House Concert Series –
October 17 | November 21| December 19
After a wonderfully successful, completely sold-out “Third-Thursday” debut last fall, we have pulled together an all-new series of concerts that will once again take place in some of St. Louis’ most beautiful homes and historic neighborhoods. Price of admissions includes libations and dessert following each concert, with the opportunity to mingle with the artists and enjoy the home’s fabulous architecture and décor.
Tickets are limited and a three-concert-series-discount is available. Patron-level pricing includes reserved seating as well as a tax-deductible donation to UAO. Hurry, these concerts are guaranteed to sell out again this year.
$250 – Patron Level Three Concert Series (includes $150 tax-deducible donation and reserved seating)
$125 – Three Concert Series
$100 – Individual Patron Level Ticket
(includes $50 tax-deductible donation and a reserved seat)
$50 – Individual Ticket
Tickets may be purchased by calling the
Box Office at 314-361-2881
Online ordering coming soon!
All concerts start at 7:30 PM | Doors open at 7:00 PM
October 21 | Compton Heights
Kicking off our second season of House Concerts is our first ever solo recital featuring special guest artist, Metropolitan Opera soprano, Mary Dunleavy. In the stately 1910 Compton Heights home of Dr. Kenneth and Marjorie Smith. St. Louis opera lovers will likely remember Ms. Dunleavy from several, memorable performances at Opera Theatre of Saint Louis over the past decade. Ms. Dunleavy and pianist, Gail Hintz will perform a recital featuring art songs of Pauline Viardot as well as operatic favorites from her varied repertoire.
November 21 | Kingsbury Place
Join us this fall evening for a look back at the Golden-Age of Broadway. UAO artists Ian Greenlaw, Gina Malone and Leann Schuering, along with pianist Nancy Mayo, headline this magical concert featuring favorite hits of Rodgers & Hammerstein, Lerner & Lowe and many others. You will leave humming tunes like “This Nearly Was Mine,” “I Could Have Danced All Night,” and “The Hills are Alive with the Sound of Music.” The evening concludes with a sing-along version of “Edelweiss,” so come ready to sing! The lovely Central West End, Kingsbury Place home of Mark Harrington and Jane Zhu will be our stage for this enchanted evening.
December 19 | Magic Chef Mansion
We close this series with a return to the spectacular 1908 Magic Chef Mansion, one of St. Louis’ premiere old-world estates in the historic Compton Hill Reservoir Square neighborhood, which this year will be splendidly decorated for Christmas by our host Shelley Donahoe. Join UAO artists Brittany Graham, Debra Hillabrand and Randell McGee, with pianist Nancy Mayo as they perform a recital of Christmas music that will certainly leave you ready for the holidays! After the program explore the decorated mansion and enjoy Christmas cookies and mulled cider.