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  • Symphony review: Preu taps into nostalgia of early concert music

    In assembling the program for this weekend’s concerts by the Spokane Symphony at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, music director Eckart Preu sought to explore works shining light …


  • Allman by himself

    For many musicians, the breakup of a band that has been not only relevant but killing it for almost 50 years might signal the end. But for Gregg Allman, the …


  • Power of three

    Cheyenne Jackson is good at putting on a character. Whether he’s getting “All Shook Up” on Broadway, being seduced by Liz Lemon on TV’s “30 Rock,” or fighting against an …


  • Myrtle Woldson, Spokane philanthropist, dies at 104

    Spokane philanthropist Myrtle Woldson died Friday at her home. She was 104. Woldson is best known as the daughter of Martin Woldson, who owned Northern Pacific Railway and also worked …


  • Clark: Blame my Powerball ticket for symphony strife

    My surefire plan to end the Spokane Symphony strike failed miserably Wednesday night with the following depressing announcement. The winning Powerball tickets were sold in Arizona and Missouri.


  • Striking symphony musicians plan benefit concert, forum

    The striking musicians of the Spokane Symphony are planning a show of their own Saturday. Five symphony performances have been canceled since the musicians announced the strike Nov. 3. With …


  • Spotlight: SJO eager for ‘Jazz Alley’ in 2012-’13

    The Spokane Jazz Orchestra will take us down the “Jazz Alley” in its 2012-’13 concert season. The orchestra, under the direction of Thomas Molter, will team with renowned soloists for …


  • Youth meets beauty in symphony event

    Spokane fourth-graders chattered excitedly as they filtered into the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox on Tuesday for a symphony experience. “I’ve never been to a symphony before,” said Gabe …


  • Japanese drum group Kodo cancels Spokane show

    Kodo, the Japanese drum group, has canceled its Wednesday performance at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox.


  • Annual Holiday Pops concerts feature Santa, singalong

    It’s one of Spokane’s traditions – and, like Bloomsday and Hoopfest, it features a cast of thousands. It’s the Spokane Symphony’s Holiday Pops concerts, Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at …


  • Symphony review: A fitting celebration of the Fox’s rebirth

    The Spokane Symphony celebrated the third anniversary of the opening of the refurbished Fox theater on Saturday with a concert that combined high energy and intimate beauty. The performance in …


  • Spotlight: Paul Taylor dancers, Kodo drummers coming up

    Two out-of-the-ordinary cultural attractions are on the way to the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox – one coming up soon, the other in midwinter: • Paul Taylor 2 , …


  • Concert for pianist features ‘greatest piano concerto ever’

    Vladimir Feltsman is a musician with three careers – he ranks as one of the world’s great pianists, and he is a well-regarded conductor as well as a distinguished teacher. …


  • Fox theater earns national restoration award

    The Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox is being recognized nationally with a preservation award for the $31 million restoration completed in 2007. The Fox, at Sprague Avenue and Monroe …


  • Symphony rolls with Beethoven

    The Spokane Symphony staged a Beethoven mini-festival over the weekend with two excellent concerts at the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. Conductor Eckart Preu took the highly appreciative audience …


  • Urban designs honored

    Sixteen buildings, projects and organizations received recognition in the second Mayor’s Urban Design Awards. The awards, presented every two years after consideration by the Spokane Design Review Committee, went to …


  • Following Munsel’s footsteps

    You might call it “American Idol – Aria Edition.” On Sunday afternoon, Spokane will host one of 45 Metropolitan Opera District auditions, in which 16 aspiring opera singers attempt to …

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