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Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 15 is full of musical references from his own works, plus an unexpected quote from William Tell Overture in the opening.
Presented by The Thomas A. Kooyumjian Family Foundation
Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony has long been adored for its hypnotic pulsing, triumphant fury and its pioneering use of rhythm.
With rich orchestration, pulsing rhythms and exuberant marches, Belshazzar’s Feast will transport you to one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World.
Guest conductor Bernard Labadie, Principal Flute Mark Sparks and the STL Symphony pay homage to the master of the Baroque, J.S. Bach.
Embark on an adventure with Strauss’ musical travelogue, Alpine Symphony. Guest conductor Stéphane Denève leads this depiction of exhilarating Alpine vistas and vast valleys full of irresistible and bombastic textures.
David Robertson and the STL Symphony and Chorus bring the electrifying St. Louis premiere of John Adams’ The Gospel According to the Other Mary to life on the Powell Hall stage.
Kirill Gerstein returns to Powell Hall to perform the swinging music of Bernstein and Gershwin under the baton of Music Director David Robertson.
Described as an “Everest for pianists,” Rachmaninoff’s Third Piano Concerto is adored by audiences alike for its unabashedly lush score flowing with melodies.
Sponsored by The Thomas A. Kooyumjian Family Foundation
Mighty brass soloists take center stage as Gerard Pagano and Julie Thayer step forward with unique works for bass trombone and horn.
Presented by The Whitaker Foundation
Full of intensity, drama and soaring lines, Augustin Hadelich performs Brahms’ deeply expressive Violin Concerto. David Robertson also leads Lentz’ haunting Jerusalem, a piece dedicated to those lost in the disappearance of Malaysian Flight MH370.
Don’t miss this extraordinary season finale of Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman with an outstanding vocal cast joining the STL Symphony and Chorus.
Presented by Mary Pillsbury
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