From the Spokane Symphony season, to Kris Kristofferson, Carrie Underwood and Penn & Teller, there is some entertainment option for every taste going on sale in the next couple days. Operators are standing by…
Tickets go on sale at 12:01 Friday to see:
Black Violin on Nov. 17 at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. Tickets are $38-$48 through TicketsWest.
The Spokane Symphony Classics season, held at the Fox:
“The Bohemian Spirit,” Sept. 8-9, with guest pianist Charlie Albright;
“The Red Violin,” Oct. 6-7, with guest violinist Elizabeth Pitcairn and conducted by music director finalist Morihiko Nakahara;
“The Heroic,” Oct. 20-21, with guest pianist Alon Goldstein;
“Sibelius and Brahms,” with the the Silver-Garburg piano duo;
“Dvorak and Rachmaninoff,” Jan. 19-20, with violinist Mateusz Wolski and the Spokane Symphony Chorale;
“Passion’s Pursuit,” Feb. 16-17, with guest pianist Haochen Zhang and music director finalist James Howe;
“Korngold And Shostakovich,” March 9-10, with guest violinist Angelo Xiang Yu and music director finalists Rei Hotoda;
“French Mystique,” March 23-24, with guest violinist Simone Porter and music director finalist Arthur Arnold;
“Russian Virtuosity,” April 13-14, with guest cellist Istvan Várdai, and music director finalist Jayce Ogren; and
“Eckart’s Farewell,” May 4-5, with guest percussionist Nebojša Jovan Živković and Eckart Preu conducting his final concerts as the symphony’s music director.
Tickets are $19-$60 through TicketsWest.
“Cirque de la Symphonie” on Oct. 13, conducted by Morihiko Nakahara;
“ABBA The Concert,” Nov. 20, conducted by Jorge Luis Uzcátegui;
Holiday Pops, featuring the Spokane Symphony Chorale, Spokane Area Youth Choirs and conducted by Morihiko Nakahara;
Michael Cavanaugh – “The Music Of Billy Joel,” Feb. 2, with Morihiko Nakahara, conductor;
Seamus Egan Project, March 3, with Morihiko Nakahara, conductor;
Pink Martini, April 26-27, conducted by Jorge Luis Uzcátegui.
Tickets are $39-$86 through TicketsWest.
“Haunted Hallows: The Music of Harry Potter,” performed by the Spokane Symphony and conducted by Eckart Preu, for two shows on Oct. 27. at the Fox. Tickets are $20-$50 through TicketsWest.
“The Nutcracker,” featuring the Spokane Symphony and the State Street Ballet, on Nov. 29-Dec. 2 at the Fox. Tickets are $17.50-$82 through TicketsWest.
New Year’s Eve: Beethoven’s Ninth, on Dec. 31 at the Fox. Tickets are $13-$52 through TicketsWest.
Chamber Soirees at the Historic Davenport Hotel: Sept. 25-26, Jan. 29-30 and March 26-27. Tickets are $22-$150 thorugh TicketsWest
The Fox Family Series: “Recycled Percussion” on Sept. 29, “Cirque Zuma Zuma” on Feb. 1, and “That Physics Show” on April 6. All are at the Fox. Tickets are $25-$60 through TicketsWest.
Baroque Series in local churches on Dec. 8-9 and Feb. 23-24. Tickets are $45 for the series and $30 each, through TicketsWest.
Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday to see:
Greyhounds on Oct. 7 at the Bartlett. Tickets are $10-$12 through Ticketfly.
Random Rab on Oct. 20 at the the Bartlett. Tickets are $10 through Ticketfly.
The Garden on Nov. 11 at the Bartlett. Tickets are $15-$18 through Ticketfly.
“So You Think You Can Dance Live” on Dec. 9 at the INB Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $31.50-$67 through TicketsWest.
Kris Kristofferson and the Strangers on Jan. 13 at the Fox. Tickets are $35-$65 through TicketsWest.
Postmodern Jukebox on March 14 at the Fox. Tickets are $43-$108 through TicketsWest.
Carrie Underwood on May 22 at Spokane Arena. Tickets are $46-$96 throught TicketsWest.
Tickets are on sale at 8:30 a.m. Saturday to see:
Aaron Lewis on Oct. 9 at Northern Quest Resort & Casino. Tickets are $45-$65 through the casino box office.
Penn & Teller on Oct. 12 at Northern Quest. Tickets are $65-$95 through the casino box office.
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