In the late 1990s, there was a sudden rebirth of swing music, with the Brian Setzer Orchestra, Squirrel Nut Zippers and Cherry Poppin’ Daddies scoring unexpected pop hits with songs that sounded like they were right out of the ’40s and
The Spokane Symphony, in association with Spokane International Film Festival, present a symphonic screening the 1925 classic flick The Phantom of the Opera, with LIVE music arranged by silent film pianist Rick Friend.
The Spokane Symphony is collaborating with local organizations for the upcoming March 10th concert, “Beethoven and Brews,” a concert of Beethoven’s hits preceded by a beer garden. Partners include No-Li Brewhouse, The Blue Door Theatre
The audience at Saturday’s concert of the Spokane Symphony was treated to an exceptionally rich program, offering six works by six unique composers of the 20th century, five of whom were born in the United States. Coming on the heels of
This weekend’s Symphony Classics concert features the work of such luminaries as Scott Joplin, Duke Ellington and George Gershwin. So why, then, is the most prominent piece on the program a concerto penned by a Russian-born composer?