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Tango Volcado, “Prairie Songs: Remembering Ántonia” make Spokane debuts at the Bartlett

Tango Volcado will perform for the first time with pianist Jody Graves, and “Prairie Songs: Remembering Ántonia” will have its Washington premiere.

Review: Accordionist Patricia Bartell sweeps symphony with solo

Two of the brightest planets in Spokane’s musical firmament teamed up this weekend, when accordionist Patricia Bartell joined Eckart Preu and the Spokane Symphony Orchestra on the stage of the …

Concert lets accordionist ‘play outside the box’

The Spokane Symphony’s season comes to an end this weekend with a concert that neatly illustrates just how diverse an average program is: The composers represented in the season closer …

Bartell is the force behind this week’s international accordion fest

Patricia Bartell is a native Bolivian, adopted when she was nearly 5 by parents who took her home to Charlo, Mont., seven miles northeast of the National Bison Range. Her …

Spotlight: New theater group plans its first play

There’s a new theater company in the Idaho Panhandle. The JACC Theater Troupe was formed this spring by the Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center in Post Falls and will be …

Symphony review: Accordion tango proves hard to match

The marketing slogan for this year’s Spokane Symphony season is simply “Say WOW.” Music Director Eckart Preu explains: “One of our goals this year is to surprise you at every …