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Elise Raimi & Stacey Conner

Family was what brought Elise Raimi and Stacey Conner together, and what started as a love for journaling and sharing non-fictional stories from both had forged the beginning connection towards “Listen To Your Mother”.

 

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SPOKANE ARTS SUGGESTS:

Spokane Arts presents Meet the Makers: Season 1 | Episode 1: Planned Chaos- Harold Balazs

Iconic sculptor, artist, and dreamer invites us into his studio and his city.
Filmed and directed by Spokane Film Project.
"Sunlit" by Tonya Ballman

Meet the Makers is a short-film series featuring the creators who are shaped by Spokane and who make Spokane what it is.

Stay tuned for four films a year on social media, www.spokanearts.org, KSPS, and the Spokane Film Project’s Vimeo page.

 

 

Symphony Special: Music Heals

April 28, 2017 | 6PM 

Antoine Andrews Memorial Hall | Spokane Tribal Pow-Wow grounds, Wellpinit, Wa, Spokane indian Reservation, 99040


Conductor: Eckart Preu

This concert is a celebration of the rebirth of Spring, welcoming the return of birds to the region. Spokane Tribal members and local students will share traditional songs such as “Ch’anwi” with Barry Moses and students singing with the orchestra.  Also included will be other songs by the children with singing, drumming, and other instruments. The performance begins with the Spokane Tribe’s traditional Prayer Song, followed by a student play, Coyote Steals the Sun and the Moon, narrated in Salish and English, presented by tribal students. The orchestra will play selections from the classical repertoire, including “Summer” from Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, with Concertmaster Mateusz Wolski as soloist, Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7, mvt. 4, Rimski-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumblebee, and Rossini’s Overture to La gazza ladra.  The evening will conclude with a Happy Dance, inviting all to join in, featuring Tribal drumming and singing by the students. 

The event will be held at the Antoine Andrews Memorial Hall on the Spokane Tribal Pow-Wow grounds, located at the intersection of Ford-Wellpinit Road and Sherwood Loop Road, one mile East of Wellpinit’s town center. 


Ticket information: This event is free and the public is invited to attend.

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