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2017-2018 - SEASON 10

We celebrate our 10th Anniversary Season by celebrating the city we love.
Enjoy 7 unique programs which highlight the incredible artistry, creativity and community of St. Louis.

Tickets on sale now. Concert and commission sponsor opportunities available. Learn more here.


FAITH   l   9.8.17
The Missouri History Museum

We are honored to be presented by the Missouri History Museum as part of the #1 in Civil Rights, the African American Freedom Struggle in St. Louis exhibit. A new work by local composer Adam Maness remembers the landmark Dred Scott case that rocked the country. Baritone Robert McNichols, Jr. is featured on this program that explores FAITH from many persepcitves.


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BLUEPRINT   l   10.13.17& 10.14.17
The Chapel Venue

For two nights at The Chapel we welcome back founding member, saxophonist Adrianne
Honnold for this concert featuring a world premiere inspired by the Gateway Arch by local composer Zachary Cairns. The music of Mozart exemplifies the best architecture
sound has ever seen. Caroline Shaw expresses the experience of an ancient sanctuary
and Andrew Norman is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and more.


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VOYAGER   l   11.17.17
On-stage at the E. Des Lee
560 Music Center

Experience a concert from a unique vantage point, up On Stage with the musicians.
This unique seating arrangement is fitting for a program all about travel and its
influences. A hidden gem, Paul Emil Cras' String Trio is featured on this program
that includes music from American Valerie Coleman, Brit Errollyn Wallen and Toru
Takemitsu, a Japanese composer inspired by Emily Dickinson.


ORIGINS   l   2.11.18
The Schlafly Tap Room

We bring back some of the music that got us started to celebrate our 10th Anniversary
Season! And there will be cake. Don't miss this special evening.

 


OPPOSITION   l   3.16.18
The Chapel Venue

OPPOSITION   l   3.28.18
World Chess Hall of Fame

Artists working under oppressive situations eloquently implore the world for peace
and compassion, while expressing the brutality of their situations. Andriessen writes
from imprisonment, and Shostakovich was a free man in name only. The Cellist of
Sarajevo tells the story of one man's nightly vigil in his war-torn city.


ECO   l   4.20.18
The 560 Music Center

ECO   l   4.21.18
Augusta Harmonie-Verein/Plein Air Art Festival

On Earth Day weekend we rejoice in the beauty of the natural world. Music by Ravel,
Mahler and Schubert are inspired by Mother Nature and we commission a new work from Katherine Bodor for soprano and small ensemble.


CHOICE   l   6.2.18
The Chapel Venue

A concert of favorites fully curated by the audience throughout the season by secret ballot.