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Profile of Spokane Symphony's Concertmaster, Mateusz Wolski, airs on KSPS TV Thanksgiving night!



Don't miss the profile of Mateusz Wolski on the 33rd season of KSPS-TV's 'Northwest Profiles' on Thanksgiving evening - Thursday, November 28 at 7pm. Mateusz's story is the third of four stories in this episode of the show. KSPS did a great job of capturing Mateusz's personality, sense of humor and joie de vivre!

KSPS Writer/Producer Bob Lawrence and his team spent more than six months filming this wonderful story about Spokane Symphony's multi-talented concertmaster. It's narrated by Tamara Schupman.

As KSPS writes in their description, "Mateusz Wolski, Concertmaster and First Violin of the Spokane Symphony is a bridge builder between the worlds of music, auto racing and late-night comedy. KSPS appreciates the opportunity to bring our cameras to the stage of Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox to share the stories of Wolski and the Spokane Symphony. Special thanks to James Lowe, Spokane Symphony Music Director, Jim Swoboda, ILF Media, Don Hamilton, Scott Li, Terrain & 'The M Show.'

Mateusz's 'Northwest Profiles' story will be repeated on KSPS Public Television on these dates, and then will be available on YouTube:

Friday, November 29 at 10:30pm
Saturday, November 30 at 9:30pm
Friday, December 27 at 9:35pm
Sunday, December 29 at 9:30am and 6:30pm

Last fall, Bob Lawrence and 'Northwest Profiles' produced a terrific profile of Eckart Preu, recent Music Director of the Spokane Symphony. In case you missed it: www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzpT2i-DUJg.

Special thanks to Jim Zimmer, Executive Producer of 'Northwest Profiles.'




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