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Spokane Symphony to screen ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ with live music

Tickets for the show, conducted by Jorge Luis Uzcategui, go on sale Dec. 6.

State Street Ballet, Spokane Symphony reunite for ‘the Nutcracker’

State Street Ballet will return to the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox to perform with the Spokane Symphony, conducted by Jorge Luis Uzcategui, and more than 75 local dancers …

UPDATED: Thu., Aug. 30, 2018, 2:43 p.m.

Labor Day concerts mark beginning of Eckart Preu’s final season with Spokane Symphony

Eckart Preu and assistant conductor Jorge Luis Uzcategui will share conducting duties during both performances.

Legendary folk singer Judy Collins keeps the noteworthy projects coming

Judy Collins will join the Spokane Symphony, conducted by Jorge Luis Uzcátegui, on Saturday.

Uzcátegui makes Coeur d’Alene Symphony debut with “Music from Scandinavia”

Classical music fans in Coeur d’Alene will get their first taste of Spokane Symphony assistant conductor Jorge Luis Uzcátegui Friday and Saturday when he makes his Coeur d’Alene Symphony debut …

UPDATED: Wed., March 8, 2017, 5:40 p.m.

Symphony mixes No-Li brews and Beethoven

As history tells it, Ludwig van Beethoven wasn’t shy when it came to drinking, so much so that it’s noted in “The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven: Volume 3” by …

‘City Lights,’ symphony close out SpIFF

Charlie Chaplin’s “City Lights” is one of those rare films that will make you laugh until you cry, and then, in its final moments, make you cry for real. It’s …

Uzcátegui brings Venzuelan flavor to Spokane Symphony’s Holiday Pops

The Spokane Symphony’s upcoming Holiday Pops concert promises to feature some big names. Mozart. Handel. Bach. Santa. The annual Christmas spectacular, which lights up the Fox Theater this weekend, will …

New assistant director for Spokane Symphony making debut with ‘Psycho’ concert

It’s nearly impossible to imagine now, but Alfred Hitchcock originally intended the shocking shower scene in his 1960 horror classic “Psycho” to be totally silent. The film’s composer, Bernard Herrmann, …