Fighting for Peace
David Wilde The Cellist of Sarajevo
Hendrik Andriessen Pastorale
Dimitri Shostakovich Trio for two violins and piano
Valerie Coleman Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes
Robert Dick Look Out
John Williams Air and Simple Gifts
An hour long program with snacks and drinks in a fun venue!
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Bask in the beauty of sound with Yoga Buzz in the remarkable Grand Lobby of the Peabody Opera House. A beautiful duet of flute (Jennifer Gartley) and harp (Megan Stout) from Chamber Project St. Louis will be playing live music throughout an hour-long, all-levels yoga class (beginners welcome!). After class, enjoy a glass of wine and get a behind-the-scenes peek of the Peabody Opera House with a guided tour. Ticket price is a $35 donation which includes yoga, live music, wine and light snacks, and tour. Doors open at 6pm and class begins at 6:30pm. Street parking available.
A Word on Accessibility from Yoga Buzz
If there is ever any assistance you need in order to feel supported at one of our events, please reach out. If you would like to request an assistant, sign language interpreter, or other one-on-one support, please give us one week notice to try to line something up. If you have a caregiver or an assistant you'd like to bring with you, please let us know in advance.
If you have any specific needs, concerns, injuries, or limitations, please let us know either via email in advance, or connect with the teacher directly before the class begins. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessibility Notes for This Event
*Large event (100+)
Celebrating our 10th Anniversary with some of the music that got us started as a group!
And there will be cake, of course!
Rebecca Clarke Duo for Clarinet and Viola
Mark O’Connor Old Country Fairy Tale
Arnold Bax Elegiac Trio
Serge Prokofiev Quintet
Online ticket sales will end at 3:00pm the day of the concert. Tickets are available at the door cash/check/charge $20 general, $5 student.
Hearing the architecture of home.
A world premiere inspired by the Gateway Arch creates the framework for this program of sonic architectural masterpieces. Saxophonist Adrianne Honnold, founding member of Chamber Project, is featured on this program.
W.A. Mozart Flute Quartet in D Major
Zachary Cairns Passing Through (World Premiere)
Paul Hayden Cherubs on the Ceiling
Caroline Shaw In Manus Taus
Andrew Norman Light Screens
We've arranged an exclusive docent lead tour of the #1 in Civil Rights, the African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis exhibit at the Missouri History Museum in conjunction with our concert at the museum later in the week.
Follow the link below or call 314-401-0450