As resident conductor with the Spokane Symphony and music director of the South Carolina Philharmonic, Nakahara has ties to both teams and doesn’t want to ruffle anyone’s feathers by making a statement that could be perceived as supporti
The first thing one learns in attending concerts of classical music is never to applaud between movements. Doing so, we are told, shows disrespect for the composer’s intentions and the performers’ interpretation. In Saturday night’s conc
Gerald Searfoss, a member of the UBS Bank U.S.A. Board of Directors, brought the Spokane Symphony’s Music Innovates program to the attention of the Bank’s Federal Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) officer in Salt Lake City.
Thu, Mar 16, 2017 • Press Release • Spokesman Review
The Spokane Symphony’s “The Russian Soul” concert features the return of American violinist Benjamin Beilman and Albinoni’s Adagio for Organ and Strings as tribute to Dr. Elizabeth Welty and Kendall Feeney