Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene
Performed December 18 (sold out), 20 and 21 at the Heagney Theatre at Nerinx Hall High School, 530 East Lockwood Avenue, Webster Groves.
To my knowledge, the slew of vocalists which accompanied the Trans-Siberian Orchestra last evening never sang the word "Jesus." The concert did not feature a denouncement of Santa or the formation of a manger in laser lights on the Scottrade Center's roof. Yet the event felt an awful lot like the ... More >>
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky understood drama. The world loves a dramatic finish. And yet it's only Tchaikovsky who conceived of a way to end a musical performance not just with a bang, but with a series of bangs.
Damn you Internet. For the second time in two days, you've brought me a video that makes me want to cry. Yesterday it was Susan Boyle, the Scottish woman who looked like a lamb to the slaughter on Britain's Got Talent, but whose gorgeous voice poleaxed Simon Cowell and restored my faith that sometim ... More >>
The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra (SLSO) got all interactive on patrons at its first-ever "Town Hall Meeting" Tuesday evening at Powell Hall. With HEC-TV broadcasting live, music director David Robertson and president Fred Bronstein breezed through an hour-long Power Point presentation of the quirk ... More >>
More than just beauty sleep
Do you really want to disappoint the brass?
Dennis Brown and Paul Friswold suss out the local theater scene.
Dennis Brown and Deanna Jent suss out local theater
The marionettes break out the classics
The Great Russian Nutcracker comes to town
Rockets' red glare and a concert
The Whitaker Music Festival
With Far Away and Miss Jean Brodie, SLU and Webster students make the grade
Russian opera chills
Chen Kaige extols the power of music in a time of change
Givin' mad hops to Lift for Life
Despite financial jeopardy, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra puts on a game face for the start of its 122nd season
A local Civil War re-enactor brings out the big gun for the 1812 Overture
The eighth annual Noelathon welcomes holiday revelers with an ear for good music
Triumphant Nutcracker and Cinderella leap and bound
Compton Heights Concert Band
Choreographed by John Cranko, music by Peter Tchaikovsky, arranged and orchestrated by Kurt-Heinz Stolze. Stuttgart Ballet (Dance St. Louis)