What did they do in the torch-lit hours of this far-ago time? They dreamed of music and art and their immortal souls, the same as we do. The only difference was that back then, it was actually quiet enough to fully contemplate these topics. We may not have the peace, but we still have the fruits of our forbears' labor, in the form of various manuscripts and pieces of music. Tonight, members of the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra present a program of Early European Music that represents this alien world. Performances begin at 7 p.m. in the Grigg Gallery at the Saint Louis Art Museum in Forest Park. Admission is free.
Fri., Sept. 22