Kaleidescope - A Next Generation Artist Concert - 3/29 at Centene Auditorium
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Kaleidoscope, A Next Generation Artist Concert, features ensembles from The St. Louis Children's Choirs, Grand Center Arts Academy, and the Young Artist Chamber Program, as well as harpist Mereya Riopedre

ST. LOUIS - eMusicWire -- Classic 107.3, "The Voice for the Arts in St. Louis", will host Kaleidoscope, A Next Generation Artist Concert, on March 29 from 3-4:30pm at the Centene Auditorium, 7700 Forsyth Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63105. Tickets are $25 for adults, $10 for students (ages 19-25), and free for children (18 and under).

The concert will feature the Concert Choir and Young Men's Chorus from The St. Louis Children's Choirs, a nonprofit organization that offers young artists a choral experience emphasizing musical excellence and character education; a guitar ensemble from the Grand Center Arts Academy, a public charter school with strong emphasis in visual and performing arts with a commitment to academic excellence; students Anna Zhong, Katie He, Molly Prow and Jacob Hinton, performing together as the Sonar Quartet, which is part of the Young Artist Chamber Program, a collaboration between the Chamber Music Society of St. Louis and the Community Music School of Webster University; and harpist and MICDS senior Mereya Riopedre, a recent finalist in the St. Louis Teen Talent Competition.

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About Classic 107.3

Classic 107.3, "The Voice for the Arts in St. Louis", broadcasts at 107.3 FM and on KNOU 96.3 HD2 with a mission to support the cultural landscape in the St. Louis region through programming and outreach efforts. Classic 107.3 plays a variety of music from classical to jazz, opera to blues, Broadway and more, and features local programming including the "Slatkin Shuffle", hosted by conductor Leonard Slatkin, and Musical Ancestries™, designed to educate school-aged children about world music. In addition, the station airs interviews with artists, musicians, creators and performers, bringing their stories and events to the attention of the St. Louis community. Classic 107.3 is a non-profit station, receiving support from listeners as well as organizations like Centene Corporation, World Wide Technology, PNC, the William T. Kemper Foundation and others. More information, as well as live streaming, archived interviews, and podcasts can be found at www.classic1073.org.

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