Missouri Chamber Music Festival Begins Tonight!
The first concert of the Missouri Chamber Music Festival features moving and adventurous music of Franz Schubert, Charles Martin Loeffler and Camille Saint-Saëns. (And an appearance from Classic 107.3 mornng host Julie Schuster!) For more information about the concert, which takes place at 7pm at the First Congregational Church of Webster Groves, click here
Great Singers Take Center Stage on June 21st at OTSL
Hear 34 of the best rising opera singers in the country at Opera Theatre's annual Center Stage concert, which takes place next Tuesday, June 21 at 7:30pm. Chosen from more than 1,000 applicants nationwide, these artists will perform iconic melodies from opera's greatest hits and cherished rarities, accompanied by the incomparable St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $25-$65.
Buy Your Tickets for Classical Music Night at Busch Stadium!
Join Classic 107.3 on June 29th for the inaugural Classical Music Night at Busch Stadium as the Cards take on the Marlins. With the purchase of a special Theme Ticket, you'll receive a Meet Me in St. Louis Cardinals t-shirt! Plus, come early for a special performance by members of the St. Louis Philharmonic Orchestra. Part of the proceeds from every ticket purchased will benefit Classic 107.3 and the St. Louis Philharmonic. Click HERE for Theme Tickets!

Classic 107.3 Program Information

Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin - 7pm Weekdays
American Masters, Pt. 2 – Bill continues his exploration of what he calls the American Masters - American composers with stunning works of music. In part two of this series, we take a look at composers born in the early part of the 20th century and identify why they should become part of your music library. Enjoy works by William Grant Still, David Diamond, Harry Partch (pictured) and more!
Inside Classical Guitar
8pm Monday
This week: 19th Century Guitar Favorites
Host W. Mark Akin shares the music of Fernando Sor and Dionisio Aguado, performed by guitarist Norbert Kraft (pictured). 
Find previous episodes of Inside Classical Guitar here
Diary of a Musician with Leon Burke
8pm Tuesday, 1pm Sunday
This week: The Forgotten French Folk
Leon features music by Cécile Chaminade (pictured), Erik Satie, Arthur Honegger, and Albert Roussel.
Re-choired Listening with Philip Barnes
8pm Wednesday
This week: Johann Christoph Bach (rebroadcast) 
In this encore of a show from 2020, Philip shares music of composer and organist Johann Christoph Bach, the first cousin once removed of Johann Sebastian Bach.
Bach & Beyoncé with Maria Ellis
8pm Thursday, 2pm Sunday
This week: Juneteenth
Maria shares music from Beyoncé, Harry T. Burleigh, Quincy Jones, and more in celebration of Juneteenth, "Freedom Day", commemorating the emancipation of enslaved black Americans.
Friday Morning with the Arts ~ 9am
Missouri Chamber Music Festival
Hear an interview with MOCM Founder and Director Nina Ferrigno and composer James Lee III about the final concert of the Missouri Chamber Music Festival, which features the midwest premiere of Lee's "Tones of Clay" and takes place on June 18th at 7pm. Find out more at
Classics 4 Kids - 9am Saturday
This week: Music for Dad!
Host Kathy Lawton Brown shares selections from "The Legend of King Arthur, A Choral Symphony," by Elinor Remick Warren, plus fun summer songs, for Father's Day.
Musical Ancestries™ - 10am Saturday
This week: West Africa (rebroadcast)
Ahead of Juneteenth, enjoy a rebroadcast of Musical Ancestries™: West Africa. Listeners travel with characters Akisha and her nana as they visit musicians, explore traditional instruments and discover the value of Akisha’s musical roots. 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 "The (R)evolution of Steve Jobs" by Mason Bates, performed by the Santa Fe Opera.
Tango with Cally
6pm Saturday, 11pm Thursday
This week: It Takes Two to Tango (rebroadcast)
The widely used idiom "it takes two to tango" has an interesting back story – and can you believe Ronald Reagan is part of it? Host Cally Banham reveals the origin of the phrase and delves into the etymology of the word "tango".
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: Romeo and Juliet
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 12 - Musical Theatre
Music of Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald (pictured), and Frank Sinatra
Aisle Seat with Julie Schuster - 5pm Sunday
This week: Father's Day BBQ
Sunday is Father's Day, so what could be better than dad at the grill? Julie will serve up classical pieces dads love (think lots of cannons), with a side of musical selections connected to fathers from Broadway and the movies.
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