“Classics 3” features Israeli pianist Alon Goldstein.
Country music icon Loretta Lynn thinks it’s about dang time that women get their due.
A darling of both the pop and classical worlds, Caroline Shaw even appeared as herself in season 4 of the Amazon Prime series “Mozart in the Jungle.”
During this tour, Rollins will share photos and stories from his travels to countries including Tibet, Mongolia and Vietnam.
Kevin Hekmatpanah, Gonzaga’s orchestra director, said the Mendelssohn concerto is “an absolute delight,” that showcases the virtuosity of the soloist.
Chris Ballew will perform as Caspar Babypants at Center Place on Saturday.
“Boogie Woogie Kid” You Tube sensation, Matthew Ball, is coming to perform at Wallace High School.
A prolific writer, Tech N9ne recently announced his next album, “N9na,” will be released sometime next year.
From the first chord to the last pyrotechnic blast, you could feel every Godsmack drum beat and Shinedown guitar riff echoed in your chest.
Brothers John and T.J. Osborne released their sophomore album in April.
Keb’ Mo’ will headline the Bing Crosby Theater on Sunday.
Performances are scheduled for 2 and 8 p.m. Oct. 27 and 3 p.m. Oct. 28 at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox.
Extraordinary orchestras all have one attribute in common: a very high degree of flexibility, as displayed in three aspects of their performance: tone color, tempo and dynamic range.
Godsmack and Shinedown’s co-headlining tour comes to the Spokane Arena with Asking Alexandria opening this weekend.
“Nineteenth Century Grandeur” features guest soloist Felicity James on violin.
“Classics 2: The Red Violin” features guest soloist Elizabeth Pitcairn on violin.
Violin virtuoso Elizabeth Pitcairn brings “the Red Violin” to perform in concert with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra.
Clutch released “Book of Bad Decisions,” its 12th studio album, in September through its own Weathermaker Music.
Sisters, Jessica, 26, and Heather Hottman, 28, formed their band, the Hottman Sisters, in 2015, and soon added drummer Ed Getzlaff, 25. This week their journey brings them to Spokane with concerts scheduled at the Viking and the Pin.
The Dave Matthews Band saxophonist will perform with the Spokane Jazz Orchestra on Saturday.
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