Jacob Lassetter, Associate Professor of Voice at Webster University, makes his Saint Louis recital debut with an exciting and diverse program accompanied by Nancy Mayo, piano. Exploring both opera and art song, the recital features a variety of composers, styles, and languages. Experience the emotional depth of Johannes Brahms, the subtle nuance of Jacques Ibert, and the stunning power of Giuseppe Verdi. FREEhttp://events.webster.edu/event/faculty_recital_jacob_lassetter_baritone
Organist Andrew Peters plays a varied program of American composers on the church’s Schantz pipe organ. Music includes works of Dudley Buck, Aaron Copland, Emma Lou Diemer, Charles Ives, Libby Larsen, and more. A screen placed in the front of the Sanctuary will enable the audience to watch the organists’ hands and feet. Freehttp://www.secondchurch.net
w/ Altered Perceptions, My Heart To Fear $10-$12
Join us for a monthly Bluegrass Jam at The Stage! Players of all levels are invited to join Folk School instructors and students for this monthly jam at The Stage @ KDHX. Enjoy drink specials and snacks from Magnolia Cafe while you play your favorite Bluegrass tunes. Freehttp://kdhx.ticketfly.com/event/1397065-folk-school-bluegrass-jam-st-louis/
Capturing the spirit of Paris at the turn of the century, this concert will present chamber music works of Claude Debussy, Jules Massenet, Maurice Ravel, and Erik Satie. Featured performers include Department of Music faculty Kelly Daniel-Decker, soprano; Megan Stout, harp; and Vincent Varvel, guitar; along with a string quartet. This program is a collaboration with the Department of Music in Arts & Sciences. 0http://www.kemperartmuseum.wustl.edu/events/concerts/11735
The Chamber Music Society St. Louis bring a lovely collection of sonatas for harp, violin, piano and cello, by Rosetti, Bach and Beethoven. Concerts performed cabaret-style in the Sheldon Ballroom. 38http://chambermusicstl.org/
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