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Adaptable Nakahara, Spokane Symphony mix old and new at Soiree on the Edge

Fri, Aug 18, 2017 Features

Wine and music – what could possibly go wrong? Not much, according to conductor Morihiko Nakahara. Soiree on the Edge No. 1, which was held Aug. 9, was Nakahara’s first time conducting at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars in several years, and

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For Dawn Wolski, new role at Opera CdA is a perfect fit

Mon, Jul 3, 2017 Features

When Dawn Wolski talks, her voice lifts and sways like a nightingale’s. The soprano with the big voice could be chatting about the weather, and you’d still take notice of that melodious voice.

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Spokane Symphony to rock the music of Led Zeppelin

Thu, May 11, 2017 Features

It’s Led Zeppelin only bigger, stronger and with more power. The Spokane Symphony will combine rock and classical music by performing “The Music of Led Zeppelin” on Friday at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. The or

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“Ultimate Beatles tribute” the Fab Four brings the Beatles to Spokane for SuperPops 6

Fri, Apr 28, 2017 Features

When referring to restaurants, clothing or hotel rooms, they say you get what you pay for. And whether you’ve experienced a show or not, the saying also applies to tribute bands. Knowing this, Beatles tribute band the Fab Four made the

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Pianist Claire Huangci’s love for Chopin on display at ‘Classics 9’

Thu, Apr 20, 2017 Features

Before pianist Claire Huangci gave a private concert for Bill Clinton at the age of 10, before she studied at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia as a teen, before she performed with countless orchestras around the

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