Wishing You a Wonderful Independence Day!
Enjoy music from American composers, as well as patriotic favorites, throughout the day on Classic 107.3.
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 "Amadeus 265", a performance featuring music from composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Tune in at 5:30pm on Thursday, July 7th or 10am on Monday, July 11th!

Classic 107.3 Program Information

Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin - 7pm Weekdays
Arias and Barcarolles – Taking a cue from President Eisenhower’s famous remark to Leonard Bernstein, “… I like music with a theme, not all them arias and barcarolles.” This week is a sampling of arias, overtures, barcarolles, and other melodic delights that deserve more time on the airwaves!
Inside Classical Guitar
8pm Monday
This week: American Music with LAGQ
Host W. Mark Akin shares performances of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet that feature music of American composers like Aaron Copland (pictured), Count Basie, and Ian Krouse. 
Find previous episodes of Inside Classical Guitar here
Diary of a Musician with Leon Burke
8pm Tuesday, 1pm Sunday
This week: Old vs. New
Leon features music of Richard Wagner (pictured), Sergei Prokofiev, and Igor Stravinsky on this week's episode. 
Re-choired Listening with Philip Barnes
8pm Wednesday
This week: St. Louis Chamber Chorus, 1993-2013
Philip shares archival performances of the St. Louis Chamber Chorus singing settings of traditional folk songs. 
Bach & Beyoncé with Maria Ellis
8pm Thursday, 2pm Sunday
This week: Celebrating Summer
Maria shares summer classics that put you in the mood for fun in the sun! Enjoy works by Antonio Vivaldi, the Beach Boys (pictured), Will Smith, and more.
Friday Morning with the Arts ~ 9am
Corbin Bleu and Ron Himes
Hear an interview with stage and screen star Corbin Bleu, who is playing Bert in the Muny production of Mary Poppins through July 13. Plus, Ron Himes, the Founder and Producing Director of the Black Rep, tells listeners about the final production of the current season, "Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea", on stage through July 23. 
Classics 4 Kids - 9am Saturday
This week: Alice Through the Looking Glass, Part 1
This week and next week on Classics 4 Kids, enjoy Lewis Carroll’s Alice Through the Looking Glass, read by Sir John Gielgud and enhanced with excerpts from the imaginative String Symphonies of William Boyce and Felix Mendelssohn, performed by William Boughton and the English String Orchestra.
Musical Ancestries™ - 10am Saturday
This week: Algeria (rebroadcast)
Ahead of the Eid al-Adha holiday, hear Musical Ancestries: Algeria! Listeners travel with Kyle to Algeria, where Kyle’s friend Mustafa shares his native country as the pair visit historic areas such as the Casbah and experience the history, music, dance, and culture of this intriguing area of the Maghrebian region of North Africa. Find additional resources on our website at
Opera at Noon - Saturday
Following the end of the Metropolitan Opera season, the WFMT Radio Network Opera Series returns with productions from all over the world. This week, hear “Theodora” by George Frideric Handel, performed by the Royal Opera House.
Tango with Cally
6pm Saturday, 11pm Thursday
This week: Colombia and Tango
Carlos Gardel’s tragic death in a flight from Medellín to Bogotá has imprinted in Colombians a deep love for tango. Host Cally Banham explores the journey of tango in Colombia, from a genre relatively unknown to one of its most famous and popular music and dance styles. (Pictured: “Dancing in Colombia" 1980 by Colombian artist Fernando Botero.)
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: All Alone
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 15 - The Second Wave
Featuring music of Igor Stravinsky, Arnold Schoenberg (pictured), and Béla Bartók.
Aisle Seat with Julie Schuster - 5pm Sunday
This week: Cancer (rebroadcast)– Were you born between June 21 and July 22? So was Gustav Mahler, Alan Menken, Richard Rodgers, Percy Grainger, and Peter Schickele. Hear music from these Cancer composers and musicians, plus works connected to aspects of this astrological sign (which is Julie's, too)!
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