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"Classical crossover" is no different from fusion cuisine, says cellist Maria Ahn

Thu, Feb 22, 2018 The Inlander

Like many art forms, classical music labors under a stigma of popular assumptions that it constantly has to overcome to appear both vibrant and viable. The name "classical" alone imparts an air of dull, museum-like mustiness.

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Folk legend Judy Collins enters her sixth decade of performing, stops in Spokane Saturday

Thu, Feb 1, 2018 The Inlander

By Nathan Weinbender It's common practice in folk music for artists to record their own versions of the songs that influenced them, which explains why there are countless covers of Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind" and Pete See

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The Spokane Symphony delivers a challenging, epic U.S. premiere this weekend

Thu, Jan 25, 2018 The Inlander

By Dan Nailen Eckart Preu knows that classical music audiences, including those in Spokane, require a steady diet of, well, classics. But the Spokane Symphony's music director also knows that the only way to keep orchestral music a viable, livin

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Things You Need To Know Right Now

Thu, Jan 4, 2018 The Inlander

CLASSING IT UP by Dan Nailen You might not consider yourself a fan of classical music, or perhaps, like me, you're just generally ignorant of the form. That shouldn't keep you from checking out the Spokane Symphony sometime if given the chan

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BOYS WILL BE DANCERS

Thu, Nov 30, 2017 The Inlander

How two young dancers involved in this year's Nutcracker ballet are finding success in the female-dominated art form By Chey Scott or his mainstage ballet debut, 7-year-old Jude Rodriguez will perform for an audience of hundreds during each of

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