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Concert review: The Spokane Symphony and Alon Goldstein in both tragedy and triumph

From the opening measures of “Out of the Mist,” the symphony musicians played with remarkable beauty and power.

African Children’s Choir visiting Spokane and performing new music

African Children’s Choir returns to Spokane to perform songs from their newest album “Just As I Am.”

Singer/activist/educator Buffy Sainte-Marie finds balance between life on and off stage

Buffy Sainte-Marie is performing as part of the One Heart Native Arts and Film Festival.

‘New breed of Ratt’ keeping the music alive

The band will headline the Coeur d’Alene Casino Resort Hotel on Oct. 25.

Singer Puddles Pity Party is happy being sad

Puddles will perform a variety of covers at the Bing Crosby Theater on Thursday.

Nashville Sessions brings singer Kalie Shorr to Coeur d’Alene Casino

Kalie Shorr released her “Awake” EP in January.

Lil Yachty, Bhad Bhabie cancel Knitting Factory show

Bhad Bhabie will be performing in Boise on Nov. 20.

UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 17, 2018, 4:49 p.m.

Symphony’s ‘The Heroic’ features pieces both known and nearly forgotten

“Classics 3” features Israeli pianist Alon Goldstein.

Country queen Loretta Lynn on all-female CMT lineup: ‘It’s about dadgum time that we recognize women’

Country music icon Loretta Lynn thinks it’s about dang time that women get their due.

UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 13, 2018, 10:48 p.m.

Spokane String Quartet opens season with Caroline Shaw’s ‘Entr’acte’

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.”

Musician Henry Rollins makes sharing vacation photos fun again

During this tour, Rollins will share photos and stories from his travels to countries including Tibet, Mongolia and Vietnam.

Violinist Shlomo Mintz to perform Mendelssohn concerto with GU orchestra

Kevin Hekmatpanah, Gonzaga’s orchestra director, said the Mendelssohn concerto is “an absolute delight,” that showcases the virtuosity of the soloist.

Alt-rocker Chris Ballew finds new voice with Caspar Babypants

Chris Ballew will perform as Caspar Babypants at Center Place on Saturday.

Matthew Ball, YouTube’s ‘Boogie Woogie Kid,’ performing at Wallace High School

“Boogie Woogie Kid” You Tube sensation, Matthew Ball, is coming to perform at Wallace High School.

Like clockwork, rapper Tech N9ne returns to the Knitting Factory

A prolific writer, Tech N9ne recently announced his next album, “N9na,” will be released sometime next year.

Concert review: Godsmack, Shinedown electrify crowd at Spokane Arena

From the first chord to the last pyrotechnic blast, you could feel every Godsmack drum beat and Shinedown guitar riff echoed in your chest.

Country duo Brothers Osborne share ‘imperfections and all’ on ‘Port Saint Joe’

Brothers John and T.J. Osborne released their sophomore album in April.

Blues legend Keb’ Mo’ trades collaborations for solo show

Keb’ Mo’ will headline the Bing Crosby Theater on Sunday.

Tina Turner reveals her husband donated his kidney to her

Her second husband, Erwin Bach, donated a kidney to her when her kidney health was declining and she was exploring dialysis and assisted suicide as alternatives, she writes in her …

Spokane Symphony adds third ‘Haunted Hallows’ concert

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.

UPDATED: Sun., Oct. 7, 2018, 10:19 p.m.

Symphony review: Nakahara knocks one out of the park

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.

UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 5, 2018, 4:35 p.m.

All Killer, No Filler: Godsmack and Shinedown continue their musical partnership

Godsmack and Shinedown’s co-headlining tour comes to the Spokane Arena with Asking Alexandria opening this weekend.

Conductor Jan Pellant makes official debut with Coeur d’Alene Symphony

“Nineteenth Century Grandeur” features guest soloist Felicity James on violin.

Music director finalist Morihiko Nakahara leads Spokane Symphony in ‘Classics 2’

“Classics 2: The Red Violin” features guest soloist Elizabeth Pitcairn on violin.

UPDATED: Fri., Oct. 5, 2018, 10:09 a.m.

The Red Violin’s journey continues to Spokane this weekend

Violin virtuoso Elizabeth Pitcairn brings “the Red Violin” to perform in concert with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra.

Finishing the puzzle: Terrain’s increased size comes with logistical challenges

For its 11th year, bigger Terrain means building walls. But in a good way. It’s all about making space for more art and larger-scale pieces.

Maryland’s Clutch spills the dirt on ‘Book of Bad Decisions’

Clutch released “Book of Bad Decisions,” its 12th studio album, in September through its own Weathermaker Music.

Hottman Sisters graduate from family jam sessions to national tours and big-time stages

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 …

Originals or standards, spirit drives saxophonist Jeff Coffin

The Dave Matthews Band saxophonist will perform with the Spokane Jazz Orchestra on Saturday.

Raven Music Festival makes debut in Kendall Yards

Kendall Yards and Olmsted Park host the first ever Raven Music Festival in honor of Jim Byrd. In addition to the music festival, attendees will experience a great variety of …