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Thursday, December 9, 2021

NW BachFest Live concerts this weekend at Barrister Winery

Northwest BachFest Live continues in December with two concerts at Barrister Winery, 1213 W. Railroad Avenue in Spokane. Performers include Northwest BachFest Artistic Director Zuill Bailey on cello, Helen Hwaya Kim on violin, and Jasmin Arakawa on piano. This Saturday, December 11 at 7pm, Concerto Night featuring Bach, Victor Herbert and Brahms.

On Sunday, December 12 at 3pm, Celebrating Virtuosity - A lively program features Piazzolla, Clara Schumann, Saint Saens and more.

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Spokane Symphony Holiday Pops with Cami Bradley and Whitney Dean December 18 & 19 at The Fox

This year's Holiday Pops concert with the Spokane Symphony will have two performances, Saturday, December 18 at 8pm and Sunday, December 19 at 2pm at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. Cami Bradley, Spokane's talented finalist from 'America's Got Talent,' and her musical partner, Whitney Dean, together known as the nationally acclaimed pop-folk duo, The Sweeplings, star in this year's Holiday Pops. The program, a Spokane favorite, conducted by Morihiko Nakahara, includes selections by the Spokane Symphony Chorale, a Christmas Carol singalong, and an appearance by a delightful out-of-town guest, Santa Claus!

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Drive-thru Holiday Lights begin this Friday at Manito Park

The Manito Holiday Lights will be even more spectacular this year, and walk-thru days have been added just for pedestrians. Last year, this event transitioned to drive-thru only to align with COVID 19 guidelines in place at the time, however, over five times the number of community members were able to attend compared to the traditional holiday lights event. Based on the success and enthusiasm of last year, it seemed right to make it a new tradition.

The dates for this year's event are:
Drive-thru (only) event: December 10-16, 6:30-9:30pm
Walk-thru (only) event: December 17-19, 6:30-8:30pm.

Enjoy a one-half mile loop through the park, beginning near the Park Bench Cafe, past the Ferris Perennial Gardens, under and then across the historic rock arch bridge, past the Rose Garden, and exit onto 21st Ave. The indoor light show at the Gaiser Conservatory will not happen this year, but the Conservatory will be open regular daytime hours, but not be decorated with lights.

The Manito Holiday Lights event is free to the public. The show is funded through generous support of community sponsors, and produced by the non-profit volunteer group The Friends of Manito and Spokane Parks & Recreation. Donations are welcome, you can donate with cash during the show or online. For driving directions, maps, and more information, visit

Christmas Tree Elegance continues through Sunday December 12

Christmas Tree Elegance is going on now and continues through this Sunday, December 12. This annual holiday fundraising event, produced by Spokane Symphony Associates, benefits the Spokane Symphony. This year, fifteen beautifully decorated trees and accompanying gifts are on display on the mezzanine at the Historic Davenport Hotel and in the second-floor corridor of River Park Square. The $1 raffle tickets offer a chance to win a theme-decorated tree and prizes which include gift certificates, items and cash valued up to $4,999, or a Father Christmas sculpture. The drawing for winners of all 15 trees and Father Christmas will take place this Sunday, December 12.

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Spokane Jazz Orchestra Holiday Concert this Saturday at the Bing

The Spokane Jazz Orchestra returns to the stage at The Bing for the first time in two years for a Holiday Concert featuring the cherished Christmas music of Nat King Cole, with guest vocalist Horace Alexander Young. Other selections include the music of artists such as Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Bill Holman, Buddy Rich, and Maynard Ferguson, as well as original compositions and arrangements by members of the ensemble. The concert is this Saturday, December 11 at 7:30pm.

Guest artist Horace Alexander Young is an accomplished vocalist, arranger and musician with a great onstage personality. His active touring and recording career spans more than three decades and 19 countries. He is an associate professor at Washington State University, where one of his focus areas is Jazz Studies.

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