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Concert review: Christy Simmons' 'A Woman of a Certain Age' recalls a bygone era in style, Sunday, November 29
Christy Simmons debuted her cabaret show “A Woman of a Certain Age” on November 29th at the Boom Boom Room, the downtown burlesque venue that recently opened to rave reviews…
Violinist Jack Liebeck
Old and new, borrowed and blue--all the elements are there in the St. Louis Symphony's evening of Brett Dean's "Lost Art of Letter Writing" and Brahms' "Symphony No. 1".
Soprano Christine Goerke
Music history is full of surprises. This past weekend the St. Louis Symphony juxtaposed the “Six Pieces for Orchestra” by Anton Webern (1883-1945) with the “Four Last Songs” of Richard…
Nicholas McGegan
The Classical period in music, which can very roughly be said to have spanned the 18th century—and arguably ended with the French Revolution in 1789—was a time that seemed to…
Concert review: Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis offers surprising diversity Sunday, November 1
Currently in only its fourth season, the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis has already emerged as one of the most significant new voices in the St. Louis arts scene. Since…
Concert review and set list: Chris Robinson Brotherhood brings cosmic grooves to Old Rock House on Thursday, October 1
After four years together, Black Crowes front man Chris Robinson's "second act" may actually have become stronger than his first.
Concert review: ZZ Ward shows charm and swagger at the Pageant, Tuesday, September 29
As thousands of fans descended upon the Scottrade Center to see reigning queen of pop Taylor Swift Tuesday night, across town at the Pageant, a different kind of diva took…
Giant Monsters on the Horizon
Spanning the decades and musical genres, the annual secret concert series An Under Cover Weekend raised the bar yet again and brought out the best in local musicians over three…
Concert review: Denny Laine on point at the Focal Point, Friday, September 4
Denny Laine holds a unique place in rock 'n' roll history. He's got footnote written all over him. This is something that happens to a lot of fine musicians whose…
Festival review: LouFest 2015 offers connections and disconnections in Forest Park, September 12 and 13
Let us not beat around cardinal-shaped bushes: LouFest 2015 did little to galvanize anything but a dilettante's hope for next year.
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