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Chamber Project St. Louis, February 4

Masterclass 5 pm (Free!)
Concert 7:30 pm, Fine Arts Theatre - General Admission $5, $2 Students/Seniors

St. Louis' most innovative chamber music ensemble, Chamber Project St. Louis presents RECESS: A playful program of music for winds. This concert is sure to please.

Inspired by local composer L.J. White's duet for clarinets "Big Fish," he wrote a new piece for this concert which also features a thrilling work by American composers Valerie Coleman and some beloved music for winds not often heard. 

Ann Choomack, flute
Cally Banham, oboe
Dana Hotle, clarinet
Tzuying Huang, clarinet/bass clarinet
Ellen Conners, bassoon
Trisha Jöstlein, horn

RECESS: A playful program of music for winds

Big Fish (2006)                            LJ White (b. 1984)

Sixtuor (1992)               Jean Françaix (1912-1997)

I don’t wanna dance (2020)                      LJ White 

Commissioned by Chamber Project St. Louis

Tzigane (2011)              Valerie Coleman (b. 1970)

Chamber Project Saint Louis embraces the communicative and collaborative nature of chamber music to create interactive performances reflecting a 21st-century audience, and creates partnerships with both traditional and non-traditional venues, all types of artists, institutions, and the community. Learn more about our thematic programs, inclusive programming and commissioning project at

Music Faculty Recital, February 9 (Free!)

3 pm, Fine Arts Theatre - Come hear an amazing performance by our talented music faculty!

Spring Play "Crazytown" by Jonathan Rand, February 27-March 1

Thursday, February 27 @ 10 am
Friday, February 28 @ 8 pm
Saturday, February 29 @ 8 pm
Sunday, March 1 @ 2 pm

Fine Arts Theatre - General Admission $5, $2 Students/Seniors/Matinees

Take a tour of the most messed up town in America, from the police interrogation room where the nicest guy in town is issued a strange ultimatum to the elementary school for a heated political debate on critical issues like tater tots. Welcome to Crazytown, where our motto is: Welcome to Crazytown.