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Friday, June 25, 2021

Spokane Symphony announces its Summer Concerts



The Spokane Symphony just announced three summer outdoor concert events. The three Wednesday concerts will all be held at great local food venues - Arbor Crest Wine Cellars, Brick West Brewing and Beacon Hill Catering & Events - fun ways to enjoy summer evenings, outside with live music and something good to nosh on.

Sunset Symphony at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars - Wednesday, July 28 at 7pm. General admission $25, assigned table seating $55. Arbor Crest is for 21+ only, no outside food or alcohol allowed this year; food and beverages available for purchase, including selections from Chef Chad White's Mediterranean menu.

Spokane Symphony at Brick West Brewing Co.'s West End Plaza - Wednesday, August 11 at 7pm. Admission $18, kids under 18 are free; for $10 more, add your choice of three sandwiches: Greek chicken wrap, Sonnenberg's Italian sausage or Southwest turkey wrap.

Picnic with the Spokane Symphony at Beacon Hill Catering & Events - Wednesday, August 25 at 7pm. Concert admission & picnic package $62 per person includes choice of a gourmet picnic meal; other food and beverages available for purchase.

Tickets go on sale today, Friday, June 25 at spokanesymphony.org/concerts-tickets/symphony-summer-concerts.


Mozart On A Summer's Eve Concerts July 20 & 21



Northwest BachFest will present Magical Musical Evenings for its 30th annual Mozart On A Summer's Eve, with two concerts in July on Tuesday, July 20 at 7pm with a repeat performance on Wednesday, July 21 at 7pm on the lawn East of the Duncan Gardens fountain in Manito Park.

The first half of the concert will be cellist extraordinaire Zuill Bailey performing with pianist Richard Dowling the Rachmaninoff Cello Sonata in G minor. Then a fun, eclectic program continues with Jazz, Joplin, Broadway and more. The amazing talents of pianists Richard Dowling, Matt Herskowitz, and Broadway Diva Shelly Watson will be on full display.

Tickets are limited this year to avoid crowding. Visit www.nwbachfest.com to purchase tickets.

This week's concerts at Arbor Crest



This Sunday, June 27, Grand Avenue performs at Arbor Crest Wine Cellars. Admission is $15. And on Thursday, July 1, Rusty Jackson takes the stage. Admission for Thursday is $8. Wine, beer and food is available for purchase. Music runs from 5:30-7:30 both nights.

For tickets and more information, visit arborcrest.com.


Spokane Valley Summer Theater performances this weekend

Enjoy 'live' showcase-style performances with some of your favorite Spokane Valley Summer Theater actors and musicians in a beautiful outdoor setting on the new West Lawn Plaza at CenterPlace. 'Under the Stars' performances are this Saturday, June 26 at 7:30pm and Sunday, June 27 at 4pm. Emmy award winner Susanna Baylon emcees.

And more performance from Spokane Valley Summer Theater this Saturday, June 26 at 4pm and Sunday, June 27 at 1pm, 'Rising Stars.' Performances by SVST rising star teen and young adult performers, many professionally trained, preparing for or attending leading performing arts institutions throughout the country.

Visit www.svsummertheatre.com for tickets and more information.


The Black Universe at Terrain Art Gallery



This Friday and Saturday, June 25 & 26, from 6-8pm, Terrain Art Gallery will exhibit the work of Hazel Miller. 'The Black Universe' is inspired by ancient human life, Zen Buddhism, and the color black; its themes include womanhood, rebirth, botany and altered states of consciousness. It explores the many selves that women in particular occupy. In-person and online viewing.

Visit www.terrainspokane.com.




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