Missouri Symphony Society

Today Paul Pepper and SCOTT BRADLEY, General Manager at Carpet One Floor and Home, talk about cork flooring; which is a renewable option that will last indefinitely (with proper maintenance). Not sure what cork looks like? Check out Scott's example! At [4:54] JANE WHITESIDES invites everyone to the annual "Symphony of Toys" holiday concert December 20th at the Missouri Theatre. Don't miss this special performance featuring the Missouri Symphony Orchestra, the Columbia Chorale, violinist Chloe Trevor and more! Watch for details. December 15, 2015

Today Paul Pepper and JANE WHITESIDES, Executive Director of the Missouri Symphony Society, talk about their busy fall schedule, including a concert by the Missouri Symphony Conservatory (youths in grades 3-12) playing 19 different pieces! At [4:23] KERRI BURROWS, Interim Director of Second Chance, and KATHLEEN McKINNEY - with the help of Lucky, a special needs cat - tell us about the TLC Fund, which is for animals that need 'extraordinary care.' Watch! November 18, 2015

Today Paul Pepper visits with the Missouri Symphony Society's Assistant Conductor, ADAM BODONY. They talk about the rest of the Hot Summer Nights season (including Adam's favorite, Patriotic Pops)! It's not too late to get tickets! At [3:29] the Bittersweet Garden Club's TINA SPILLERS and MARCIA REED invite everyone to theĀ 16th Annual Bittersweet Garden tour - rain or shine! Watch for details. June 18, 2015

Credit: JudithZaimont.com

A pair of members of the virtuoso ensemble the Cypress String Quartet recently talked with KBIA's Trevor Harris. That interview and a talk with contemporary American composer Judith Zaimont are the topics on this week's Thinking Out Loud on KBIA.

MU officially purchases the Missouri Theatre

Jun 19, 2014
Missouri Theatre
KBIA

MU signed a lease-to-purchase agreement with the Missouri Symphony Society in 2011 that gave the University the option to purchase the theatre.

Credit: IMDB

Each summer, Kirk Trevor and the Missouri Symphony Society take classical music to a range of venues around Columbia and Mid-Missouri. From Stephens Lake Park to Douglass Park to Shelter Gardens, classical music fans get to absorb symphonic and chamber works in a range of diverse settings. This Thursday, the Missouri Symphony Orchestra returns to the Missouri Theatre stage to play film music.