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  • ‘Les Mis’ stage hits right notes

    Last Friday, five young actors from Spokane Civic Theatre walked onto the stage at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. As they took in the space before them – …


  • ‘Les Mis’ stage hits right notes

    Last Friday, five young actors from Spokane Civic Theatre walked onto the stage at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. As they took in the space before them – …


  • Party promises eclectic mix

    Nicole Lewis has played Elkfest and Art on the Green, Pig Out in the Park and the Harvest Festival at Green Bluff. She’s shared the stage frequently with the Spokane …


  • Review: Violinist, symphony give magnificent show

    We lovers of concert music in Spokane are much indebted to the generosity of individual benefactors and foundations. Thanks to gifts from the Johnston-Fix and Mary Jewett Gaiser foundations, weekend …


  • Spotlight: Balazs, Gendron, Schindler go ‘Wall to Wall’ at SFCC

    This past week, the Fine Arts Gallery at Spokane Falls Community College opened its door to a full exhibit. Packed full.


  • Familiar home for the holidays

    It’s been more than month since the Spokane Symphony Orchestra sat upon the stage at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. Their four-week labor dispute has been settled just …


  • Spokane Symphony cancels more performances

    The Spokane Symphony announced today several more shows will be cancelled due to the musicians’ Nov. 3 strike.


  • Orchestra, board hope to talk soon

    Both sides in the Spokane Symphony Orchestra’s first-ever strike say they hope to meet again this week to resolve a dispute that’s already canceled one performance. The musicians and symphony …


  • Symphony review: Mahler work gets sublime treatment

    How far can you travel from Spokane in one hour and 20 minutes? By car, you can reach Moses Lake; by plane, Portland. If you took a seat in the …


  • Symphony review: The passion and joy born of tribulation

    We all suffer; it is an inescapable fact of human life. Disappointment, toil and loss give shape to our lives, as do love, joy and achievement. Only a few of …


  • Precise cowboys delight audience

    On Saturday night, Riders in the Sky joined the Spokane Symphony Orchestra and resident conductor Morihiko Nakahara at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, delighting a capacity audience. The …


  • Orchestra review: The highs and lows of interpretation

    Saturday’s concert of the Spokane Symphony Orchestra at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox illustrated both the benefits and the risks of building a program out of acclaimed masterpieces. …


  • Symphony review: Cellist taps passion in concerto

    Ralph Kirshbaum, distinguished cellist and educator, came to Spokane to perform with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. It was a gift that few in the audience Saturday night, who had slipped …


  • Bad economy has silver lining

    Once, I sat through an excruciating orchestral rendition of “The Nutcracker Suite.” You know the famous part that goes, “Dah-da-da-dah-dut-dah”?


  • Event to showcase tribe’s culture

    Children and families can immerse themselves in the music and culture of the Spokane Tribe at a special program Sunday at CenterStage and the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. …