We're so excited about the upcoming landmark season, filled with an incredible array of concerts and guest artists. We know you're going to love this year's extraordinary journey that embraces both the traditional and familiar classics, as well as bold and innovative music.
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.
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: Nov. 10 | Feb. 16 | Apr. 6
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The Magic of Halloween: Music of Harry Potter and Other Spooky Favorites
Friday, Oct. 30 at 8pm | Saturday, Oct. 31 at 2pm
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.
Thursday, Dec. 3 at 7:30pm | Friday, Dec. 4 at 7:30pm | Saturday, Dec. 5 at 2 & 7:30pm | Sunday, Dec. 6 AT 2pm
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.
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!
Subscribers receive a 10% discount when they add Holiday Pops to their order, but it is only available through the Box Office at this time.
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!