By Larry Lapidus
You know how it is this time of year: people hunkering down, getting ready for the holidays. Many of the big films haven’t opened yet, nor have the touring stage productions. Pretty quiet. Unless, that is, you love music, and
As much as “The Nutcracker” itself is a holiday tradition, so too is the yearly trip of members of Santa Barbara’s State Street Ballet to Spokane to perform the Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky ballet.
State Street Ballet will return to the Mar
For the first “M Show,” Spokane Symphony concertmaster Mateusz Wolski persuaded principal trombonist Ross Holcombe and trumpet player Eric Moe to participate in “snow challenges,” like seeing who could play their instrument the best afte
Headlining the fourth in this season’s Classics Concerts by the Spokane Symphony was the return to our city of the piano duo of Sivan Silver and Gil Garburg.
When they last played for us, it was in two concertos for two pianos. This tim
When the Silver-Garburg Piano Duo performed with the Spokane Symphony in 2014, they played Bach and Mendelssohn together on separate pianos. But, this time around, the married virtuosos will be sharing a bench as they perform an arrangem