St. Louis Symphony
Charlie Brennan – Thursday, April 24th – Comedian Martin Short; Maestro Leonard Slatkin; Dan McLaughlin
Comedian Martin Short; Maestro Leonard Slatkin; Cards Broadcaster Dan McLaughlin; Dr. Fred Fausz; Mary Ella Gabler; Jan Herman on his book, “The Lucky Few”; Jack Cheevers, author of “Act of War: Lyndon Johnson, North Korea and the Capture of the Spy Ship ‘Pueblo'”, and St. Louisan and Navy Lt. Skip Schumacher, an officer aboard the ‘Pueblo’, who spent 11 months in North Korea.
David Robertson has signed a contract extension that will keep him in St. Louis through the 2017-2018 concert season.
Today, his former high school band teacher remembers Andrew Thompson, whose dream of playing for the St. Louis Symphony was realized, only for a short time…
Both the St Louis and Boston Symphony Orchestras are baseball lovers. To be more exact–Boston’s loves the Red Sox and St Louis’ loves the Cardinals.
CEO Fred Bronstein says this is the fifth year of the symphony’s “Building Our Business” initiative and it’s working out well.
Schedule for 2013-2014 season
Its the unofficial start to the 2012-2013 season, this Wednesday the St. Louis Symphony will play a free concert in Forest Park.
The new agreement will provide five years of labor stability for the St. Louis Symphony.
The IN UNISON Chorus performs in A Gospel Christmas Dec. 8.
Charlie talks baseball with NY Times Sports Columnist Mike Vaccaro, STL Cardinals Broadcaster John Rooney, the Voice of the Washington Nationals Bob Carpenter, ESPN Radio Talk Show Host Randy Galloway, St. Louisan Mary Duggan Leahy who now lives in Dallas, Charlie Gitto of Charlie Gitto’s Restaurant about Downtown baseball business, and Fred Bronstein of the STL Symphony about an upcoming Halloween concert.