The St. Louis Symphony proudly presents a tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, Frank Sinatra, with a night of his most popular tunes. Join the second-oldest symphony in the U.S., as the St. Louis Symphony invites vocalist Steve Lippia for Simply Sinatra, a one-night presentation. Tickets are available at the St. Louis Symphony website up to 3-hours before the concert begins and range in cost from $25 to $70. Showtime starts at 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 30 in the Powell Hall.
In its 134th season, the symphony includes the talents of Music Director David Roberts, who has filled that role since 2004. Mr. Roberts is truly energetic and vital; few conductors are as riveting, or make the concert experience so much fun. Join this truly special evening and fly to the moon!
Frank Sinatra remains a mainstay as some of the most popular music from the 1950’s. The symphony’s concert promises to include some of Sinatra’s favorites like “Come Fly with Me,” “Luck Be a Lady,” “The Lady is a Tramp,” “My Way” and more. If you are looking for a night of gorgeous melodies reminiscent of a bygone era, Powell Hall on March 30 at 3 p.m. is the place to be.