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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Banu Gibson & New Orleans Hot Jazz with the Spokane Symphony Saturday night at the Opera House "Banu Gibson and her hot jazz sextet were ably backed by the Spokane Symphony in a tastefully restrained version of New Orleans jazz Saturday. Nobody danced on the tabletops - or even in the aisles - but it was a good time all the same."

Sawyer Brown Wednesday At The Coliseum

"There seems to be an inexhaustible supply of young fans who connect with Sawyer Brown's cowboy chic and country-pop anthems. "The Walk" may be a great song but these fans come to hear "Betty's Bein' Bad" and "Some Girls Do" and Sawyer Brown sends them home grinning."

Glowing Sound From Lafayette String Quartet

The Lafayette String Quartet consists of violinists Ann Elliott-Goldschmidt and Sharon Stanis, violist Joanna Hood and cellist Pamela Highbaugh-Aloni.

Spokane Symphony Orchestra Opera House, Friday Night

"Guest conductor Yazuyoshi Akiyama led the Spokane Symphony deep into the romantic heart of Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 3. Flute soloist Marina Piccinini lavished her caressing tone and fleet fingers equally on the gold of Mozart's Concerto in G and the flashy tinsel of Francois Borne's 'Carman Fantasie."'

Steve Perry Comes Back Strong With Romance, Guitars

Steve Perry Monday, Jan. 9, Spokane Opera House Steve Perry, as one woman put it, is the rock 'n' roll equivalent of the romance novel. The theory is simple: Romance is a big, unfulfilled void in the lives of most women. And Perry's music fills it.

Allegro Shines With ‘Lights’

Allegro's "Feast of Lights" Tuesday, Jan. 10, The Met Allegro's "Feast of Lights" program Tuesday was a polished presentation. The program stayed well within the confines of a small subset of the Baroque era: the light chamber Baroque. Within those confines, however, the gently undulating tension and release of the period was revealed. This not only occurred for each selection but was carried over to the program as a whole.