The awards, recently announced in Seattle, recognize excellence in classical music programming.
Two horn players will start with the Symphony in September, Assistant Principal Cello also appointed.
Reviews are in for the St. Louis Symphony's new Nonesuch release.
Three viola players are added to the roster for the 2014-2015 season.
Paula Berner has been teaching for 28 years and will be honored May 10 by Music Director David Robertson and the St. Louis Symphony.
This event, sponsored by the Symphony's Volunteer Association, will be held Sunday, April 27 at Plaza Frontenac.
The recording, out May 6, includes the Symphony's performances of John Adams' City Noir and new Saxophone Concerto featuring Timothy McAllister.
The new app feature allows patrons to purchase their tickets via smartphone.
Annual contest challenges local students to explore the fusion between classical music and the visual arts.
The agreement will keep Robertson in St. Louis through the 2017-2018 season.
The group, which includes some of the best and brightest student musicians in the St. Louis area, is currently accepting applications for the 14-15 season.
The orchestra's beloved Pops Conductor Emeritus passed away on February 5 at the age of 93.
The St. Louis Symphony returns to Carnegie to perform works by Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Meredith Monk.
The Symphony will showcase fifty of its musicians in solos or solo ensembles during the upcoming season, Music Director David Robertson's tenth with the orchestra.
Jelena Dirks will join the Symphony at the beginning of the 2014-2015 season.
The January 22 performance will feature the entire orchestra performing John Cage's Thirty Pieces for Five Orchestras. It is the US premiere of the work.
The St. Louis Symphony will announce its 2014-2015 schedule on Thursday, January 23 at 6:30pm. The Town Hall Meeting is open to the public and will also be broadcast and live-streamed by HEC-TV.
It's the latest accolade for the STL Symphony's Carnegie Hall performance of Peter Grimes last month.
St. Louis Public Radio will air the St. Louis Symphony's New Year's Eve concert live starting at 7pm on December 31.
Amanda Stewart comes to St. Louis in September of 2014 from the San Antonio Symphony.
The announcement comes as the group prepares for two Gospel Christmas performances this week at Powell Hall.
The New York Times called the November 22 performance of Britten's Peter Grimes "incisive and wrenching."
Join the STL Symphony in honoring the memory of Drew Thompson, who passed away
suddenly on October 15, 2013.
The group's first performance of the 2013-2014 season takes place Sunday, November 24 at Powell Hall.
The St. Louis Symphony's Board of Trustees welcomed a new board chair and four new members during its annual meeting on November 18.
The St. Louis Symphony will perform Britten's opera in St. Louis and at Carnegie Hall.