From the Studio

Spokane Public Radio

Helen Byrne and Amanda Howard Phillips talk to Verne about Spokane String Quartet's performance featured on nationally syndicated radio show, Performance Today. The segment features a performance from a summer concert in Oklahoma with members of the Chickasaw Nation. 

Spokane Public Radio

Daniel Hege, guest conductor, Bruce Bodden, flutist and Steven Radcliffe, pianist join Verne in the studio for a preview of their upcoming concerts with the Spokane Symphony this weekend, Saturday, Feb. 10th & Sunday, February 11th, 2018. 

More information available at our Online Community Calendar

Spokane Public Radio

Derrick Parker, bass-baritone and Bonnie Robinson, pianist join Verne in the studio for a preview of upcoming concert at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Spokane.  The concert titled, "Lift Every Voice and Sing" is in celebration of Black History Month.

The free concert is this Sunday at 6:00 PM at First Presbyterian Church in downtown Spokane. 

More information is available at our Community Calendar.

Spokane Public Radio

Cast and crew from Ignite Community Theatre's production of "Don't Dress for Dinner" visited the KPBX studio today in anticipation of their upcoming performance. 

Guests include Neesha Schrom Crossen, producer, Bryan Durbin, director, Christian Thomas as Robert, Andrea Tate as George, Dana Sammond as Suzanne, Emily Geddes as Jacqueline, Nick Fortner as Bernard. 

More information can be found at Ignite Community Theatre's website

Spokane Symphony

Judy Collins joins Verne for a phone interview in anticipation of her upcoming concert with the Spokane Symphony on Saturday, Feb. 3rd at 8:00 PM at the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. 

More information available at our online community calendar.

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