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Music legend Ronnie Milsap has rescheduled his concert for Sept. 28 at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. Ticketholders for the original March 24 date are encouraged to hold on to their tickets, as those tickets will be honored for the new performance.
The theater in downtown Spokane will go dark for a month as the nation grapples with a potentially virus.
This journalist doesn’t speak or understand Spanish, but Prince Royce’s “Alter Ego Tour” stop at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on March 6 was nonetheless a thoroughly enjoyable, high-energy showcase for the singer-songwriter’s vocal talent, charisma and dance moves.
This weekend, after nearly a decade, the Spokane Symphony will welcome Grammy Award winner and nine-time All-Ireland Fiddle Champion Eileen Ivers back to Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox for an evening of instrumental folk and contemporary Celtic song.
Singer-songwriter Prince Royce broke out in 2010 with his No. 1 self-titled album and two No. 1 hits, “Corazon Sin Cara” and his Spanish cover of Ben E. King’s “Stand by Me.” Since that initial success, more top albums and singles have followed, and Royce is celebrating his career with the new “Alter Ego Tour.”
President Donald Trump defended his administration’s response to the coronavirus and his confrontational style of name-calling political opponents as he fielded questions from the public in his first TV town hall of the 2020 election cycle
How fortunate Spokane is not only to have secured the talents of James Lowe as the new principal conductor and music director of the Spokane Symphony, but also to have retained its brilliant resident conductor, Morihiko Nakahara.
Those who purchased tickets to the concert, which was scheduled to take place Thursday at the Fox, will receive a refund.
When Paul “Doc” Nigh moved to Liberty Lake last year, he brought with him his customized DeLorean modified to the specifications of the “Back to the Future” model.
A sizable crowd of people poured into Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Sunday having decided to brighten their afternoon by listening to the Spokane String Quartet. The quartet is made up of leading string players from the Spokane Symphony (Mateusz Wolski and Amanda Howard-Phillips, violins, Jeannette Wee-Yang, viola, and Helen Byrne, cello).
A couple months ago, the Whitworth Pirates lost three times in the span of five games.
Kevin Hekmatpanah, music professor at Gonzaga University and director of the Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra, has scored yet another coup in bringing to Spokane one of the world’s greatest musicians, the Japanese-born American violinist Midori.
All music is a mixture of horizontal and vertical elements. The horizontal elements are those that take shape over time as we listen to a musical passage from beginning to end.
On the auspicious date of the “harmonic convergence” of 1987, Helen and Leonard Byrne began their married life amid harmonies of a different kind altogether. Nearly half of the Spokane Symphony is comprised of married couples; the majority of these, like the Byrnes, met and married after joining.
If you’ve been to the symphony before, you’ve likely heard your fair share of violin and piano soloists, perhaps a few cellos. But a trumpet? Joining the Spokane Symphony Orchestra this weekend, Allen Vizzutti will perform the rarely heard and famously difficult Tomasi Trumpet Concerto.
Between teaching and performing with the Spokane Symphony, David Armstrong, assistant principal second violin, has spent his limited free time pursuing orchestral arrangement and composition, a musical hobby dating back to his college days.
International modern swing groups like Caravan Palace and Parov Stelar have been drawing the attention of music and dance lovers worldwide for the last decade, and, as we enter the sure-to-be-termed “Roaring 2020’s,” it’s about time for a resurgence.
The last time she brought her one-woman comedy show, “Older and Wider,” to Spokane, in September 2018, Julia Sweeney was worried about filling the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox.
The nation’s media critic-in-chief is back on the job
It’s a symphony concert that Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Merida, Fergus, Nemo, Dory, Carl Fredricksen, Russell, Mr. Incredible and Elastigirl, Miguel and more are certain to enjoy with their family and friends.