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Concert review: The Districts (with Cold Hearted Strangers) play from the heart at Off Broadway, Saturday, March 29
When I watched the Districts perform on Saturday night at Off Broadway, I noticed two things about the young folk-rock band: they are passionate about their music and they are great performers.
Concert review: Real Estate drifts through a sold-out night at the Firebird, Friday, March 28
Sometimes there just is not much to say about a show. Real Estate's sold out Firebird show last night sacrificed engaging musicality for mellow vibrations. The decision was not terrible. It all seemed like a mirage conjured up by the…
Karita Mattila
The OnMusic Dictionary (at dictionary.onmusic.org) defines attacca as "a musical directive for the performer to begin the next movement (or section) of a composition immediately and without pause." Lately the symphony has been experimenting with playing compositions by different composers…
Album review: On 'Ledges' Noah Gundersen crafts a heartfelt album of heartbreak
Noah Gundersen "Ledges" Dualtone "Stone-cold broke in the middle of the winter, oh like a poor man's son" -- these are the raspy, passionate words that mark the beginning of Noah Gundersen's first full-length album, released February 11, 2014.
Concert review: A Swedish dance party to savor with Rebecca & Fiona at Europe Night Club, Friday, March 21
It was freezing, and the line for Rebecca & Fiona on Friday night was 20 deep. House music spilled out of Europe Night Club with the same intensity as the waiting women who jiggled out of their tops as they…
Gil Shaham
Highlighting this weekend's St. Louis Symphony concerts is a pair impressive performances of works written right here in the good old USA (including one premiered in St. Louis) by visitors from abroad: Erich Wolfgang Korngold's 1945 "Violin Concerto" and Dvoƙák's…
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