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Interviews and performances from inside the studios of Spokane Public Radio in Spokane, WA.

Latest Episodes

From the Studio: Red Bird Theatre presents Into the Woods

Red Bird Theatre is presenting "Into the "Woods," a musical for the whole family that puts a modern twist on the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales, beginning Thursday and continuing through September 29 at The Salvation Army Kroc Center in Coeur d'Alene. Principals involved in the production stopped by the studio for an interview with Verne. Listen to Kylee, as the Witch, sing "Stay With Me," and Kenzi, as Little Red, sing "I Know Things Now."

18 MIN14 hours ago
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From the Studio: Red Bird Theatre presents Into the Woods

From the Studio: Inland Northwest Opera's Madame Butterfly

Inland Northwest Opera will present Madame Butterfly for two performances only: 7:30 PM Friday and 2 PM Sunday at the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. The opera is sung in Italian with English supertitles. Dawn Wolski, general director, and soprano Elizabeth Caballero stopped by the studio to talk with Verne about what the audience can expect, about bringing the lead role of Cio-Cio-San to life, and to share some of the music written by Puccini for the opera, which moves listeners from

20 MIN16 hours ago
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From the Studio: Inland Northwest Opera's Madame Butterfly

From the Studio: Symphony Week Part Five

Symphony Week wraps up with Spokane Symphony's Music Director, James Lowe, and Guest Pianist, William Wolfram, discussing American masterpieces and their approaches to interpretting and performing them. Spokane Symphony performs Masterworks 1: American Rhythms, including works by George Gershwin, John Adams, and Aaron Copland, Saturday, September 14 at 8 PM, and Sunday, September 15 at 3 PM. Doors open 90 minutes prior to the performance. For tickets and more information, visit .

27 MIN4 days ago
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From the Studio: Symphony Week Part Five

From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Four

Symphony Week continues with Spokane Symphony's Jeff vom Saal (Executive Director) and Janet Napoles (Manager of Education Programs), discussing educational outreach for students from kindergarten through 12th grades. Also in the studio is 2019-2020's Principal Trombonist, John Church, who talks about his musical education and career, and performs the first movement of Jacques Casterede's "Sonatine" with accompanist Tiffany Wang. For more information on Spokane Symphony's educational programs,

27 MIN5 days ago
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From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Four

From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Three

Day three of Symphony Week at Spokane Public Radio brings another conversation with James Lowe, Musical Director of the Spokane Symphony Orchestra, this time on the subject of music and health, with Dr. John J. Demakas, Chief Medical Officer of MultiCare Neuroscience Institute. Two Symphony musicians, Larry Jess (Principal Trumpet) and Patrick McNally (Principal Double Bass) join the program to discuss their work as musicians before and after health crises. For more information on James Lowe and

31 MIN6 days ago
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From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Three

From the Studio: Garrison Keillor

Verne has a conversation with Garrison Keillor in advance of his appearance with the Coeur d'Alene Symphony. See Garrison Keillor and the Coeur d'Alene Symphony 7:30 PM, Saturday, September 14. For tickets and more information, visit .

16 MIN6 days ago
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From the Studio: Garrison Keillor

From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Two

"Creative" doesn't begin to scratch the surface of the versatility of the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. In a studio interview, three musicians, joined by Dan Cotter, general manager, and Jake Ray, box office manager, described what it takes to create programs with themes of mayhem and mystery, the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, rock music and movies, and more. Listen and be inspired!

34 MIN1 weeks ago
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From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Two

From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part One

It's Symphony Week at Spokane Public Radio, and Jim Tevenan welcomes James Lowe for his first season as Music Director of the Spokane Symphony. Also in the studio, with an overview of the Symphony's 74th season, an update on the "State of the Symphony," and news of the Movies & Music programs are Jeff vom Saal (Executive Director), Bethany Schoeff-Cotter (Director of Artistic Administration & Orchestra Personnel Manager), and Brian Ritter (General Manager of the Martin Woldson Theater at

34 MIN1 weeks ago
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From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part One

From the Studio: Jenny Anne Mannan

Songwriter, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Jenny Anne Mannan visits the studio to talk about her life in music and her new album, "Carnies & Cowboys." The record release show for "Carnies & Cowboys" will feature Jenny Anne, backed by Her Angel Band--a host of stellar local and regional musicians--and special guests Sara and Sean Watkins, performing as Watkins Family Hour. The release show takes place Friday, September 13, at 8 PM (Doors at 7 PM) at the Bing Crosby Theater, 901 West

30 MIN1 weeks ago
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From the Studio: Jenny Anne Mannan

From the Studio: Ignite Community Theatre Presents "See How They Run"

Ignite Community Theatre visits the studio with a preview of their new production, Philip King's riotous farce, "See How They Run." Karen Brathovde, Director, and members of the cast Dan Griffith (Arthur Humphrey), George Morrison (Bishop of Lax), Tristen Canfield (Miss Skillon), and Michelle Bakken (Ida, the maid) discuss their roles and perform a scene from the show. "See How They Run" opens 7:30 PM Friday, September 13, and runs through September 29. For tickets and more information, visit .

13 MIN1 weeks ago
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From the Studio: Ignite Community Theatre Presents "See How They Run"

Latest Episodes

From the Studio: Red Bird Theatre presents Into the Woods

Red Bird Theatre is presenting "Into the "Woods," a musical for the whole family that puts a modern twist on the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tales, beginning Thursday and continuing through September 29 at The Salvation Army Kroc Center in Coeur d'Alene. Principals involved in the production stopped by the studio for an interview with Verne. Listen to Kylee, as the Witch, sing "Stay With Me," and Kenzi, as Little Red, sing "I Know Things Now."

18 MIN14 hours ago
Comments
From the Studio: Red Bird Theatre presents Into the Woods

From the Studio: Inland Northwest Opera's Madame Butterfly

Inland Northwest Opera will present Madame Butterfly for two performances only: 7:30 PM Friday and 2 PM Sunday at the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. The opera is sung in Italian with English supertitles. Dawn Wolski, general director, and soprano Elizabeth Caballero stopped by the studio to talk with Verne about what the audience can expect, about bringing the lead role of Cio-Cio-San to life, and to share some of the music written by Puccini for the opera, which moves listeners from

20 MIN16 hours ago
Comments
From the Studio: Inland Northwest Opera's Madame Butterfly

From the Studio: Symphony Week Part Five

Symphony Week wraps up with Spokane Symphony's Music Director, James Lowe, and Guest Pianist, William Wolfram, discussing American masterpieces and their approaches to interpretting and performing them. Spokane Symphony performs Masterworks 1: American Rhythms, including works by George Gershwin, John Adams, and Aaron Copland, Saturday, September 14 at 8 PM, and Sunday, September 15 at 3 PM. Doors open 90 minutes prior to the performance. For tickets and more information, visit .

27 MIN4 days ago
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From the Studio: Symphony Week Part Five

From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Four

Symphony Week continues with Spokane Symphony's Jeff vom Saal (Executive Director) and Janet Napoles (Manager of Education Programs), discussing educational outreach for students from kindergarten through 12th grades. Also in the studio is 2019-2020's Principal Trombonist, John Church, who talks about his musical education and career, and performs the first movement of Jacques Casterede's "Sonatine" with accompanist Tiffany Wang. For more information on Spokane Symphony's educational programs,

27 MIN5 days ago
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From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Four

From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Three

Day three of Symphony Week at Spokane Public Radio brings another conversation with James Lowe, Musical Director of the Spokane Symphony Orchestra, this time on the subject of music and health, with Dr. John J. Demakas, Chief Medical Officer of MultiCare Neuroscience Institute. Two Symphony musicians, Larry Jess (Principal Trumpet) and Patrick McNally (Principal Double Bass) join the program to discuss their work as musicians before and after health crises. For more information on James Lowe and

31 MIN6 days ago
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From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Three

From the Studio: Garrison Keillor

Verne has a conversation with Garrison Keillor in advance of his appearance with the Coeur d'Alene Symphony. See Garrison Keillor and the Coeur d'Alene Symphony 7:30 PM, Saturday, September 14. For tickets and more information, visit .

16 MIN6 days ago
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From the Studio: Garrison Keillor

From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Two

"Creative" doesn't begin to scratch the surface of the versatility of the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. In a studio interview, three musicians, joined by Dan Cotter, general manager, and Jake Ray, box office manager, described what it takes to create programs with themes of mayhem and mystery, the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, rock music and movies, and more. Listen and be inspired!

34 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part Two

From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part One

It's Symphony Week at Spokane Public Radio, and Jim Tevenan welcomes James Lowe for his first season as Music Director of the Spokane Symphony. Also in the studio, with an overview of the Symphony's 74th season, an update on the "State of the Symphony," and news of the Movies & Music programs are Jeff vom Saal (Executive Director), Bethany Schoeff-Cotter (Director of Artistic Administration & Orchestra Personnel Manager), and Brian Ritter (General Manager of the Martin Woldson Theater at

34 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
From the Studio: Symphony Week, Part One

From the Studio: Jenny Anne Mannan

Songwriter, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Jenny Anne Mannan visits the studio to talk about her life in music and her new album, "Carnies & Cowboys." The record release show for "Carnies & Cowboys" will feature Jenny Anne, backed by Her Angel Band--a host of stellar local and regional musicians--and special guests Sara and Sean Watkins, performing as Watkins Family Hour. The release show takes place Friday, September 13, at 8 PM (Doors at 7 PM) at the Bing Crosby Theater, 901 West

30 MIN1 weeks ago
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From the Studio: Jenny Anne Mannan

From the Studio: Ignite Community Theatre Presents "See How They Run"

Ignite Community Theatre visits the studio with a preview of their new production, Philip King's riotous farce, "See How They Run." Karen Brathovde, Director, and members of the cast Dan Griffith (Arthur Humphrey), George Morrison (Bishop of Lax), Tristen Canfield (Miss Skillon), and Michelle Bakken (Ida, the maid) discuss their roles and perform a scene from the show. "See How They Run" opens 7:30 PM Friday, September 13, and runs through September 29. For tickets and more information, visit .

13 MIN1 weeks ago
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From the Studio: Ignite Community Theatre Presents "See How They Run"

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