November Program Descriptions for Sunday Arts
Sunday Arts Airs Every Sunday at 1:00 p.m. on Nine PBS
- October 27, 2013—Meet St. Louis-raised mezzo-soprano Jennifer Johnson Cano in the Sheldon Concert Hall’s green room for a frank discussion about her life and her musical career shortly before she performs a preview of her Carnegie Hall recital.
- November 3, 2013—Go inside the Lemp Neighborhood Art Center where a crumbling building was restored and transformed into a place where teens can experience, perform and experiment with a wide range of music.
- November 10, 2013—Mary Strauss of Fox Theatre leads a tour of Glamour: Costumes and Images From the Collection of Mary Strauss at the Sheldon Galleries, an exhibition of her own costume collection that pays tribute to the glamorous fashion of the entertainment industry.
- November 17, 2013—Sunday Arts gives viewers a glimpse into the creative minds behind Opera Theatre’s upcoming production, Twenty-Seven, which is the musical story of the world of Gertrude Stein and company in the years between the wars.
- November 24, 2013—Meet photographer Tony Carosella, who creates unique works of art by incorporating portraiture and QR codes.
Sunday Arts is a half-hour magazine series showcasing arts stories from the Nine Network and PBS stations across the country. Every episode spotlights local arts organizations. Sunday Arts and all arts programming on the Nine Network are sponsored by PNC Bank.
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The Nine Network of Public Media is a multifaceted public media organization creating a network of individuals and organizations empowered by public media to strengthen civic life. One of the nation’s most watched public television stations, Nine offers the people of the St. Louis region multiple ways to explore the world and become engaged in civic life, including the Nine Center for Public Engagement, nineAcademy, www.nineNet.org and four distinct broadcast channels (Nine PBS, Nine World, Nine Create and Nine Kids). The Nine Network’s rich legacy of serving the community was launched in 1954 and continues through our mission of bringing St. Louis together as we connect our region to the world and the world to St. Louis.