Classical music owes a lot to Clara Schumann.
It was Clara who made it de rigueur for concert musicians to perform pieces from memory. It was Clara who championed works by Johannes Brahms when the composer was still unknown. And it was Clara who use
By Azaria Podplesky
Following a successful run at Spokane Civic Theatre in the fall, “West Side Story” will return to the stage in Spokane, this time as a collaboration between Civic and the Spokane Symphony.
The show will look a little
Cast includes two from 2009 Broadway revival run.
SPOKANE —March 28, 2018…The Spokane Symphony and Spokane Civic Theatre co-production of West Side Story will feature leading roles from the Broadway stage. Performances are on Friday, Ap
If you have only enough time or patience to read one sentence of this review, you will at least come away having learned the name of violinist Aleksey Semenenko. Most members of the audience at this weekend’s performances at the Fox, whe
In a 2000 review of a concert by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Anthony Tommasini, chief classical music critic at the New York Times, wrote “Though it’s not polite to say so out loud, some of the best Spanish music was written by Fren