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Monday, 10 August 2015 00:00

Barbara Harbach: Musical variety

Barbara Harbach is a harpsichordist, organist, composer and teacher who has served for many years as professor of music at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

Published in St. Louis Music Notes
Monday, 25 May 2015 00:00

Malcolm Frager: Prize-winning pianist

Born in St. Louis in 1935, Malcolm Frager took up the piano at an early age, moving to New York at age 14 for six years of study, eventually attending Columbia University.

Published in St. Louis Music Notes
Monday, 27 April 2015 00:00

Harry Lookofsky: Mr. Versatile

Harry Lookofsky was born in Kentucky in 1913 and began studying violin at age 8, moving to St. Louis to receive his formal training.

Published in St. Louis Music Notes

The partnership between KDHX and New Music Circle brought the duo of Matthew Shipp and Michael Bisio to the Stage at KDHX on Saturday evening.

Published in Music News
Monday, 16 March 2015 01:00

Geeta Novotny: Woman of many talents

Singer, actress and writer Geeta Novotny was born in St. Louis and began studying music at age 4. By age 16, Novotny was studying with a voice professor at Carnegie Mellon University; she graduated in 1998.

Published in St. Louis Music Notes

Joe’s Cafe played host to experimental jazz on Saturday night, thanks to the New Music Circle.

Published in Music News

Returning to St. Louis, folk-pop duo Lily and Madeline played an intimate set at Off Broadway on Thursday night with cellist Shannon Hayden.

Published in Music News

Folk pop duo Lily and Madeleine took the stage of the Firebird on Wednesday night to an intimate crowd, marking the start of their tour with Shannon Hayden.

Published in Music News

Although both Jean Sibelius and Dmitry Shostakovich are both products of the early and mid-20th century, many differences separate the two. Sibelius was more oriented towards traditional harmony and melody, whereas Shostakovich tilted at times to the atonality and abruptness that eventually became a tradition of its own by the end of the 20th century, and perhaps a trite one at that.

Published in Reviews

Jason Kao Hwang's most recent release is an eclectic collage of jazz, classical and Chinese music that sets aflame the traditional structure of the common jazz record. Let us indulge and joyously incinerate with "Burning Bridge."

Published in Music News
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