Thursday, April 26, 2007


Spokane Symphony visits Eastern

Here are details of an upcoming concert on campus, just in case you need a little soothing music to take your minds off school, studies, etc. Information from the Spokemsan, courtesy our own Travis Rivers.

Concert at Showalter
» The Spokane Symphony will join musicians and actors from Eastern Washington University for a concert Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Showalter Auditorium on the Cheney campus.
» The concert will be conducted by Patrick Winters, chair of the EWU Music Department, and Morihiko Nakahara, associate conductor of the Spokane Symphony and head of the orchestra program at EWU.
» Wind and brass players from the symphony and EWU, conducted by Winters, will perform the "Gandalf" movement from Johan de Meij's "The Lord of the Rings" Symphony.
» Strings from EWU and the symphony, led by Nakahara, will play excerpts from Gustav Holst's "St. Paul" Suite. Members of both orchestras will play Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2.
» A special feature will be a performance of Mendelssohn's incidental music from Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" by the symphony, with actors from EWU's Theater Department reading sections of the play.
» Tickets are $15 (free for students with ID), available at the Student Union on the EWU campus or at the Eagle Outpost in downtown Cheney. For information call (509) 359-2371.
– Travis Rivers

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