The Chamber at Home Concerts Air Thursdays and Mondays
"The Chamber at Home" is a partnership between Classic 107.3 and The Chamber Music Society of St. Louis to bring you weekly encore concerts chosen from CMSSL’s archive. This week, hear "Czech Mates", a performance featuring music from Czech composers Anton Reicha, Sophia Dussek, and Antonín Dvorák. Tune in at 5:30pm on Thursday, September 1 or 10am on Monday, September 5!
All-American Alumni Band Concert This Weekend! 
The All-American Alumni Band is a group of musicians who were part of the McDonald’s All-American High School Band during its 26-year history.
The All-American Alumni Band is gathering for another free, public concert in historic Tower Grove Park this Sunday, September 4th, and Classic 107.3 will broadcast the concert live! Tune in at 3pm Sunday!
Less Than Two Weeks Until Wine & Jazz Under the Stars! 
The 6th Annual Wine & Jazz Under the Stars will be September 9, 2022 at Laumeier Sculpture Park. The Ryan Marquez Quartet will provide the evening's entertainment, with catering from Hendri's Events. Buy your tickets HERE!

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Forest Through the Trees at Laumeier
Join Laumeier Sculpture Park for the exhibition "Forest Through the Trees", running now through December 11. For more information, visit
Image: Benjamin Butler, Autumn Forest, 2016. Klaus von Nichtssagend Gallery, NY.

Classic 107.3 Program Information

Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin - 7pm Weekdays
 A Green and Pleasant Land – With William Blake’s famous words as a stepping-off point, we’re traversing the pastoral musical landscapes of the British Isles. Bill opens with a reading of Hilaire Belloc’s idyllic essay, “The Mowing of a Field.” Hear a piece written by Patrick Hadley on the occasion of Ralph Vaughan Williams’s 70th birthday, as well as one of Vaughan Williams’s folk-influenced works. 
Inside Classical Guitar
8pm Monday
This week: Music of Agustín Barrios
Host W. Mark Akin shares music by Paraguayan guitarist and composer Agustín Barrios, performed by Enno Voorhorst (pictured).
Find previous episodes of Inside Classical Guitar here
Diary of a Musician with Leon Burke
8pm Tuesday, 1pm Sunday
This week: Classical Crossover
Classical music "crossovers" with other musical genres have been taking place since at least the early 1900s. On this episode, Leon features more recent "progressive rock" works that incorporate classical elements from artists like King Crimson (pictured), Yes, and even the Grateful Dead
Re-choired Listening with Philip Barnes
8pm Wednesday
This week: Rachmaninoff and Vaughan Williams
Philip shares a surprising coincidence between composers Ralph Vaughan Williams and Sergei Rachmaninov (pictured), and features their choral and orchestral music.
Bach & Beyoncé with Maria Ellis
8pm Thursday
This week: 25 Years of Harry Potter
Join Maria as she takes a journey through the world of "The Boy Who Lived," Harry Potter, and shares the incredible music that helped bring the movies to life.
Friday Morning with the Arts ~ 9am
All-American Alumni Band and the St. Louis Art Fair
Hear more details about this Sunday's concert in Tower Grove Park by the All-American Alumni Band from Allison Felter and Kim Scharnberg. (Hear the concert LIVE on Classic 107.3!) Then, Julie Schuster talks with Sarah Umlauf, Executive Director of the St. Louis Art Fair, which takes place September 9-11 in Clayton. Shown: The 2022 Commemorative Print, "Build a Longer Table", by Elissa Brown.
Friday Night Jazz Programming
The Jazz Collective with Jason Church and Somethin' Else with Calvin Wilson, followed by a NEW program... Jazz with David Basse! Enjoy Friday Night Jazz on Classic 107.3 – The Jazz Collective airs at 7pm, followed by Somethin' Else at 9pm and Jazz with David Basse at 11pm. David is a jazz drummer and vocalist from Kansas City, Missouri. 
Classics 4 Kids - 9am Saturday
This week: Labor Day 
On today's episode, Classics 4 Kids focuses on American workers and the machines that help them, including a story about Mike Mulligan and his Steam Shovel; A "Short Ride in a Fast Machine" from composer John Adams; and two musical depictions of trains! 
Musical Ancestries™ - 10am Saturday
This week: West Africa (newly voiced!)
Listeners travel with characters Akisha and her Nana through West Africa as they visit musicians, explore traditional instruments and discover the value of Akisha’s musical roots. This revised broadcast features new voices! Find additional resources on our website at
Opera at Noon - Saturday
Amilcare Ponchielli’s La Gioconda, performed by La Scala. Saioa Hernández performs as Gioconda, with Daniela Barcellona as Laura Adorno, Fabio Sartori as Enzo Grimaldo, Judit Isabela Kutasi as La Cieca, and more. Frédéric Chaslin conducts this exquisite performance, set in a dark and mysterious Venice.
Tango with Cally
6pm Saturday, 11pm Thursday
This week: I Am Maria This week's episode offers an overview of Astor Piazzolla's only opera, Maria de Buenos Aires. Host Cally Banham shares highlights from the surreal plot, then takes a closer look at the instrumental interludes and the opera's most enduring aria, "Yo soy Maria" – "I am Maria". Find previous episodes of Tango with Cally HERE. 
The Slatkin Shuffle
10pm Saturday, 2pm 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: Have a Little Faith (Please note the time change for Sunday.)
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 23 - The Neo-Romantics
Featuring music by Joseph Schwantner (pictured), John Corigliano, William Bolcom, and others. 
Aisle Seat with Julie Schuster - 5pm Sunday
This week: National Wildlife Day
Created in honor of the late wildlife conservationist Steve Irwin, National Wildlife Day educates the public about the number of endangered animals and the need for conservation and preservation. Hear animal-related music on this wild episode of Aisle Seat!
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