INA – An experience with members of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is coming soon to the area.
A string quartet of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra will be performing for one night only, 7 p.m., Monday, Feb. 25, at Rend Lake College. The performance is free to attend and is made possible by Cultural Events at RLC and is completely free to attend.
The Saint Louis Symphony String Quartet will perform the music of Mozart, Haydn and more.
The guest musicians are sponsored by the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra’s Community Partnership Program which presents close to 300 free education and community programs each year throughout the St. Louis region.
The Community Partnership Program is sponsored through generous support from the Ford Foundation, the MetLife Foundation, the E. Desmond Lee Fine Arts Education Collaborative, the Monsanto Fund, the William E. Weiss Foundation, and the ATT Foundation.
For more information about Community and Education upcoming events, or to find out how one can help, visit the Community and Education section of the Symphony’s website, www.slso.org, or call 314-286-4432. To learn more about the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, go on-line to www.slso.org.
For additional information about the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s String Quartet coming to RLC, contact Sara Alstat, RLC Music Instructor, at 618-437-5321, Ext. 1817.