Cheers to All Who Attended Wine & Jazz 2022!
We had a great night at Laumeier Sculpture Park, enjoying the beautiful atmosphere and terrific jazz music from the Ryan Marquez quartet. Thank you to the event chair, Dave Mayo, and everyone who joined us to support the Voice for the Arts in St. Louis! A special note of gratitude to our sponsors, including Mercy, Noémi Neidorff, Steinway & Sons, Stifel, Edward Jones, PNC, and many generous board members. 
Rounding Home at Laumeier Sculpture Park
Now on view at Laumeier Sculpture Park: Home Base, an outdoor installation by Visiting Artist In Residence Jean Shin. Using the game of baseball as a lens to explore environmental threats to ash trees, Shin has created an alternative baseball diamond out of a combination of dead trees from the park and baseball bats. Home Base is free to view in Laumeier’s South Lawn. Find out more at

Classic 107.3 Program Information

Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin - 7pm Weekdays
Distant Neighbors – Mexico’s early history of many indigenous cultures and its colonization by Spain in the early 16th century made for a fascinating evolution of its classical music. This week we travel through the centuries of Latin American music, from an Incan flute song to a waltz from Mexico City, Over the Waves (Sobre las Olas) by Juventino Rosas (pictured), and mazurkas by Manuel Ponce.
Inside Classical Guitar
8pm Monday
This week: Bokyung Byun
As St. Louis Classical Guitar prepares for the first concert of their season this Saturday, September 17th, featuring Korean guitarist, Bokyung Byunhost W. Mark Akin shares shares performances by Byun of music by Manuel Ponce, Sérgio Assad, and others. 
Buy concert tickets here. Find previous episodes of Inside Classical Guitar here.
Diary of a Musician with Leon Burke
8pm Tuesday, 1pm Sunday
This week: Chamber Music by Shostakovich
Leon features the Cello Sonata in D minor and the String Quartet No. 8 in C minor by Dmitri Shostakovitch (pictured).
Re-choired Listening with Philip Barnes
8pm Wednesday
This week: Gabriel Fauré
In this RCL archival episode from 2016, Philip shares music of French composer, organist, pianist, and teacher Gabriel Fauré. 
Friday Morning with the Arts ~ 9am
Stéphane Denève and Nathalie Joachim
The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra opens its 143rd season this weekend with a concert featuring "postcards from faraway places" – music of Jacques Ibert, Nathalie Joachim, and Antonín Dvořák. Go behind the scenes on Friday morning!   
Friday Night Jazz Programming
Enjoy Friday Night Jazz on Classic 107.3! The Jazz Collective with Jason Church airs at 7pm, followed by Somethin' Else with Calvin Wilson at 9pm, and then Jazz with David Basse at 11pm. 
Classics 4 Kids - 9am Saturday
This week: Autumnal Equinox
On September 22nd, fall will be here! Host Kathy Lawton Brown shares pieces about this wonderful season from Virgil Thompson, William Alwyn, and Frederick Delius.
Musical Ancestries™ - 10am Saturday
This week: Central America
Listeners meet the fictional children’s marimba group “Los Estudiantes” and their beloved teacher, Señora Cruz. Los Estudiantes are about to embark upon an exciting journey to perform at three music festivals in Central America. Find additional resources on our website at
Opera at Noon - Saturday
George Bizet’s Les pêcheurs de perles (The Pearl Fishers) performed by China's National Centre for the Performing Arts. This production stars soprano Olga Peretyatko in the role of Leila, alongside Francesco Demuro as Nadir.
Tango with Cally
6pm Saturday, 11pm Thursday
This week: Symphonic Piazzolla Host Cally Banham features Sinfonia Buenos Aires, one of the last pieces Astor Piazzolla (pictured) wrote before his teacher Nadia Boulanger convinced him to break away from the traditional classical style of composing and develop his own voice with the tango.
Live SLSO Broadcasts Return!
7pm Saturday
Join host Tom Sudholt for the first live St. Louis Symphony Orchestra broadcast of the season! Hear Antonín Dvořák's Symphony No. 8, Nathalie Joachim's Fanm d'Ayiti, and Jacques Ibert's Escales, conducted by Stéphane Denève.
The Slatkin Shuffle
10pm Saturday, 3pm Sunday
Join Leonard Slatkin, Conductor Laureate of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, as he shares anecdotes about the eclectic collection of music in his playlist in this program, which is supported by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
This week: The Ladies' Edition
Leonard Slatkin's American Musical Journey
12pm Sunday
An in-depth look at the history of American music from one of our country's most renowned conductors. 
This week: Episode 25 - Bridging the Centuries
Featuring music of George Crumb, Jennifer Higdon, Kevin Puts, Wynton Marsalis (pictured), Cindy McTee, and others. 
Aisle Seat with Julie Schuster - 5pm Sunday
This week: Pirates!
Avast ye, listeners... International Talk Like a Pirate Day is September 19, and Cap'n Julie has a swashbuckling playlist for all landlubbers, including classical and film score music from Gilbert and Sullivan, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, John Williams, and more. 
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