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Every year, LN salutes local nonprofits commemorating milestone anniversaries. Whether distributing and planting trees, providing a safe home for children in need or supporting those touched by cancer, these organizations continue to make a difference in St. Louis. To celebrate, we’ve shared a few of their histories and goals for the future.
Members of Duo Noire visit Gateway Middle School as part of the St. Louis Classical Guitar Society's school public school student programs
Members of St. Louis Classical Guitar Society's 22-member orchestra
From Tony Award-winning musicals and Grammy Award-winning performers to classic and contemporary art, take a first glimpse into St. Louis’ fall entertainment season.
Alan Rosenkoetter and Rodney Stucky
Don Ficken, Bill Ash, Pat Stark
Caroline Kennedy will be in town next Wednesday, April 3, for the ninth annual Family Read Night at St. Louis County Library headquarters to discuss her new book.
The St. Louis Classical Guitar Society focuses its mission on three key areas: to provide the experience of live performance on the classical guitar; to promote widespread understanding of the art; and to provide opportunities to learn to play this instrument.
Grammy Award-winning musicians, Tony Award-winning theater and never-before-seen art will highlight St. Louis’ fall season. Here’s a first look:
WHEN FIVE SECOND-GRADERS FROM WESTCHESTER ELEMENTARY were chosen to participate in Destination Imagination’s Global Finals? The contest is the largest creative thinking and problem-solving competition in the world. Pictured: ‘The Fire Dragons’ from Westchester Elementary School: Arlo Inman, Hamilton Frick, Colin O’Rourke, Nathan Sweeney and Griffin Young
The St. Louis Classical Guitar Society and St. Louis Rotary Club donated 40 guitars to Lyon@Blow, a St. Louis public elementary school? The donation was a part of the Public School Guitar Initiative, which enhances existing music programs or encourages the development of new programs.
Major corporations with St. Louis ties help keep the city’s arts community vibrant and thriving. Here, they share their reasons behind supporting the following arts organizations.
For 30 years, Ladue News has served as your source for what’s good in the community—and that’s not just lip service. Here, we present a number of area nonprofits whose good works translated to good news for our readers through the years.
It’s an exciting time for a hidden gem in the St. Louis performing arts scene: St. Louis Classical Guitar Society is set to open its 2011-2012 season at The Ethical Society of St. Louis with a young guitar sensation on Sept. 24, with the season scheduled to close on March 24 with a Grammy Award-winning artist. Society president William Ash recently took a step back to reflect on the upcoming season, as well as the history and growth of the second oldest guitar society in the U.S.
Here’s a ‘happy’ thought…The 28th season of PARTIES IN THE PARK, one of the area’s original outdoor happy hour events, is coming soon! But there’s a big change this year: The event is moving out of Shaw Park onto the streets of downtown Clayton. The new setting on Meramec Avenue between Forsyth Boulevard and Maryland Avenue will include a live music stage, lounge furniture, drinks and food offerings from area restaurants. Parties in the Park begins May 11, and will be held every second Wednesday of the month through September.
Journalist LISA LING will be coming to town sooner than expected. Her Maryville University St. Louis Speakers Series appearance at Powell Hall is now slated for Thursday, Jan. 27. And look for Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan to appear Tuesday, Feb. 22. Ling is host of National Geographic Explorer and field correspondent for The Oprah Winfrey Show. Her new show, Our America with Lisa Ling, premieres Feb. 16 on the Oprah Winfrey Network.