75th Season Moves to 2021-22

 

Like orchestras all over the world, the Spokane Symphony has no choice but to adapt to the realities of the coronavirus crisis. Even though we’re moving the entire 75th season of music to next year, it doesn’t mean that the orchestra and Fox Theater will be going dark. We are busy developing education and outreach ideas, and we’ll find ways to keep the flame of classical music burning in the Inland Northwest. 
-James Lowe, Music Director

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SPOKANE SYMPHONY MASTERWORKS SERIES

Ten concerts on Saturdays at 8pm | Sundays at 3pm

Music Director James Lowe has put together a musical adventure with timeless masterpieces, brilliant soloists and music that James Lowe describes as colorful, explosive, lush, romantic, stormy and swashbuckling. 

Performance dates: Currently being rescheduled to 2021-22 Season


SPOKANE SYMPHONY POPS SERIES 

Six concerts on Saturdays at 8 pm 

The musical adventure with a variety of entertainment from Cuba to Hollywood, all backed by the Spokane Symphony. Performance dates:

Performance dates: Currently being rescheduled to 2021-22 Season


Chamber Soirées at Barrister Winery SERIES

Three concerts on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7:30pm

Enjoy the intimate experience of musician-curated chamber music at Barrister Winery. 

Table seating is $150 per person. See seating chart.
At Barrister Winery, 1213 West Railway Avenue, Spokane.

Performance dates:
 Currently being rescheduled to 2021-22 Season


Chamber Soirées at Rockwood SERIES

Three concerts on Tuesdays at 7pm

Enjoy the intimate experience of musician-curated chamber music at Rockwood South Hill Event Center. 

General Admission seats are $54 per person; $45 for Rockwood Residents.
At Rockwood South Hill Event Center, 2903 East 25th Avenue, Spokane​.
Performance dates:  Currently being rescheduled to 2021-22 Season


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The Magic of Halloween: Music of Harry Potter and Other Spooky Favorites

Currently being reschedule to 2021-22 season

The annual Harry Potter Halloween concert is spookier than ever, taking place on Halloween weekend! The Fox is transformed into Hogwarts, so join the fun by dressing up in a Harry-themed costume, and explore the magical world of wizards through music and fun lobby games.

The Nutcracker with State Street Ballet 

CURRENTLY BEING RESCHEDULE TO 2021-22 SEASON

The Spokane Symphony welcomes back State Street Ballet of Santa Barbara for their 10th year of exquisite dancing to Tchaikovsky’s memorable score. More than 70 local young dancers complete the cast. Don’t wait to buy tickets — our production of The Nutcracker ballet is a Spokane favorite. 

SPOKANE SYMPHONY Holiday Pops

CURRENTLY BEING RESCHEDULE TO 2021-22 SEASON

We can hardly contain our excitement — Holiday Pops 2020 features a top local talent with lots of national acclaim!  This concert is a beloved holiday tradition, with Christmas carol singing, the Spokane Symphony Chorale, and a visit from Santa. Add in our headliner, and…fa la la la la! 

New Year’s Eve: Beethoven’s Ninth

Thursday, Dec. 31 at 7:30pm  

Spokane Symphony Music Director James Lowe conducts his first Beethoven’s Ninth on New Year’s Eve — one of Spokane’s great traditions. The concert is only one-hour long, so join us for this exhilarating and inspiring music, and then the night is young to continue the celebration!


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