St. Louis will continue to be graced by the presence of world-class music director David Robertson through the St. Louis Symphony's 2017-2018 season, according to a press release sent out by the organization today. The revered conductor began his run with the SLSO in 2005.
The St. Louis Symphony made an appearance at Carnegie Hall this past weekend, performing Benjamin Britten's Peter Grimes on what would have been the composer's 100th birthday. Critical acclaimed followed an extended standing ovation upon the close of the performance, with the New York Times calling ... More >>
Grand finale: He didn't live to see the world premiere, but Colin Graham's Anna Karenina is a fitting culmination to a stellar opera career.
Opera Theatre doesn't get any better than this
Week of June 15, 2005
Opera Theatre of St. Louis premieres a homegrown epiphany, Loss of Eden
Music by Benjamin Britten, libretto by Eric Crozier (Washington University Opera)
Hightlights from RFT's "Calendar"