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Spokane Symphony Announces Five Finalists for New Music Director

Mon, Mar 5, 2018 • Press Release

Candidates will conduct classics concerts during the 2018-19 season. SPOKANE – March 5, 2018…The Spokane Symphony Board of Trustees and Symphony Executive Director Jeff vom Saal, announced that five finalists have been chosen for the Mu

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Grammy-winning Steep Canyon Rangers still going strong

Fri, Mar 2, 2018 • Features • Spokesman Review

By Alan Sculley If bluegrass music has an equivalent to the relationship Bob Dylan enjoyed with the Band, it might be in the partnership that has developed between Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers.

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Steep Canyon Rangers took big risks recording their new album, with rewarding results

Thu, Mar 1, 2018 • Features • The Inlander

By Dan Nailen Nearly 20 years into a career that's already given a band ever-increasing popularity, Grammy awards and opportunities for genre-defying collaborations is not exactly the time you'd expect that group to start taking dramatic cha

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Concert review: Symphony soars in performance of Schubert’s ‘Great’ symphony

Sun, Feb 25, 2018 • Reviews • Spokesman Review

Spokane was treated this weekend to a visit by the Ahn Trio: a remarkable ensemble comprised of a violinist, a cellist and a pianist who happen to be sisters. The trio has traveled the world, including every state in the union, for the l

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Ahn Trio brings Triple Concerto to Spokane Symphony’s ‘Classics 7’

Fri, Feb 23, 2018 • Features • Spokesman Review

She means it as a joke, but if violinist Angella Ahn had her way, Montana Gov. Steve Bullock would put her on the state’s tourism board. When she’s not jet-setting around the world performing with her sisters Maria (cello) and Lucia (pi

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