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Spokane Symphony On The Edge
The 2008-2009 season celebrates the 63rd year of the Spokane Symphony which is considered the largest and most active performing arts organization in the Inland Pacific Northwest.
This professional orchestra comprises 70 pieces and performs for more than 150,000 fans each season and bestows a vast range of extraordinary educational experiences. Some of the worlds most dignified soloists perform highly praised performances with the orchestra.
The exceptional Music Director Eckart Preu is leading the orchestra and has taken it a step further up the pedestal of creative success. Preu, the east German-born conductor was selected from more than 200 potential candidates. Resident Conductor Morihiko Nakahara assists him.
60 concerts will be performed by the ensemble this year. In the regular season, the symphony will perform a 10-concert Classics series including presentations on Saturday evenings and Sunday matinee, and the Casual Classics which is an informal Friday night series comprising 3 concerts.
The venue of these performances is the superbly renovated martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox. Additionally, the Symphony performs a series of six concerts-labeled SuperPops at the INB Performing Arts Center, as well as the popular Holiday Pops. The Nutcracker Ballet, a holiday tradition for many people in the inland Northwest is also performed by the Symphony.
The Chamber Soiree series, a popular performance by the Symphony, takes place in the Marie Antoinette Room at the Davenport Hotel. Also scheduled during the season are two very admired performances by the Symphony on the Edge at the Knitting Factory (previously known as the Big Easy Concert Hall) nightclub.
In 1945, it was initially called the Spokane Philharmonic, and later in 1962 became the Spokane Symphony Society. The New Youth Exploration Series - Symphony YES! premiered in 2003-2004. It also performs many educational and family oriented programs which includes free outdoor parks concerts at Comstock Park and Liberty Lake.
The Symphony appears at the Festival at Sandpoint, Idaho each summer, and supplementary to this, 91.1 KPBX-FM broadcasts Classics and Casual Classics Concerts.
The Symphony devotes its attention to enlighten and draw new audiences. The Spokane Symphonys educational activities include performances and training by Symphony musicians in public schools of that area. Schools and community centers are offered free music education and concert tickets. The Symphony also reaches out to people through distance learning through the internet II.
The Junior Chamber Artists Program became a part of the Symphonys educational program in 2001. In order to facilitate a positive reception, a lunchtime and pre-concert series of informal discussions with guests is in the offering by the musicians from the Symphony.
A forty member volunteer Board of Trustees, which is a nonprofit body, manages the Spokane Symphony. A volunteer group of over 300 members, the Spokane Symphony Associates, also openly encourages and helps the Symphony.
The human soul is fostered by orchestral music and is vital to the conservation and growth of culture. Specified orchestral performances and education are provided to the Inland Northwest by the society. It says that it is dedicated to impressive music, brilliance, and financial leadership.
It says that the Symphony develops the human soul and improves the value of life. By displaying consistent, greater quality performances and activities for ever increasing audiences, with a solid financial standing, it serves those regular dedicated fans and community as a whole.
The Spokane Symphony Society will put forward an assortment of informative, well planned, pleasurable, simulative, and demanding symphonic and chamber orchestra programs. These programs with help increase cultural knowledge to the audience, enhance the growth of that audience, and also help in the creative development of the Orchestra.
Also provided by the Society will be innovative musical understanding for both the audiences and musicians, which will further the development and performance of the present day collection and American music which will place it in a musical environment linked to the traditional orchestral repertoire.
In accordance with the economic situation and financial standing of the Symphonys audience, training will basically reveal their ever changing preferences.