Jazz St. Louis is of the many Missouri arts organizations that have creatively adapted their events to virtual.

Virtual Missouri arts events

Mark your calendar for these limited-time-only happenings. Enjoy dance and theater performances, concerts, movies, artist conversations and more, streaming live on platforms like Facebook and Zoom.

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Sunday, September 13 – Saturday, September 19

Thursday, September 17, 7 p.m. through Thursday, September 24, noon
“Celebrate Beethoven 250” concert
• SAINT JOSEPH SYMPHONY
Celebrate Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday with Saint Joseph Symphony principal cellist Sascha Groschang and pianist Charles Dickinson. Their performance was recorded in the theater of the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art. Second in the Symphony’s series of “Cozy Concerts in Saint Joe Spaces.” $25.

FREE
Thursday, September 17, 7:30 p.m.
Season of Stream Vol. 3, Fall Into the Groove: Scooter Brown
• JAZZ ST. LOUIS
Every Thursday comes a brand-new concert recorded safely on stage at Jazz St. Louis. Experience the show via a livestreaming Facebook watch party or on YouTube. This week features East St. Louis saxophonist, vocalist, composer, and all-around soulful man about town Scooter Brown. His quintet includes longtime collaborator Everette Benton (drums), Brady Lewis (trumpet), Antonio Foster (piano & Rhodes), and Bernard Terry (bass).

Sunday, September 20 – Saturday, September 26

Sunday, September 20 through Thursday, September 24, noon
“Celebrate Beethoven 250” concert
• SAINT JOSEPH SYMPHONY
Celebrate Ludwig van Beethoven’s 250th birthday with Saint Joseph Symphony principal cellist Sascha Groschang and pianist Charles Dickinson. Their performance was recorded in the theater of the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art. Second in the Symphony’s series of “Cozy Concerts in Saint Joe Spaces.” $25.

FREE
Wednesday, September 23, noon
Lunch & Learn with Women of the SLSO
• ST. LOUIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Join the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on Zoom for an engaging, interactive discussion of the crucial role women have played in the SLSO and how the orchestra strives to elevate diverse voices through music. President and CEO Marie-Hélène Bernard, Symphony Chorus Director Amy Kaiser, and women of the orchestra explore their experiences—both on stage and off—as musicians and leaders. This Lunch & Learn is moderated by SLSO board member Sherry Sissac, Regional Arts Commission deputy director.

Wednesday, September 23, 6 p.m.
Workshop: “Black and White Landscape Photography With Jack Curran,” Part 3 of 3
• INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM | St. Louis
This three part digital workshop series on Zoom covers the full process of capturing dramatic black and white landscape photographs. Part 3: “Building the Master Print File.” There is no need to have taken Parts 1 and 2 in order to participate in Part 3. $50/class general, $40/class IPHF members.

Saturday, September 26, 7:35 p.m.
“La Serva Padrona” opera
• SPRINGFIELD REGIONAL OPERA
Livestream of SRO performing live on stage at the Gillioz Theatre in Giovanni Pergolesi’s little comic gem. A sprightly maid affectionately outwits her cantankerous boss to become “The Servant Turned Mistress.” The show is sweet, funny, and fast-paced—just 45 minutes. $35.

Sunday, October 4 – Saturday, October 10

FREE WITH REGISTRATION
Saturday, October 10, 7 p.m.
“The Balancing Act: Walking the Pandemic Tightrope”
• CIRCUS HARMONY | St. Louis
Circus Harmony students and alumni perform the new acts they have created and tell the stories of how they are keeping their balance in this unbalanced time. A show for the whole family, celebrating strength, grace, and resilience.

Sunday, October 18 – Saturday, October 24

FREE
Saturday, October 24 through Wednesday, October 27
“This Is Who We Are” dance event
• SAINT LOUIS BALLET
A brand-new, intimate, studio-based performance that takes you closer to where the magic is made. With safety measures paramount, Artistic Director Gen Horiuchi has created solo and small ensemble works set to music of J.S. Bach. “This Is Who We Are” also includes a rare look behind the scenes. Your free ticket links you to the streamed performance any time between 7:30 p.m. on October 24 through 7:30 p.m. on October 27.

Sunday, October 25 – Saturday, October 31

FREE
Through Wednesday, October 27, 7:30 p.m.
“This Is Who We Are” dance event
• SAINT LOUIS BALLET
A brand-new, intimate, studio-based performance that takes you closer to where the magic is made. With safety measures paramount, Artistic Director Gen Horiuchi has created solo and small ensemble works set to music of J.S. Bach. “This Is Who We Are” also includes a rare look behind the scenes. Your free ticket links you to the streamed performance any time through 7:30 p.m. on October 27.