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Located in the heart of St. Louis's arts district, The Sheldon is the most acoustically perfect venue in town, hosting a variety of folk, rock, jazz and cabaret acts. The inimitable sound produced in the semicircular room renders the butt-numbing chairs barely noticeable. The Sheldon's small size can lead to inflated ticket prices, but this is one venue in St. Louis whose shows are actually worth every penny.
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"Chamber Music Society of St. Louis" and "Sheldon Concert Hall" go together as perfectly and consistently as 2 plus 2 on their sure path to making 4. You know the outcome is always going to be even; you can hang your hat on that certainty every... More »
For Norbert Leo Butz, Catch Me If You Can sounded like the ideal gig. This musical adaptation of Steven Spielberg's popular movie had been tailor-written to accentuate Butz's stage strengths: his deft comedic timing and prodigious energy. The... More »
All musicians play for the love of music, but perhaps only the Celtic cultures play for the love of craic. The origins of the word (pronounced like "crack") are disputed, but the meaning is clear: Craic is a catchall word for fun, entertainment... More »
Warning: show-going can be bad for your health. I type this with watery eyes, a sore head and throat, and a forever-runny, impossible-to-breathe-out-of nose. I suppose all that putzing around in the r... More »
Artist and Washington University professor Edward Boccia left behind a large body of work when he passed away. Part of his artistic legacy was displayed at the Saint Louis University Museum of Art earlier this year; works from Boccia's early... More »
Bringing together work from every point in the celebrated photographer's career, Sheldon Art Galleries curator Olivia Lahs-Gonzales presented an exceptional survey of Larry Fink's diverse oeuvre. Selections from each of Fink's major series, supplemented with intimate portraits of his domestic life, combined to illuminate a complex persona -- that of a man who witnessed and documented some of the most emblematic events of the twentieth century but who, with no less acuity, possessed an... More »
When Olivia Lahs-Gonzales left the Saint Louis Art Museum in 2001 to become director of the Sheldon Art Galleries, she faced a whopping challenge. Newly fashioned out of a former parking garage, the mazelike linked galleries have all the charm of Holiday Inn reception rooms, and they can't seem to shake the identity crisis born of their literal attachment to the better-known Sheldon Concert Hall (it's acoustically perfect, you know). Lahs-Gonzales remained undaunted, and this year she... More »
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