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St. Louis Symphony Extra - more from Oct. 8

An interpretation of the image of the face of Mozart.
(via Flickr/totalAldo)
An interpretation of the image of the face of Mozart.

If you're already missing the St. Louis Symphony, don't fret; we have even more for you following our live broadcast on Oct. 8.

Nicholas McGegan conducted the Symphony in an all-Mozart program in concerts October 7, 8 and 9 in Powell Hall with pianist Jeremy Denk and St. Louis Symphony Principal Horn Roger Kaza as the soloists. 

But prior to those performances, on Oct. 5, the Symphony’s Eddie Silva spoke with Jeremy Denk following the first rehearsal of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 13 in C Major.

Here's their conversation:


Silva also spoke with Roger Kaza following the first rehearsal of Mozart’s Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-Flat Major:


On Saturday, Oct. 8 during the intermission of the live broadcast of the St. Louis Symphony's all-Mozart concert, St. Louis Public Radio’s Robert Peterson spoke with guest conductor Nicholas McGegan:


Mary Edwards came to St. Louis Public Radio in 1974, just after finishing her Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She has served the station in a number of capacities over the years. From 1988-2014 she also taught an undergraduate class in radio production at Webster University. Mary was inducted into the St. Louis Media History Foundation Media Hall of Fame in April, 2017 and received the Gateway Media Literacy Partners' Charles Klotzer Media Literacy Award in 2012. Mary retired from St. Louis Public Radio in 2018, but still serves the station as a St. Louis Symphony Producer.

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