From The Studio

Interviews and performances from inside the KPBX studio. Please click the headline for expanded text and/or audio.

Pianist Piers Lane joined Verne in the studio this morning to talk about his career including his performance earlier this week at the Northwest Bach Fest.  Lane is a versatile pianist who frequently performs at prestigious music festivals and has a discography of over 50 CDs including solo recording, "Piers Lane Goes To Town". 

Zuill Bailey visited Spokane Public Radio to talk about the 2017 Northwest Bach Festival, which begins, tomorrow, February 22 with a Festival Classics Concert, entitled "An Evening in Vienna." The festival continues through Sunday, March 5, with performances in Spokane at venues including Barrister Winery and St. John's Cathedral, and in Walla Walla at Foundry Vineyards. In addition, there will be pop-up and lunch concerts in various locations around Spokane.

William Trevitt, co-founder of the BalletBoyz spoke with Verne on Friday morning, and this morning local dancer, Noah Huang spent time in the studio to talk about dance in Spokane.

The BalletBoyz are performing this evening, at 7:30 p.m. at Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. For more information, please click here.

Conservation photographer Paul Bannick joined Verne in the studio today to talk about "A Year in the Life of North American Owls", Bannick's presentation Friday, February 10 at 3p.m. and 6p.m. at the Little Panida Theatre in Sandpoint.  

Today Verne was joined in the studio by Lynne Fuller-Marshall, principle bassoon for the Spokane Symphony.