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David Robertson Conductor Saint Louis Symphony, Orli Shaham, Liz and Fred Bronstein President and CEO Saint Louis Symphony
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Marsha Rusnack, Fred Bronstein President and CEO, Peggy Ritter
Fred Bronstein President and CEO
Fred Bronstein President and CEO, Debra Hollingsworth
Jim Kreckeler, Walter Galvin, Fred Bronstein
Tom and Carol Voss, Fred Bronstein
Many of us think we know what we like when it comes to the arts in St. Louis, but sometimes the most thrilling performance or the most moving canvas can be found in an unexpected place. We asked some of the area’s most plugged-in artistic leaders and supporters about their favorite arts experiences—perhaps you’ll find a new place to love!
Fred Bronstein, Marsha Rusnack, Peggy Ritter, Barry Beracha
Fred Bronstein, Erika Ebsworth Goold, Adam Crane
Donald Suggs, Erica Ebsworth-Goold, Adam Crane, Fred Bronstein
David and Miran Halen, Fred and Liz Bronstein
Who would have guessed that video game music and Vivaldi would one day vie for space on the Powell Hall stage? With a focus on a variety of concerts, from classical to popular music, the St. Louis Symphony’s 2011-2012 season has something for everyone. Symphony president/ CEO Fred Bronstein took a few minutes to tell Ladue News what audiences can look forward to this year.
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Music is the soundtrack to our lives, underscoring emotions, expressing in notes what we sometimes cannot say in words. Here, three music lovers explain how different genres enrich our lives in all kinds of ways.
The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra’s (SLSO) new president and executive director, Fred Bronstein, welcomed 450 classical music lovers and supporters to A Symphony Prelude at The Ritz-Carlton, which raised a record-breaking $200,000 for the orchestra and its 250 education and community partnership programs. Bronstein thanked honorary chair JoAnn Taylor Kindle, co-chairs Dr. Tim and Kim Eberlein, and all who generously support the SLSO. He reported that the annual fund exceeded its goal, and an anonymous $5 million gift helped secure the orchestra’s stability.
Director of communications Adam Crane and president and executive director Dr. Fred Bronstein. Photo by Bryan Schraier
Look for the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra to be an even bigger player in town, according to its new president and executive director. Dr. Fred Bronstein, who previously served in the same capacity at the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, officially took over in St. Louis in March. He says one of his primary goals is to build an audience. “I’d like to really put the orchestra on the radar screen of a broader range of people throughout the region,” he says. “It’s clearly one of the leading cultural institutions in town and holds a very special place in the music world. We’re in our 129th season as the second-oldest orchestra in the United States, ours is one with a rich, deep history.”
Celeb Nuptials…hometown girl Jenny Shore (Clayton class of 99) recently tied the knot with indie rocker Will Butler of the Montreal-based band Arcade Fire. The ceremony took place at Holmes Lounge, on the campus of Washington University, alma mater of Jenny’s parents, Dr. Bernard and Bea Shore. Jenny and Will met as undergrads at Northwestern University. The fun-filled reception was at Ninth Street Abbey, where guests danced to the zydeco strains of Gumbohead and were treated to an impromptu performance by Arcade Fire, whose 2007 CD, Neon Bible, has been nominated for a Grammy as Best Alternative Rock Album of the Year.