Upcoming events

22
Apr
2018

04-22-2018

"Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis’ finest musicians for “The Dark Room Brunch Sessions”. Two sets of tunes from 11am-1:30pm is paired with our brand new brunch menu, served 10am-3pm. More info: http://www.thedarkroomstl.com/

 

22
Apr
2018

04-22-2018

Folk School jams are a great way to spend a weekend afternoon. Musicians of all skill levels come together to play and enjoy music under the guidance of a Folk School instructor. Jams are free and open to the public. Participants take turns leading songs and choosing tunes. These informal gatherings are a great way to get back to the basics and simply enjoy playing. Join in!

Folk School Jams are made possible by 

23
Apr
2018

04-23-2018 -11:30 pm
24
Apr
2018

04-24-2018

Veteran story time lady, Georgy Rock,  joins us each Tuesday morning from 10:30-11am to read stories, sing songs, laugh, and be silly. All ages welcome, and always free. Today is our special Children's Book Week edition.

25
Apr
2018

04-25-2018
$41.50

It’s often said that history repeats itself but in the instance of making music, a reunion of two performers will not necessarily bring about the sounds of their collective past. Grammy-winning saxophonist/composer Joe Lovano and the equally lauded guitarist/composer John Scofield are preparing another turn together in the public eye. One of the most popular groups of the early 1990’s, Scofield and Lovano have both built their own followings since departing their shared bandstand.  Since then, the opportunity to hear them together has been few and far between.  Listeners will rejoice at this rare opportunity to hear two modern masters reunite on stage.

 

$41.50
25
Apr
2018

04-25-2018
$41.50

It’s often said that history repeats itself but in the instance of making music, a reunion of two performers will not necessarily bring about the sounds of their collective past. Grammy-winning saxophonist/composer Joe Lovano and the equally lauded guitarist/composer John Scofield are preparing another turn together in the public eye. One of the most popular groups of the early 1990’s, Scofield and Lovano have both built their own followings since departing their shared bandstand.  Since then, the opportunity to hear them together has been few and far between.  Listeners will rejoice at this rare opportunity to hear two modern masters reunite on stage.

 

$41.50
26
Apr
2018

Saint Louis Wind Symphony will perform a shared concert with the Central Visual and Performing Arts High School

26
Apr
2018

04-26-2018
$41.50
$41.50
26
Apr
2018

04-26-2018
$8.00

Saint Louis University Theatre
Presents
“Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson”
April 26, 2018 – April 29, 2018
Thursday, Friday, Saturday – 8:00pm
Sunday – 2:00pm
$8 General Admission
$5 Student Admission
An infectious score anchors this fictionalized, irreverent look at the rise of our seventh president and the beginning of the Democratic party. A rowdy take on populism, politics, and policies that redefines Jackson as a rock star with a dark side. Directed by Nancy Bell.

$8.00
26
Apr
2018

04-26-2018
$41.50

It’s often said that history repeats itself but in the instance of making music, a reunion of two performers will not necessarily bring about the sounds of their collective past. Grammy-winning saxophonist/composer Joe Lovano and the equally lauded guitarist/composer John Scofield are preparing another turn together in the public eye. One of the most popular groups of the early 1990’s, Scofield and Lovano have both built their own followings since departing their shared bandstand.  Since then, the opportunity to hear them together has been few and far between.  Listeners will rejoice at this rare opportunity to hear two modern masters reunite on stage.

 

$41.50
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$41.50
$41.50
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$8.00

Saint Louis University Theatre
Presents
“Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson”
April 26, 2018 – April 29, 2018
Thursday, Friday, Saturday – 8:00pm
Sunday – 2:00pm
$8 General Admission
$5 Student Admission
An infectious score anchors this fictionalized, irreverent look at the rise of our seventh president and the beginning of the Democratic party. A rowdy take on populism, politics, and policies that redefines Jackson as a rock star with a dark side. Directed by Nancy Bell.

$8.00
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$15.00

Malcolm Holcombe grew up in western North Carolina, home to some of the planet's oldest mountains and some of America's deepest musical traditions. Radio and TV fueled Malcolm's musical passions as a kid, and music became even more important after he lost both his parents relatively young.

He toured with bands and landed in Nashville, where he took up an inconspicuous station at the back of the house - the very back - at Douglas Corner, one of the city's best singer/songwriter venues. Stories began to circulate about the mysterious dishwasher with the subterranean voice and oracle-like talent. Sadly so did stories of wildly inconsistent behavior - profound sweetness crossed by bouts of stunning abrasiveness.

He flirted with an official music career. But his stunning debut album made for Geffen Records was abruptly shelved, producing melodrama that only exacerbated Malcolm's drinking and depression. A business that once had a place for complicated genius turned its back on him, and he teetered near the edge.

Moving back to the North Carolina hills proved a powerful tonic. Holcombe let in help where before he'd pushed it away. With deep faith in God and a commitment to his art, Holcombe repaired himself and his career.

And that's a pretty good nod to the effect of hearing Holcombe sing. If you've not seen him in a live setting, this is what you have to do. His presence is spooky and timeless, as one imagines it was like to see Son House or Leadbelly. No emotional stone is left unturned.
While you plan for this important experience, collect Malcolm Holcombe albums... He is cryptic, demanding, polarizing, bold, passionate and free, a combination badly needed in our time of infinite trivia. He's even more interesting for having made a remarkable journey of recovery and discovery.

- Craig Havighurst, Nashville

$15.00
27
Apr
2018

04-27-2018
$41.50

It’s often said that history repeats itself but in the instance of making music, a reunion of two performers will not necessarily bring about the sounds of their collective past. Grammy-winning saxophonist/composer Joe Lovano and the equally lauded guitarist/composer John Scofield are preparing another turn together in the public eye. One of the most popular groups of the early 1990’s, Scofield and Lovano have both built their own followings since departing their shared bandstand.  Since then, the opportunity to hear them together has been few and far between.  Listeners will rejoice at this rare opportunity to hear two modern masters reunite on stage.

 

$41.50
28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018
$41.50
$41.50
28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018
$8.00

Saint Louis University Theatre
Presents
“Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson”
April 26, 2018 – April 29, 2018
Thursday, Friday, Saturday – 8:00pm
Sunday – 2:00pm
$8 General Admission
$5 Student Admission
An infectious score anchors this fictionalized, irreverent look at the rise of our seventh president and the beginning of the Democratic party. A rowdy take on populism, politics, and policies that redefines Jackson as a rock star with a dark side. Directed by Nancy Bell.

$8.00
28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018
$5.00

DJ G. Wiz hosts Musical Edu-Tainment at The Stage at KDHX each month. DJ G. Wiz schools the audience in soul, hip hop, pop, R&B and jazz with the sights and sounds of the 1960's to the present at this monthly live multimedia event.

$5.00
28
Apr
2018

04-28-2018
$41.50

It’s often said that history repeats itself but in the instance of making music, a reunion of two performers will not necessarily bring about the sounds of their collective past. Grammy-winning saxophonist/composer Joe Lovano and the equally lauded guitarist/composer John Scofield are preparing another turn together in the public eye. One of the most popular groups of the early 1990’s, Scofield and Lovano have both built their own followings since departing their shared bandstand.  Since then, the opportunity to hear them together has been few and far between.  Listeners will rejoice at this rare opportunity to hear two modern masters reunite on stage.

 

$41.50
29
Apr
2018

04-29-2018

"Join a rotating cast of some of St. Louis’ finest musicians for “The Dark Room Brunch Sessions”. Two sets of tunes from 11am-1:30pm is paired with our brand new brunch menu, served 10am-3pm. More info: http://www.thedarkroomstl.com/

 

29
Apr
2018

04-29-2018
$8.00

Saint Louis University Theatre
Presents
“Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson”
April 26, 2018 – April 29, 2018
Thursday, Friday, Saturday – 8:00pm
Sunday – 2:00pm
$8 General Admission
$5 Student Admission
An infectious score anchors this fictionalized, irreverent look at the rise of our seventh president and the beginning of the Democratic party. A rowdy take on populism, politics, and policies that redefines Jackson as a rock star with a dark side. Directed by Nancy Bell.

$8.00

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