Passing through the lobby of the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Friday evening, one repeatedly heard people remark, “I can’t wait for the Brahms!”
“The Brahms” they referred to was that composer’s Violin Concerto in D Op. 77, and
While Spokane Civic Theatre creative consultant Jake Schaefer was researching “West Side Story” recently, he stumbled upon something that made him laugh.
An article announcing composer Leonard Bernstein’s then-upcoming production was he
Mateusz Wolski has no one but himself to blame for the “world of hurt” he’s experienced over the last two or three months trying to master Johannes Brahms’ Violin Concerto.
After all, Wolski was the one who suggested the piece when musi
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