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Symphony returns to galaxy far, far away in “The Music of ‘Star Wars’: The Symphony Awakens”

Fri, Feb 16, 2018 Spokesman Review

No matter how you feel about the prequels, Jar Jar Binks, the more recent anthology films or whether Han shot first, there’s no denying the music of “Star Wars” is as imperative to the franchise as the Force. After a successful “The Mus

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Concert review: Spokane flutist gives commanding performance at Spokane Symphony concert

Sun, Feb 11, 2018 Spokesman Review

By Larry Lapidus Recommended recordings Like what you heard at the Spokane Symphony this past weekend, or want to know what you missed? Here are Larry Lapidus’ recommended recordings of the works on the the program. 1. J.S. Bach, Orchestra

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Conductor Daniel Hege returns to Spokane to bring ‘Bach, Beethoven and Shostakovich’ to life

Fri, Feb 9, 2018 Spokesman Review

With a nine-hour drive between Spokane and Aberdeen, Idaho, “Classics 6: Bach, Beethoven and Shostakovich” isn’t exactly a hometown performance for guest conductor Daniel Hege, who moved to Aberdeen when he was 9. Nevertheless, Hege con

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Legendary folk singer Judy Collins keeps the noteworthy projects coming

Fri, Feb 2, 2018 Spokesman Review

Legendary folk singer Judy Collins was in Hawaii when she spoke to The Spokesman-Review in early January, but the singer wasn’t there on vacation. Looking at Collins’ output over the past couple years, it seems like she’s long overdue f

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Concert review: Symphony, soloist Mira Wang, give exquisite launch of Rasch’s ‘Tropoi’

Sun, Jan 28, 2018 Spokesman Review

Thanks in part to the generosity Spokane benefactors Michael Ebinger and Britt Ravnan, not only Spokane but the entire world of music has been made richer by the addition of an important new violin concerto, “Tropoi,” by German composer

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