David Robertson and Fred Bronstein announce 2014-2015 season,

 HEC-TV to provide live broadcast, internet stream

(ST. LOUIS) The St. Louis Symphony will unveil its 2014-2015 season during a Town Hall Meeting at Powell Hall on Thursday, January 23 at 6:30pm.  The event is free and the public is encouraged to attend.

STL Symphony Music Director David Robertson (who will be in his tenth season with the Symphony in 14-15) and President/CEO Fred Bronstein will discuss next season’s subscription series.  Other programs will also be announced, including Live at Powell Hall concerts.  The session will include audience questions and a reception will follow immediately after the program.  St. Louis Symphony Vice President for External Affairs Adam Crane will moderate.

Also on the schedule: a special presentation of the SymphonyCares collaboration with Circus Flora’s Clowns on Call program.  St. Louis Symphony first violinist Angie Smart and Circus Flora clown Claire Wedemeyer will demonstrate how music and clowning brings laughter and smiles to children in local hospitals. 

HEC-TV will broadcast the Town Hall Meeting live and in its entirety on Charter channel 989, U-Verse Channel 99.  It will also be webcast live at  The event will be fully interactive, and the broadcast and webcast audience can participate by emailing questions through  People may also tweet questions to #slso1415

Reservations are requested but not required.  For reservations, email


*Founded in 1880 and now in its 134th season, the St. Louis Symphony is the second-oldest orchestra in the country and widely considered one of the world’s finest. In September 2005, internationally acclaimed conductor David Robertson became the 12th Music Director, the second American-born conductor to hold that post in the Orchestra’s history.  The St. Louis Symphony strives for artistic excellence, fiscal responsibility and community connection while meeting its mission statement:  enriching people’s live through the power of music. The Symphony presents a full season of classical programs and Live at Powell Hall concerts, as well as hundreds of free education and community programs each year. In May 2009, the Symphony implemented an encompassing strategic plan that includes a 10-year vision focusing on artistic and institutional excellence, expanding audience and revenue growth across all key operating areas.