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  • The Year in Arts & Culture
  • The Year in Arts & Culture

    The year young artists got scrappy, the symphony stayed inside and a sex scandal had theatergoers taking sides
      of artist-friends, who got almost 30 artists to spend 24 hours each in the space, doing whatever they wanted to do. The Transcendence Project was a collaboration with Our Kids Our Business to put youngsters in contact with young artists on big, transitory public art projects.
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  • A Piano Apart
  • A Piano Apart

    John Marshall wants to have a beer with Johannes Brahms. He has some cello questions.
      Brahms´ second piano concerto isn’t really a piano concerto. “It is not a usual piano concerto — it is a symphony with solo piano. That [distinction] is very important,” says Vladimir Feltsman, who will perform the piece this weekend with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra.
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  • Cuts in the Score
  • Cuts in the Score

    The Spokane Symphony’s offerings are diminishing. Is this a warning of further cuts or a wise retrenchment?
      Last%uFFFD Monday, a 24-year tradition was broken: The Spokane Symphony Orchestra didn’t play a free Labor Day concert at Comstock Park. The SSO also cancelled its October Super- Pops concert, downsized its office space and dipped into its endowment to the tune of $350,000.
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  • Sassy Soiree
  • Sassy Soiree

    If the Spokane Symphony seems a little on edge recently, there’s a good reason for it.
      So the Symphony got creative. Enter “Soiree on the Edge”: A squeeze of musical juices from both “Symphony on the Edge” and the Chamber Soirees — the Symphony’s highly popular and intimate group performances, held three times a year in the Davenport Hotel’s Marie Antoinette Ballroom.
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  • Intoxicated by the Music
  • Intoxicated by the Music

    This weekend, the Spokane Symphony wants you to go on a tipsy, sugar-high bender.
      And for two hours before Sunday’s matinee concert, fathers will be able to celebrate their very own day by slurping up eight flavors of the Brain Freeze stuff, including chocolate fudge brownie, huckleberry, pink bubblegum, apple butter, and two...
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  • May the Forte Be With You
  • May the Forte Be With You

    Orchestra fans, put on your Sith gear.
      Just by listening to the score, one can mentally pinpoint the sagacious gaze emulating from Yoda’s glassy, half-mast eyes, the ominous appearance of Darth Vader and his red-cloaked cronies, the seedy Mos Eisley Cantina where fleshy-colored aliens...
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  • The French, Fried
  • The French, Fried

    One German maestro rates the Frenchiness of Friday night's French music.
      And it worked: No. 85 was La Reine’s — the queen’s, Marie Antoinette’s — favorite What’s French about it? The second movement (of four) presents several variations on a popular French song of the era. “He hammers that thing to death,” Preu says.
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