By Isaac Handelman
This weekend, the Spokane Symphony will tackle Pixar's sonic catalog in what's sure to be a spirit-raising multimedia event. Now's as good a time as ever to reflect on the swelling, evocative melodies that have helped
By E.J. Iannelli
Augustin Hadelich is steeped in the repertoire of classical violin concertos and travels the globe to perform them with the world's major orchestras. The cosmopolitan violinist — born in Italy to German parents, now an Ame
People attending the Spokane Symphony's annual Holiday Pops show Sunday afternoon were treated to an event that was a little heavier on the "pops" than the "holiday."
I, for one, was glad about that.
Partly, that's becau
By Dan Nailen
If you ever had any question about how powerful a woman Vanessa Williams is, consider the fact she made Arnold Schwarzenegger cry without even laying a finger on her Eraser co-star.
It was a few years after that action flick had made
By Connor Gilbert
Kathy Gustafson is the new director of marketing and communications at the Spokane Symphony, returning to an organization she worked for 12 years ago when she first moved to the region from Chicago.
"I feel like I'm at ho