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Concert review: Santah and Desert Noises have an off night at Off Broadway, Thursday, March 19
My partner and I shrugged off Thursday night's dew with the drag of seasoned Midwesterners. The drizzle that flecked our heads mattered little as Off Broadway's familiar vestibule came within sight sooner than we had hoped. As the day slinked…
Festival Review: Spoon looms large, King Tuff gets magical and Leon Bridges brings back a golden era at SXSW 2015
As far as music festivals go, SXSW in Austin, Texas still reigns supreme. The entire event not only covers music but also film and interactive media, making it a hot-spot for startups, tech gurus and film buffs. But the music…
Kneebody at the Ferring Jazz Bistro
Though they're nearing 15 years as a band, the members of Kneebody are largely regarded as youngsters in the world of jazz for their wildly innovative approach to music.
Vadim Repin
Two of the three works on this past weekend's St. Louis Symphony Orchestra concerts (the ones that aren't by James MacMillan) will also be on the bill when the orchestra performs in Carnegie Hall on Friday, March 20th. If what…
David Robertson
The schedule at Powell Hall was packed this weekend, with David Robertson and the St. Louis Symphony playing a Whitaker Foundation "Music You Know" concert on Friday and a pair of regular subscription concerts on Saturday and Sunday.
Soprano Christine Brewer
Few composers have generated as much fascination as Richard Wagner (1820-1883)--or as much controversy. Even today his music continues to impact film scores, writers and visionaries.
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