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STL Symphony Recordings

The St. Louis Symphony offers a number of recordings, both in CD and digital download format. Purchase select items in person at the Powell Hall Boutique (open one hour before performances and at intermission).

STL Symphony—John Adams
City Noir / Saxophone Concerto

St. Louis Symphony Recording of John Adams Doctor Atomic SymphonyThis recording garnered the STL Symphony’s seventh Grammy® for the Best Orchestral Performance of 2014. Recorded live at Powell Hall by the STL Symphony under the direction of Music Director David Robertson with saxophonist Timothy McAllister, this recording features two works by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Adams.

Stream, CD and MP3 Downloads:
iTunes  |  Amazon  |  Nonesuch Records

STL Symphony—John Adams
Doctor Atomic Symphony / Guide to Strange Places

St. Louis Symphony Recording of John Adams Doctor Atomic SymphonyThe premiere recordings of Pulitzer Prize-winning composer John Adams’ Doctor Atomic Symphony and Guide to Strange Places, performed live at Powell Hall by the STL Symphony under the direction of Music Director David Robertson, is available now for purchase.

Audio Clip -- excerpt from Doctor Atomic Symphony: III. Trinity
Audio Clip -- excerpt from Guide to Strange Places

Stream, CD and MP3 Downloads:
Spotify  |  Rdio  |  iTunes  |  Amazon  |  Nonesuch Records  |  Best Buy

STL Symphony—John Adams

The St. Louis Symphony's performance of John Adams' Harmonielehre, the weekend of March 16-18, 2007, remains one of the extraordinary collaborations between David Robertson and the STL Symphony. They owned it. And now, you can own it too, with the STL Symphony's Harmonielehre live available for download.

Audio Clip: excerpt from "Meister Eckhardt and Quackie" (1:58)

Available for MP3 Download:
iTunes or Amazon.

Live from Powell Hall MP3 Download

Live from Powell Hall

David Robertson leads the STL Symphony through two fiercely passionate works, with Christian Tetzlaff’s brilliant violin soaring in the Szymanowski concerto.

Audio Clip -- excerpt from Szymanowski Violin Concert No. 1
Audio Clip -- excerpt from Scriabin The Poem of Ecstasy

Available for MP3 Download:
iTunes  |   Amazon

Hans Vonk CD Project

Vonk CD

Celebrate the artistic legacy of Hans Vonk with eight CDs. Recorded live with the STL Symphony at Powell Hall.

CDs available at: Amazon

Past Recordings:

The STL Symphony has a long recording history including releases on RCA Victor, Telarc and VoxBox.  You can search iTunes, Amazon or other web retailers to find these recordings.  Ebay is a good resource to locate older and out-of-print recordings. A number of our recordings are available on streaming services like Spotify. Search for "louis symphony" to find our past recordings.

Recordings by STL Symphony Musicians:


Mark Sparks: fantasie

Mark Sparks: Flute
Clinton Adams: Piano

AAM Recordings presents flutist Mark Sparks in a stunning collection of favorites from the flute repertoire. In this recording, the soloist shares his fascination of music's power to inspire fantasies with these familiar pieces for flute, selected for their rich imagery.

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The STL Symphony

Leonard Slatkin, Conductor

Dohnanyi  Suite in F# Minor, Opus 19
Kodaly  Hary Janos Suite
Bartok  The Miraculous Mandarin

Produced by Joanna Nickrenz
Recording Engineer William Hoekstra
Mastering Edit Completion by Thomas Drake
Mastering by Paul Hennerich

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CDClarinet Enchantments

Diana Haskell: Clarinet
George Silfies: Piano and Clarinet
Frances Tietov: Harp
Peter Henderson: Piano
Production Team
Thomas Drake: Producer
Paul Hennerich: Recording Engineer
Matt Sims: Assistant Recording Engineer

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CDSalut D'Amour
Romantic Works for Violin and Piano

David Halen, violin
Peter Henderson, piano

AAM Recordings - AAM102
Thomas Drake, producer
Paul Hennerich, recording engineer

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CDChamber Music for English Horn and Strings

Featuring Members of the STL Symphony:
David Halen, violin
Susan Kier Gordon, viola
Melissa Brooks-Rubright, cello
Carolyn White, double bass
Marc Gordon, English horn

Michael Haydn  Quartet in C major
Mozart  "Adagio," K580a
Rossini  Sonata No. 2, arranged by White for violin, viola, violincello and contrabass
Jean Francaix   Quatour for English Horn, Violin, Viola and Violincello

AAM Recordings - AAM102
Produced by Leonard Slatkin and Thomas Drake
Paul Hennerich, recording engineer
Liner notes by Tim Page

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CDSong of Shinobue : Haruka Watanabe

Haruka Watanabe- Composer and Violin
Ayako Watanabe- Harp
Kaoru Watanabe- Flute
Jennifer Montone- Horn
Vera Parkin- Piano

Producer: Thomas Drake
Recording Engineer: Paul Hennerich
Assistant Engineer: Robert Altman
Production Coordinator: Susan Kier Gordon
Executive Producer: Marc Gordon

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