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Thursday, November 19, 2020

Spokane Symphony Gala Tonight!

The Spokane Symphony's online Gala is tonight, November 19 from 7-8pm. You can sign up and watch from the comfort of your home. This special virtual benefit concert supports the Spokane Symphony and will feature Music Director James Lowe, live performances by Spokane Symphony musicians and an exclusive performance by Thomas Lauderdale and China Forbes of Pink Martini.

The Gala 2020 silent auction is open, and there are exciting packages up for bid including a Movie Night or Photo Shoot at The Fox for your entire family, a shopping spree and night out at River Park Square, and fabulous dinners at The Wandering Table and Inland Pacific Kitchen. Support the Symphony while enjoying the best Downtown Spokane has to offer.

You only need to purchase one ticket per household to have access to the event. For tickets and more information, visit

NW BachFest 'Across The Miles' Series this weekend

'Across The Miles' series offers the sights and sounds of live performances in high-definition video and high-fidelity audio for favorite devices. These performances offer a better than a front row seat experience right in viewers' homes. Each performance video on the BachFest YouTube channel and accessed with information at ticket purchase will be available for four designated days unless otherwise noted. Passes to the performances include Artistic Director Zuill Bailey's pre-concert talks.

The series continues with Beethoven, Chopin and More with Richard Dowling on piano. And, this program now includes Part 2 which features Richard playing Gershwin and music of Scott Joplin. Performances are available Friday, November 20 through Monday, November 23.

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Live at Lucky You this Friday

Lucky You Lounge is offering livestream concerts, and this Friday, November 20 features Carmen Jane and BaLonely hosted by Steven Herevia. Concert begins at 8pm. You can enjoy an evening of great music and help support our local music community.

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Spokane Public Radio Kids' Concert this Saturday

Don't miss this fun Kids' Concert, which explores the evolution of keyboard instruments in America, developed and hosted by Jim Tevenan, and features the area musicians Melody Puller, Timothy Westerhaus, and Mary Trotter. Listen in with the whole family this Saturday, November 21 at 1pm to brighten up your Saturday afternoon. Tune in to 91.1 FM.

'Parlor music,' the name describes a kind of music written for home use, especially in the period between the end of the American Civil War (1865) and the outbreak of World War I in Europe (1914). Parlor music includes mainly songs for voice and piano, but also solo keyboard music for piano and harmonium, or reed organ, and music for other instruments popular at that time, especially flute, guitar and violin. You can learn more about our upcoming concert and the performers. For more information, visit

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