Concert Calendar



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The St. Louis Symphony’s Community Partnership Program receives generous support from St. Louis and leading national companies including:

AT&T Foundation

Bellwether Foundation

The Booksource


G.A., Jr. and Kathryn M. Buder Charitable Foundation

Commerce Bank

Daughters of Charity Foundation of St. Louis

E. Desmond Lee Fine Arts Collaborative

Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation

Getty Education and Community Investment Grant from the League of American Orchestras

Macy's Foundation

MetLife Foundation

MO Lottery


Monsanto Fund

Peabody Energy

PNC Grow Up Great


The Silk Foundation

Education Concerts Schedule

Teacher Guides:

Kinder Konzert General Teachers Guide

The Life and Times of Beethoven: Teacher Guide

Symphony SLAM: Teacher Guide

Peter and the Wolf: Teacher Guide

Choose Your Symphonic Adventure: Teacher Guide

Education Partnerships:

View info on our Partnerships with other area organizations.

Order Form

Download the Education Concerts Order Form (PDF).

The Orchestra Sings Link Up Practice Slides

For classroom use - Download the Practice Slides (PDF).

Link Up! Order Form

Download the Link Up! Order Form (PDF).

Education Concerts Survey

Download the Education Concerts Survey Form (PDF).


Tours are available after select concerts. Space is limited - email Educational Ticketing Services or call 314-286-4156 for more information.

With additional support from the Bank of America Foundation and the Roblee Foundation.

Link Up

Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 9:30am and 11:00am

LINK UP! Grades 3-5:

Sponsored in part by Peabody Energy

Rehearsal slides will be posted in late Fall 2013.

A comprehensive curriculum teaching basic musical literacy and concepts, culminating in an interactive performance at Powell Hall where students are invited to sing and play instruments along with the St. Louis Symphony.

For ticketing questions, please call 314-286-4156.
For program questions, please call 314-286-4494.

Tuesday, October 1 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am
Wednesday, October 2 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am
The Life and Times of Beethoven

Steven Jarvi, conductor
Michael Boudewyns, actor

Performer Michael Boudewyns returns to Powell Hall to perform an original program detailing the life and amazing music of Beethoven, featuring selections from Beethoven’s mighty Fifth Symphony. In addition to hearing excerpts from his most famous work, audiences will learn more about how Beethoven channeled his life’s hardships into musical works of genius.

Young Adult Concert: Tuesday, November 19 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am
Young People’s Concert: Wednesday, November 20 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am

David Robertson, conductor

A true fusion between visual art and music! STL Symphony Music Director David Robertson pairs images of some of the Saint Louis Art Museum’s beloved treasures with music from Bartók, Britten and more!

Presented in partnership with The Saint Louis Art Museum

Wednesday, February 12 at 9:30 am (SOLD OUT) and 11:00 am
Thursday, February 13 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am
Peter and the Wolf

Steven Jarvi, conductor

It’s Prokofiev’s piece with an on-stage twist! Performers from STAGES St. Louis will join the St. Louis Symphony to act out this family favorite.

Presented in partnership with STAGES St. Louis

Young Adult Concert: Tuesday, March 11 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am
Young People’s Concert: Wednesday, March 12 at 9:30 and 11:00 am
Choose Your Symphonic Adventure

Be part of this interactive fun-filled journey through the history of classical music where YOU pick the program! Featuring the works of Mozart, Beethoven, Bach and more. With these amazing composers, you can’t take a wrong turn!

Kiddie Concert

Tuesday, February 4 and Tuesday, February 18 (SOLD OUT)
Kiddie Concert
For students ages 3-5.

The Snowy Day is an interactive program based on the classic children’s story by Ezra Jack Keats, with music from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons, and performed by STL Symphony musicians. The Kiddie Concert is an interactive program based on a classic children’s story, with music performed by STL Symphony musicians. After the concert, children are invited to try the instruments themselves at our instrument Playground. Space is limited for this concert. For details and reservations email


Please see Teacher Guides for each concert for state and national standards.


Choose which concert or concerts you’d like your class to attend and reserve your seats by calling (314) 286-4156 or email to Payment is due 30 days prior to the concert(s). We will send your tickets to you after payment is received. Cancellations or exchanges may be made only before payment. Please include any teachers or chaperones in your reservations (all tickets are the same price, $5 for a single concert). Please note any special seating requirements due to physical challenges