Underground Series: A Tribute to Bowie

Underground Series: A Tribute to Bowie

Event Details


DOORS / 7:00 P.M. SHOW / 8:00 P.M.




About the Event


General Admission - Seated rows and standing room ($15 ADV / $20 DOS)
Table for 4 - One ticket for up to four people at a private table. ($80 ADV)


In the first of our new series, we're looking at live music in a new light as accomplished, globe-trotting musicians take the Scout Hall stage to pay a stringed tribute to The Starman.

Sophia Han is joined by St. Louis Chamber Soloists Victoria Voumard, Ranya Iqbal, and Carolina Neves. Embark on a cosmic journey with an original arrangement penned just for this performance.

Claim your GA seat or spring for a table for four to this one-of-a-kind evening.


About the Artists

Sophia Han

Described by the Classical Voices of North Carolina as making playing the violin “seem easy, almost as child’s play,” violinist Sophia Han is associate professor of violin and viola at Southeast Missouri State University. A versatile musician, Han has performed as guest soloist with orchestras and artists across the U.S. Currently serving as the associate concertmaster of Paducah Symphony Orchestra, Han was a guest concertmaster of Southern Illinois Music Festival Orchestra and assistant concertmaster of Tallahassee Symphony and is in demand as an adjudicator and clinician. As a chamber musician, Han is a member of the St. Louis Chamber Soloists, Kingsbury Ensemble, Outburst Chamber Orchestra and Rio Verde Quartet.

Ranya Iqbal

St. Louis cellist Ranya Iqbal maintains a busy performance schedule and an eclectic mix of musical output. She performs regularly with Union Avenue Opera, Winter Opera and the Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis. Recently, she performed with Stages St. Louis for the world premiere of “Karate Kid: The Musical!” Additionally, she is a founding member of the Zafira String Quartet, the first and only electric string quartet in St. Louis. She is also the principal cellist and co-founder of the conductorless chamber orchestra the St. Louis Chamber Soloists. In addition to orchestral and chamber work, Ranya often collaborates with great local jazz, hip-hop, world and folk musicians in special concerts and on albums. She regularly records as a session cellist in many of the St. Louis recording studios. Outside of performing, most of Ranya's time is spent working with the St. Louis String Collective, an educational nonprofit she co-founded with two other St. Louis string musicians. The St. Louis String Collective promotes creative, multi-genre string instrument playing through educational programming and performance opportunities.

Karen Schaberg

Karen Schaberg, violin, earned her BM and MM  in  performance from Montclair State University in New Jersey,  For the last 35 years she has free lanced extensively in the New York City, New Jersey and Pennsylvania area and was string orchestra director for the Mendham Twp. School District. She has performed for many years at Carnegie Hall with The Masterworks and St. Cecilia Orchestras as well as  performing with both the New York Philharmonic and New Jersey Symphony Orchestras.  Karen enjoys working with touring shows like Johnny Mathis, Mannheim Steamroller, Jackie Evancho and the Irish Tenors.  She and her husband, violinist Eric Schaberg, relocated to the St. Louis area in the summer of 2023 and has since performed with the Illinois Symphony, Winter Opera, Metropolitan Orchestra of St. Louis and St. Louis Chamber Soloists.

*Scout Hall shows are standing room with limited seating unless indicated. If you require ADA accommodations please reach out to team@thescouthall.com

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