The Sheldon Chorale remembers Papa.We praise thee, we magnify thee, we adore thee, we glorify thee. Throwdown at the Chorale, OK?
Chamber music gets a makeover
B-Sides takes a pull of Earthworms' Burbon and rocks out to...Tetris?
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 opens 2007 with an outrageous updating of a Gilbert & Sullivan classic.
Jermaine Smith once laughed at the notion of a black opera singer. Now the UMSL gradís at the top of the profession.
Opera Theatre's Beauty and the Beast is built to thrill
Well, it's the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra's birthday, too!
The Opera Theatre mounts a captivating Abduction
Despite financial jeopardy, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra puts on a game face for the start of its 122nd season
Taking on the classic Georges Bizet tragedy is another step in Union Avenue Opera Theatre's ongoing success story
Opera Theatre of St. Louis charts the course for the world premiere of a Lindbergh opera
With its fireworks and fanfare, Opera Theatre's Hippolytus and Aricia is a worthy and wonderful season finale
Opera Theatre's take on Offenbach's light comedy The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein is joyful and sure-handed
Opera Theatre opens its season with La Bohème and enchants an evening.
Composer Philip Glass and timpanist Jonathan Haas move the kettledrums to the front of the Powell Hall stage
The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra goes off the air
"Great music, no red ink" is the new refrain of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
Radamisto, Opera Theatre of St. Louis
Opera Theatre of St. Louis
Music by Giacomo Puccini, libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa (Union Avenue Opera Theatre)
By Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte (Union Avenue Opera Theatre)
By Minoru Miki; libretto by Colin Graham, adapted from the novel by Lady Murasaki Shikibu (Opera Theatre of St. Louis)
Scott Joplin receives a celebratory homecoming with Opera Theatre of St. Louis' revival of Treemonisha
The St. Louis Symphony puts a cast of (seeming) thousands onstage for its production of Carmina Burana
A great orchestra at great risk, the SLSO seeks major donors to close the endowment gap between their $28 million and the $100 million of their competitors
Music by Benjamin Britten, libretto by Eric Crozier (Washington University Opera)
A-pickin' and a-grinnin' over a new musical discovery
Composer John Adams airs his "Naive and Sentimental Music" at Powell Hall
Mark Deutsch is the world's best -- and only -- player of the bazantar
Risk-taking composer John Adams conducts the St. Louis Symphony
25 Years (Nonesuch)