Voces8 in a stunning arrangement of Fauré’s “Pie Jesu” from the Requiem.
I am blessed to live in a city vibrant with arts groups, arts presenters, arts enthusiasts, and arts supporters.
The riches in the next month are too many!
I shall attend this weekend the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra all-Beethoven program, as well as Opera Scenes at Webster University (twice). And a recital by Ken Kulosa, faculty cellist, at Webster University.
The following weekend, I am away at a conference, but will return in time to catch the closing performance of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner at the Rep.
And the first weekend of February brings an opening reception at the Sheldon Galleries, then either Voces8 at Manchester UMC or Cantus at the Touhill, and then on Saturday evening Bernadette Peters at Lindenwood University. Oh yes . . . and a piano recital by Daniel Schene at Webster University on Sunday.
What will I miss in the next three weeks?
Ángel Romero at the Sheldon. The Rep’s Food & Wine event. An all-Bach program at the Symphony. Dvorák 8 at the Symphony. DanceSTL doing a Tango program of Argentine dances. Several movies I’d like to see.