SLSO On the Go concert at the J moves indoors due to uncertain weather

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Due to the uncertain weather forecast for Friday, June 25, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra’s SLSO On the Go concert at the Jewish Community Center has been moved indoors. The concert will take place in the gymnasium at the J’s Staenberg Family Complex and guests can enter through the main doors of the family complex.

The 5 p.m. show will feature small ensembles composed of members of the SLSO. Together they are presenting a “Symphony Prelude to Shabbat,” featuring music from legendary Jewish composers such as George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Aaron Copeland and more.

Those in attendance will be treated to a brass quintet, woodwind quintet and string quartet, the latter of which will feature Rabbi Amy Feder of Congregation Temple Israel as vocalist. Feder is also president of the St. Louis Rabbinical and Cantorial Association.

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Guests are encouraged to arrive as early as 4:30 p.m. and bring camp chairs or blankets to sit on. Water bottles are allowed but coolers are not. Beverages, however, will be available for purchase.

RSVPs are requested at slso.org/symphonyshabbat.

The program is part of SLSO on the Go, a series of limited-capacity, outdoor pop-up concerts featuring chamber music at local settings such as places of worship, medical centers, Soldiers Memorial and Forest Park.