
Composed in 1992, Lucian Dressel's "A Visit From St. Nicholas" has new life
'I'm going from the second-oldest orchestra in the country to the first.'
Violinist Karen Gomyo is dazzling.
The solo quartet was exceptionally well-matched
Barnes continues to champion women composers
They're fine soloists as well as a well-tuned ensemble
Baritone John Stephens is a standout.
Marc-André Hamelin is impressive in the Ravel Piano Concerto in G major