|The Chamber Project St. Louis|
The Chamber Project St. Louis presents Night Music on Sunday, November 13, at 7 PM. "Night Music: The idea of a lullaby permeates this program featuring the harp, string quartet, flute and clarinet. We will present another Pulitzer prize-winning composer, Caroline Shaw, along with works from Foote and Dohynani and Francaix that evoke the evening." The performance takes place at 1900 Park at 1900 Park Avenue in Lafayette Square. For more information: www.chamberprojectstl.org.
Eliot Unitarian Chapel presents a Friends of Music concert on Sunday, November 13, at 3 PM. The program features Samuel Barber's Excursion Op. 20, no. 3 and Ludwig van Beethoven's Sonata in C major, Op. 53 (“Waldstein”). The concert takes place at Eliot Unitarian Chapel is at 100 South Argonne in Kirkwood. For more information: fomcstl.org.
Photo: Steven Schreiber
The St. Louis Wind Symphony performs its opening concert of the season on Sunday, November 13, at 3 PM. "The second concert of the regular season will be at the Keating Performing Arts Center, Kirkwood H.S., Kirkwood, MO. Our season theme, Festival of Composers, takes the audience to … Places. Bassoonist Dr. Jaqueline Wilson, South East Missouri State University, will be featured soloist - she also will be joined by the bassoonists of the Wind Symphony to form a bassoon quartet!" The performance takes place at Kirkwood High School Keating Theater, 801 West Essex in Kirkwood. For more information: stlwindsym.org.
The Women's Hope Chorale of St. Louis presents Requiem on Sunday, November 13, at 3 p.m. "Matsuura's Requiem is her outpouring of sorrow for those lost in Japan's 2011 earthquake. Evoking Duruﬂé and Fauré, but spoken from a woman's heart and conveyed through the tender voices of women and children, Requiem crosses cultural and gender-based di_erences to touch every heart." The performance takes place at First Presbyterian Church of Kirkwood, 100 E. Adams. For more information: womenshopechorale.org.