St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
The New York Times called the Carnegie performance “inherently colorful,” and that “the ensemble produced a beautifully polished, enveloping sound.”
Charlie talks with U.S. Cong. Todd Akin about Sen. Danforth’s endorsement of Thomas Schweich as GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in Missouri; with Mo. State Rep Wanda Brown about gun legislation; with Financial Adviser Al Goldman about the possiblity of the U.S. bombing Iran and stock market effects; and with Fred Bronstein, Pres. &CEO of the STL Symphony Orchestra, about the Symphoney’s performance at Carnegie Hall.
President and C.E.O. Fred Bronstein says expect many favorites;
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.
Gary Huelsman of Catholic Social Services explains the Church’s position on no foster children for same-sex civil union couples…Ruth Ehresman of the Mo. Budget Project on state money moving from disabled/elderly to the St. Louis-China cargo hub…STL Cardinals Broadcaster Mike Shannon…SLSO President/CEO Fred Bronstein and Cellist Bjorn Ranheim on the 2011-2012 Symphony season…and, Sgt. Jason Grellner on high pseudoephredrine sales in Fenton, MO, where there is no prescription laws and methamphetamine epidemic is still rampant.
Charlie talks with U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, Ken Warren, Dave Robertson, Fred Bronstein of StL Symphony Orchestra, Mike Doyle of WBT Radio in Charlotte, NC, Mike Shannon, Edward Yeranian from Cairo, Egypt, and Phil Brooks.