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Wednesday, June 26, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Stories tagged: Spokane Area Children's Chorus


In its 25th season, Children’s Chorus enjoys global reach

When the Spokane Area Children’s Chorus was born 25 years ago, it consisted of less than a dozen young singers. Today, the singers are still young, but the organization itself? …


Spotlight: Holiday season offers bevy of events

The holidays are nearly upon us, with dozens of related arts events on the way. When I say dozens, that’s no exaggeration. Yet I wanted to pick out a few …


Preu takes his turn with ‘Carmina Burana’

It’s tempting to think of Carl Orff as a one-trick pony. The German composer wrote “Carmina Burana,” the most often performed and most popular of works for orchestra, chorus and …


Chorus has been encouraging young voices for 25 years

The lilting sound of an angel chorus filtered through Westminster Congregational Church on a recent Wednesday evening. By following the echoes up staircases and down hallways a visitor opened a …


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 …


Volunteers guide grade school students

An excited buzz whispered through Patricia Bassett’s classroom at Linwood Elementary on a recent morning. It was a big day for the fifth grade beginning strings class. For the first …


Spotlight: City’s Arts Awards winners include Walter, Lucas

The winners of the City of Spokane Arts Awards have now been notified – which means we can notify everyone else, in advance of the awards presentation Monday at 6 …