Chamber Project ON TAP
Apr
26
7:30 pm19:30

Chamber Project ON TAP

  • The Schlafly Tap Room

Advance sales have ended. Tickets are available at the door. Cash, check or charge.

Beverages available all evening in the Club Room.
Enjoy dinner downstairs before or after the concert.

$12 in advance
$15 at the door
$5 student 

ROPARTZ    Prelude, Marine, et Chansons
FAURE         Elegie
RAVEL          Introduction, Prelude and Allegro
GOLIJOV      Lullaby and Doina
WOEHR        Gypsy Suite

 
WANDER @ The Chapel Venue
Apr
23
8:00 pm20:00

WANDER @ The Chapel Venue

  • THE CHAPEL VENUE
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Tickets include two beverages.
$15 in advance
$18 at the door
$5 student

ROPARTZ      Prelude, Marine, et Chansons
FAURE           Elegie
RAVEL           Introduction, Prelude and Allegro
GOLIJOV       Lullaby and Doina
WOEHR       Gypsy Suite

Open Composition Reading Session
Feb
2
8:00 pm20:00

Open Composition Reading Session

  • The Dark Room

Submit scores and parts for a flute, clarinet, cello trio to stlftcc@gmail.com

 

Open to the public, come on out and enjoy a glass of wine and a curated photography exhibit while you listen.

 

PLAY @ The 560 Music Center
Nov
21
8:00 pm20:00

PLAY @ The 560 Music Center

  • 560 MUSIC CENTER
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560 Trinity Avenue on Delmar. 
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Tickets include two beverages AND CAKE!
$18 at the door
$5 students

STARK        Chamber Etudes
MOZART    Quintet in Eb Major, K 452
POULENC   Sextet for Winds and Piano

 

Tickets include two drinks (beer, wine, soda) with purchase.

Students: $5
General Admission: $15 adv/$18 door

This concert is co-sponsored by the Department of Music at Washington University in St. Louis with funding from the Regional Arts Commission. 

Very Open Rehearsal @ The Tavern of Fine Arts
Nov
10
7:30 pm19:30

Very Open Rehearsal @ The Tavern of Fine Arts

  • The Tavern of Fine Arts

We are thrilled to present our first commissioned work by composer Christopher Stark! During this Very Open Rehearsal you will not just witness what it's like for musicians to learn a brand new piece of music with the composer present, you will get to be a part of the process! Questions are encouraged as you enjoy a drink during this intimate event. 

FREE

DANCE @ The 560 Music Center
Oct
2
7:00 pm19:00

DANCE @ The 560 Music Center

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Cortango Orquesta, a tango ensemble with a symphonic twist, is a concert and dance band featuring members of the Saint Louis Symphony. Founded and led by Cally Banham, Cortango specializes in popular classics from the beloved orchestra leaders of Tango's golden era. Cortango is named for the "Cor anglais", or "English horn" - the atypical instrument in this ensemble. Joining Cortango for this performance will be members of Chamber Project St. Louis, and the breathtakingly beautiful professional Tango dance duo of Daniela Roig and Hernan Prieto, from Buenos Aires.
 

Enjoy just the concert, or the entire lineup of events. Tickets include two drinks, beer, wine, soda.
$20 - open seating
$10 - student

7:00-7:45 Free Beginner Tango Lessons
8:00 Concert featuring professional Tango dancers Daniela & Harnan
9:30 Milonga with DJ Hernan. Stay to dance or to watch.  

 

Cally Banham, cor anglais
Asako Kuboki, violin
Adam Maness, piano, guitar, accordion
Dave DeRiso, double bass
Jennifer Gartley, flute
Dana Hotle, clarinet
Laura Reycraft, viola
Antonio Innaimo, cello

And the dance duo Daniela Roig and Hernan Prieto.

 

SPARK @ Crave Coffee House
Sep
11
8:00 pm20:00

SPARK @ Crave Coffee House

  • Crave Coffee House

 

 

Advance sales have closed.
Tickets available at the door. 
$15 at the door
$5 students

HAYDN                London Trio No. 1
SAINT-SAENS     Fantasies for Violin and Harp
VILLA LOBOS     Choros Bis
JL ADAMS           Make Prayers to the Raven
ROMANEIRO       Sunburst

Kyle Lombard, violin
Jane Price, violin
Antonio Innaimo, cello
Jennifer Gartley, flute
Megan Stout, harp
Jeffrey Barudin, percussion

You will also learn more about Safe Connections and their work in St. Louis to fight domestic violence.

The concert is funded in part by the Regional Arts Commission.