Listen to Charlie Brennan this week for your chance to call in and win a pair of tickets to the St. Louis Symphony. Music Director David Robertson and the STL Symphony bring the year to […]
St. Louis is a surprising hotbed of circus artistry, with missions that range from patiently teaching beginners how to cling to a trapeze to staging a full-blown, three-ring circus
It’s time to think about where to get your annual fix of live music for the holiday season. Whether you’re looking for a rock concert, a classical orchestra, choral groups or a rock opera, you will find it in the Lou this holiday season.
Whether your musical tastes lean toward symphonic concerts or smaller ensembles, lovers of great classical music will find plenty to satisfy their musical cravings in St. Louis.
The new agreement will provide five years of labor stability for the St. Louis Symphony.
Charlie talks about the life of City Museum Creator Bob Cassilly who dies unexpectedly yesterday. Also, Charlie interviews one of the world’s best violinists, Itzhak Perlman, who will be appearing at Powell Hall this Sat., Oct. 1.
Here interviews from Cardinals Broadcaster John Rooney, Missouri State Auditor Tom Schweich, and Eric Ochsner.
“They can expect quite a range of different genres of music,” Idina Menzel said.