The Spokane Youth Strings and Spokane Youth Sinfonietta will be performing highlights from their current season and will feature chamber groups from the Spokane Youth Symphony. The Spokane Youth Strings is an intermediate level orchestra where students really begin to get comfortable with the different rhythm and volume dynamics in classical music as well as sight reading. The Spokane Youth Sinfonietta is really begins to stretch students' musical skills with more challenging orchestral experiences. In this orchestra they dive into the historical significance of the composer and the music as well as learning the larger structure of orchestral pieces. Both orchestras are directed by Heather Montgomery.
The architecture of St. John's Cathedral borrows from the medieval Gothic style, and details are much like those found in France. Like those buildings from the 14th and 15th centuries, the Cathedral is solely built from rock and glass, no steel used to reinforce the buildings. It's like being in a centuries-old castle!
KPBX Kids' Concerts are free thanks in part to event donors Harvard Park Children's Learning Center North, Numerica Credit Union, and Rocket Bakeries. Thanks also to Hearn Brothers Printing, the performers of Spokane Youth Symphony, St. John's Cathedral and its staff, and the members and volunteers of SPR.
Parking: St. John's Cathedral is located at the corner of South Grand Boulevard and East 12th Avenue, just south and up the hill from Sacred Heart Medical Center. Parking is available across from 13th Avenue east off Grand Boulevard (to the left just beyond Lindaman's Restaurant parking, or just beyond S. Cowley Street on the left). Handicapped parking is located on the east end of Jewett House (big building at the east end of the church). Driveway access is at 12th Avenue and S. Cowley Street.
Dropoffs can be made at the Welcome Center entrance on E. 12th Avenue but street parking is limited to the south side of E. 12th Avenue and E. Sumner Avenue.