At a time when our thinking about Russia is clouded by evidence of election meddling, authoritarianism and geopolitical hostility, we would do well to step back and contemplate “The Heart of Russia.” Eckart Preu, music director of the Sp
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
Spokane was treated this weekend to a visit by the Ahn Trio: a remarkable ensemble comprised of a violinist, a cellist and a pianist who happen to be sisters. The trio has traveled the world, including every state in the union, for the l
By Larry Lapidus
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
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