The long-running Spokane Historic Concert series has postponed two shows this week due to icy roads and slushy conditions. The concerts were scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday and were to take place at the Knight House on West Sumner Avenue.
David Dutton, artistic director of Spokane Historic Concerts, says this week’s concert will likely be rescheduled, but a date has not been decided. He will be notifying those who have already purchased tickets about the postponement. Those patrons will also be contacted when and if the concert will be rescheduled, Dutton said.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, Spokane Historic Concerts presents intimate performances of orchestral music in some of Spokane’s oldest houses. The canceled concert was going to be a Valentine’s Day-themed program titled “Songs of Love and Peace” and was to feature Jadd Davis, artistic director of Coeur d’Alene Summer Theater.
If you have questions regarding the concert, Dutton can be contacted at (509) 533-9593.
– Nathan Weinbender
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