Great Artists Series 18-19: Nikolai Lugansky, piano

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

Program: DEBUSSY Suite Bergamasque Images (4-6) L'Isle joyeuse SCRIABIN Sonata No. 3 RACHMANINOV 8 Preludes (tbc) Financial assistance for this project has been provided by the Missouri Arts Council, a […]

$15

Eighth Blackbird

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

“Stage animals as well as outstanding chamber players, Eighth Blackbird perform with a freedom almost unheard of in their technically demanding repertoire.” —The Sunday Telegraph “Watching Eighth Blackbird in action, […]

$5

Missouri Chamber Music Festival Composer Encounter: The Music of Hannah Lash

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

Composer/Harpist Hannah Lash, in partnership with Washington University, is presented by the Missouri Chamber Music Festival, in a full weekend of events. Program Hannah Lash: Folksongs (2011) for harp, piccolo, […]

$5

Trio Virado

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

International sensations Amy Porter (flute), Juan-Miguel Hernandez (viola), and João Luiz (guitar), together known as TRIO VIRADO, are taking the role of instrumental chamber music to new heights. Their innovative […]

$24

Wind Ensemble Concert

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

Student performance by the Washington University Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Chris Becker Concert if free and open to the public

Free

Chancellor’s Concert

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

Featuring the Washington University Symphony Orchestra and Choirs. An annual concert with over 100 musicians taking the stage. Carmina Burana - Carl Orff Soloists: Gina Galati, soprano Jacob Lassetter, baritone […]

Free

Third Coast Percussion

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

Program: "Lyrical Geometry" KOTCHE Wild Sound, Mvt. IV DEMEY Table Music THOMAS Resounding Earth, Mvt II. Prayer REICH Mallet Quartet MARTIN Bend DILLON Ordering-Instincts SCHANKLER Blindnesses SKIDMORE Aliens with Extraordinary […]

$5

Great Artists Series 18-19: Tamara Mumford, mezzo-soprano

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

Program: GIOACHINO ROSSINI (1792-1868) Giovanna D'Arco CLAUDE DEBUSSY (1862-1918) Chansons de Bilitis 1. La Flûte de Pan 2. La Chevelure 3. Le Tombeau des naïades HUGO WOLF (1860-1903) Nimmersatte Liebe […]

$15

Great Artists Series 18-19: Gil Shaham, violin and Akira Eguchi, piano

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

Program: FRITZ KREISLER Praeludium and Allegro (In the Style of Pugnani) SCOTT WHEELER The Singing Turk: Sonata No. 2 for violin and piano AVNER DORMAN Nigunim (Sonata No. 3) Intermission […]

$15

Chamber Project St. Louis presents “Beloved”

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

What is your love language? Music by Adam Schoenberg, Gustav and Alma Mahler, Mohammed Fairouz, Samuel Barber, and Katherine Bodor. Passion, sensuality, jealousy, kindness. What does love sound like? We […]

$5

Great Artists Series 18-19: Katia and Marielle Labèque, pianos

Washington University 560 Music Center 560 Trinity Avenue, St. Louis

Program: IGOR STRAVINSKY The Rite of Spring -intermission- PHILIP GLASS Etudes Nos. 17 et 18 (Marielle piano solo) Etudes Nos. 19 et 20 (Katia piano solo) Four Movements (2 pianos) […]

$15
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