Chamber Project St. Louis presents RESILIENT
Recovery, reflection and failing well
Complimentary drinks with tickets.
Our first partnership with projects+gallery in the Central West End!
Often, the lens we use to hear music changes with the passage of time. Despite early popularity, Mendelssohn was met with anti-semitism and denigration of his work. Though he was not regarded as a success during his lifetime, his work is now treasured for its creative originality. Growing up in the American South, Florence Price fought hard for her success in a country divided by race and deeply ingrained gender roles. Nearly 20 years after the heartbreaking tragedy of 9/11, Cindy McTee's Adagio provides us with a chance to respond, contemplate, and heal.
Cindy McTee, Adagio
Florence Price, Five Folk Songs
Felix Mendelssohn, String Quintet No 2
Kyle Lombard, violin
Jane Price, violin
Amy Greenhalgh, viola
Laura Reycraft, viola
Valentina Takova, cello
4733 McPherson Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63108
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|