The audience at Saturday’s concert by the Spokane Symphony were not merely passive onlookers. They witnessed, and one hopes participated in, the power of music to transform any subject it takes up, every person who plays it or hears it,
The program will showcase the work of two Scandinavian composers, Finland's Jean Sibelius and Iceland's Valgeir Sigurðsson, and a masterpiece by one of Russia's greatest artists - Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2
From 1979 to 1985, Tom Wopat was known to most of America as Luke Duke, one of the troublemaking Southern brothers on the CBS comedy “The Dukes of Hazzard.” But a lot of Wopat’s TV fans probably weren’t aware – and maybe still aren’t – t
Saturday’s concert by the Spokane Symphony – the first of its 71st season – was demanding and auspicious. Demanding, because the three pieces on the program require the highest levels of technical and interpretive ability.
The Spokane Symphony returns to the Fox Theater stage this weekend with its first Classics concert of the year, and the orchestra, under the direction of Eckart Preu, will be accompanied by renowned Russian violinist Ilya Kaler.