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Concert review: In San Francisco, a multi-media visualization of Beethoven stirs passion
Opening night of Michael Tilson Thomas's remarkable "visualization" of Beethoven's towering "Missa Solemnis" with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, soloists, and the Pacific Boychoir last weekend (June 11-13, 2015) stirred up some real passion among us members of…
Terence Blanchard at Jazz at the Bistro
Last fall, Jazz St. Louis debuted the Ferring Jazz Bistro in the new Dorothy & Harold Steward Center for Jazz and has since welcomed 17 of the genre's finest to four night stays on their updated new stage.
Nadine at Twangfest 19
There was something different in the air Friday night at Twangfest 19 with Nadine, Lydia Loveless and the Trio Project. A sense of reunion, mourning and celebration occupied the crowd in the cool mugginess on St. Louis' south side.
Album review: Dawes makes a bid to join 'All Your Favorite Bands'
Dawes "All Your Favorite Bands" HUB For its fourth album, Dawes continues to evolve, showing off some competent adaptations. But the total creature doesn't quite beat out natural selection.
Album review: Welcome to Florence + the Machine's new sound on 'How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful'
Florence + the Machine "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful" Island Florence Welch and her Machine swept onto the indie-pop scene with "Lungs," their critically-acclaimed debut album. Her songs ruminated on myth, love, and insanity, then soared their way into…
Concert review: The Decemberists flood Peabody Opera House with sights and sounds, Saturday, May 30
The Decemberists have always added a campy flair to their antiquated compositions. Lead singer-songwriter Colin Meloy's verses are swathed in purple descriptions of harlots, gestating cherubs and other lore-ish humanoid creatures that seemed even less human at Peabody Opera House…
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