By Azaria Podplesky
At “The M Show,” a concert series Spokane Symphony concertmaster Mateusz Wolski created that combined classical music and comedy, Wolski asked for a volunteer.
At the behest of her seatmates, KXLY chief meteorologis
At a time when our thinking about Russia is clouded by evidence of election meddling, authoritarianism and geopolitical hostility, we would do well to step back and contemplate “The Heart of Russia.” Eckart Preu, music director of the Sp
Hosted by Concertmaster Mateusz Wolski with Special Guest,
Beatboxer Eli Dyer (a.k.a. “Brotha Nature”)
May 24 & 25 at 8:00 p.m. at the Washington Cracker Co. Building, 304 W. Pacific Avenue, between Division and Washington
Sergei Rachmaninoff composed a total of four piano concertos, the first three each spaced about a decade apart.
Of these, two have gradually percolated to the top of the classical canon: the improvisational and technically daunting
By Azaria Podplesky Though she’s never before performed in Spokane, jazz singer/trombonist Aubrey Logan, a Snohomish, Washington native, visited the city a handful of times as a young girl.
What does she remember from her time in town?