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Each 20-minute opera was to answer the question posed by OTSL general director Andrew Jorgensen: “How are you feeling about the world?”
For Opera Theatre of St. Louis, a silver lining in the pandemic cloud includes “Highway 1, U.S.A.” by William Grant Still, the “dean” of African American composers.
Opera Theater St. Louis begins its outdoor festival season with Giacomo Puccini’s “Gianni Schicchi,” a lighthearted one-act comic opera.
In the fall, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra will expand the number of musicians onstage to perform full orchestra repertoire, Stéphane Denève said.
As SLSO’s 13th music director, Denève has attracted top artists, including his appointment of 10 musicians to the orchestra and the selection of Stephanie Childress as assistant conducto…
A year after the pandemic closed concert halls, live opera returns this weekend.
The initial six concerts, filmed in high-definition at Powell Hall, are available through the SLSO’s website, with the first available for free through Feb. 27.
Opera Theatre of St. Louis has launched a program designed to cultivate future leaders in arts administration who come from historically underrepresented backgrounds, particularly those who …
Childress succeeds former resident conductor Gemma New, who held the position from 2016 through May 2020.
“It was an immense joy to be back at my musical home in St. Louis and to make music with the incredibly talented musicians of the SLSO this month,” Denève said of the October concerts a…
"Symphony Reboot" concert at Frontier Park in St. Charles featured homegrown Grammy winners Christine Brewer and Leonard Slatkin.
The riveting production Friday at Chaminade's Viragh Center highlighted some forward-looking aspects of a rarely sung masterpiece.
The concert featured Anton Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7 in E major
With no fewer than nine high C's from tenor Issac Frishman, the performance was musically exhilarating, visually vibrant and comically moving.
This is the opera company's third production of the classic since its founding in 1995.
This weekend at Powell Hall, music director designate Stéphane Denève and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra conclude what Denève has called his “engagement season” with the orchestra. …