St. Louis Symphony Orchestra: Stephane Deneve - Benedetti Plays Marsalis Tickets
Powell Symphony Hall | St. Louis, MO
Don’t let another moment pass you by without hearing the news that St. Louis Symphony Orchestra: Stephane Deneve – Benedetti Plays Marsalis is finally coming to the iconic Powell Symphony Hall in St. Louis, Missouri for a once-in-a-season Orchestral show. This sensational Orchestra will be delivering their breathtaking performance to deliver a stunning and unmissable experience that mixes their unmatched power with raw musical talent. Critics are already saying that this performance will sell out quick because Orchestra fans across the state are heavily discussing the event already! Reviews show that St. Louis Symphony Orchestra: Stephane Deneve – Benedetti Plays Marsalis has such an individual sound, that they find new fans every time they step on stage. So whether you are already a fan of Orchestra, or just want to see something new, you can’t miss out. Click the Buy Tickets button below to make sure you can see St. Louis Symphony Orchestra: Stephane Deneve – Benedetti Plays Marsalis live on Saturday 18th February 2023 at the Powell Symphony Hall. But don’t delay, because once tickets are sold-out they are gone for good!
The best part about attending a gig is discovering fresh music. And let's be honest, people love discovering new music and sharing their discoveries with their friends- there's something oddly satisfying about being the one who recommends a new artist before they make it big. Most bands have an opening act or two to get the crowed bouncing and excited before they get on stage. Attending a concert gives you the opportunity to see their music live first and discover new sounds that you may not have listened to otherwise. These acts are often bands or artists who you have never heard of which can give you an open-mind when listening to their music for the first time. The opening acts are typically released before the gig and some people prefer to look them up, get a sense of their music, be able to sing along, and enjoy the live quality in comparison to the record. So come and get that feeling at the stunning Powell Symphony Hall in St. Louis.