From the Studio

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Cast members and the director of the Mary Poppins visit the KPBX studio in anticipation of the show opening Friday, September 14th, 2018. 

More information is available at Spokane Civic Theatre website

Author Timothy Egan will be in Spokane Thursday, September 13th for a special program at the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture (NWMAC) in Spokane. The NWMAC currently has an exhibit of the photographs of Edward S. Curtis, the subject of Egan's 2011 book Short Nights of the Shadow Catcher: The Epic Life and Immortal Photographs of Edward Curtis.

Egan spokne with SPR's Verne Windham about the book, Edward Curtis, and Egan's visit to Spoakne.

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Charlie Albright performs in-studio and spends time talking with Verne Windham, Eckart Preu and Mateusz Wolski. In this recording Preu and Wolski reflect on the their work during and prior to this farewell season for Preu. 

Charlie performs in anticipation of his appearance in The Bohemian Spirit show this weekend, Saturday, September 8, 2018 at 8:00 PM and also Sunday, September 9th, 2018 at 3:00 PM. 

More information is available at Spokane Symphony's website.

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Today's segment of From the Studio Spokane Smphonoy's special programs and teh Spokane Symphony Chorale's Upcoming Performances. In-studio guests include Echart Preu, Music Director, Jeff vom Saal, Executive Director, Bethany Schoeff, Director of Artistic Administration & Personnel Manager. 

More information is available at the Spokane Symphony's website

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Cast members from Ignite Community Theatre's production of "Harvey" visited the studio in anticipation of their opening performance on Friday, September 7th, 2018. 

"Harvey" runs from September 7th to September 23rd. 

More information is available at Ignite Community theatre's website.

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Randy Hathaway, composer and classical guitarist visits the KPBX studio and shares pieces from his album Classical Guitar in America

More information is available at Randy Hathaway's website.

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Janet Phang speaks with Verne in the KPBX studio in anticipation of  this weekend's performance with the Spokane Symphony at the Festival at Sandpoint. 

In this audio recording Phang plays two pieces:

1. the third movement of Piano Sonata No.3 by Alexander Scriabin 

2. Earl Wild's transcription of George Gershwin's Embraceable You

On Sunday, August 12, 2018 Phang will perform the last movemenet of Rachmaninoff Piano Concerto No.2 with the Spokane Symphony at the finale concert of the 2018 Festival at Sandpoint in Sandpoint, Idaho. 

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Celtic fusion group, "Honey Bee" performs in the studio in anticipation of their upcoming performance at the Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center on Saturday, July 21st, 2018 at 7:00 PM, in Post Falls.

More information is available at The Jacklin Arts & Cultural Center's website

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Studio guests from Wheatland Theatre Company perform songs from their upcoming production of "Oklahoma!" 

The above audio clip features "People Will Say" as performed by Nathan Robert Pecchia as "Curly" and Jayce Fortin who plays "Laurie". 

The song "All er Nuthin" is performed by Lanica Hodge as "Ado Annie" and Ellington Berg. 

"Oklahoma!" opens on Friday, July 20th, 2018  at 7:00 PM at the Davenport Highschool Theatre. Performances take place on Friday, Saturday at 7:00 OMand Sunday 2:00PM until Sunday, July 29th. 

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