Northwest BachFest

Northwest BachFest presents a cabaret burlesque live streaming event with The Singing Siren, Shelly Watson. Verne Windham talks to Shelly Watson about her life in performance and this turn in her career.

A Northwest BachFest Burlesque will stream on Facebook Live and the BachFest YouTube Channel on Saturday, January 16, 2021, at 7:30pm Pacific Standard Time. Visit https://nwbachfest.com/calendar#concert-across-the-miles-pay-to-view  for tickets and more information.

Virtual theatre and music are on the NWAR menu this week as we hear from Whitworth University theatre professor Andy Christensen about an upcoming production, and NWBachfest artistic director Zuill Bailey on insights he has gained during the pandemic. Plus, Dan Webster tells us about a new classic detective tale from Netflix. NWAR, Thursday at noon on KPBX

Cellist and NWBachfest Artistic Director Zuill Bailey dropped by our KPBX studio for an in-person (!) chat with Jim Tevenan around the festival's latest offering, a virtual series called "Across the Miles."

Spokane Public Radio

Attacca Quartet will perform Beethoven's String Quartets, considered his greatest works, in performances at 7:30 pm tonight, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at Barrister Winery, 1213 W Railroad Avenue, in Spokane. The concerts are for BachFest Week 1, the celebration of Beethoven's 250th Birthday.

Marco Borggreve

BachFest's Winter Classics 2019 is celebrating Ludwig van Beethoven's 250th birthday with a series of concerts highlighting the composer's quartets. In the studio are two members of Ariel Quartet, Jan Gruning (viola) and Gershon Gerchikov (violin), to discuss their upcoming performances and the music.