Aerosol scientists suggest that singing is an activity associated with an increased risk of audience exposure to the SARS-CoV2, the virus that causes COVID-19. In order to minimize that risk, the singers in shows presented at Blue Strawberry starting this August will all perform from as far upstage as possible. Our stage is 10 feet deep, and they will perform at the very back of the stage next to the wall. Supporting musicians will all be masked. We will also pull back our front row of seats 4 feet from the lip of the stage. This will create at least 12 feet of space between the singer and the front row of audience members. We have also reduced our inside capacity from 100 to fewer than half that number.
Fanfare plays in a variety of musical styles with a great deal of well… Fanfare! Their music will take you through a variety of musical genres such as Motown, Classic Rock, R&B, Disco, Country, Pop, Standards, Jazz, Big Band and the music of today!
Through out their career Fanfare has been rated one of the top musical groups and the lead vocalist Kittie Moller as one of the top female vocalist in the St. Louis area. Kittie has had two number 1 Independent Chart hits. She was also nominated by the Academy of Independent Recording artist, for New Female Vocalist of the Year in 1997.
Fanfare has appeared all over St. Louis and the country at many of the top clubs, hotels, conventions, fairs, festivals and concerts. Some of their past engagements include playing before all of the St. Louis Rams home games at the Dome. A USO tour to Africa, conventions for General Motors in Austin TX(2014) Las Vegas, San Diego, and the Mar-a-Lago Trump Mansion in West Palm Beach, FL. Concerts at the Missouri Botanical Gardens, Fair St. Louis, St. Louis Arts Festival in Clayton, MO to name a few. They have opened for named acts, appeared on St. Louis’ own KMOX radio and KSDK News, KMOV News and Fox 2 News television shows in 2013. Fanfare has been featured in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Arts and Entertainment section.