If you’ve ever been to a symphony performance before, you’ll likely be familiar with the violin. But the fiddle? Is there even a difference? Eileen Ivers, Grammy Award-winning Irish fiddler and this weekend’s symphony guest artist, expla
How fortunate Spokane is not only to have secured the talents of James Lowe as the new principal conductor and music director of the Spokane Symphony, but also to have retained its brilliant resident conductor, Morihiko Nakahara.
This weekend the Spokane Symphony will present “Appalachian Spring,” the next in this season’s Masterworks concert series.
Like the first Masterworks concert of the season, the program will only feature the work of American composers, i
When Paul “Doc” Nigh moved to Liberty Lake last year, he brought with him his customized DeLorean modified to the specifications of the “Back to the Future” model. While this car wasn’t itself featured in the original movies, Nigh’s repl
All music is a mixture of horizontal and vertical elements. The horizontal elements are those that take shape over time as we listen to a musical passage from beginning to end. At the previous concert of the Spokane Symphony, we heard mu