State of the Arts at Delmar Hall, March 2017

The new episode of State of the Arts comes to you from Delmar Hall, the region’s newest concert venue. Take a backstage tour with show host Paul Schankman and the Duke of Delmar himself, Joe Edwards. This episode is a music lover’s dream with profiles of the band Letter to Memphis, the singer Bloom and rising operatic star Olivia Bosaw. We also bring you profiles of former Mousekeeter Julie Piekarski Probst, visual artist Tim Kent and a company that creates inspiring works of liturgical stained glass.

State of the Arts is St. Louis’ only program devoted to the region’s vibrant arts community, taking audiences behind the scenes to meet the artists, writers, and performers who call St. Louis home.

State of the Arts at Delmar Hall, March 2017

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SpecDrum

Specdrum is a free education program that teaches lessons in teamwork, leadership, communication and cultural understanding through drumming.

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Olivia Bosaw

Webster University Freshman Vocal Performance Major Olivia Bosaw is spotlighted.

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Meet St. Louis Singer-songwriter, Bloom

Meet St. Louis singer-songwriter, Bloom. Born Kalyn Lia McNeil, the now self-named artist has evolved saying, "Bloom is symbolic of me becoming who I am."

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Letter to Memphis

Meet Letter to Memphis.

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Stained Glass Art

Stained glass art inspires prayer, thought and meditation. Meet a group of artisans who see their art as being inspired by a higher power.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am