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Thursday, December 10, 2020

NW BachFest celebrates Beethoven's 250th birthday this weekend



Northwest BachFest's 'Across The Miles' series continues with Beethoven's 250th Birthday Bash, featuring award winning pianist Adam Golka (pictured above), who will perform three favorite Beethoven sonatas that will include discussions of each sonata with guests including his legendary teacher, the late Leon Fleisher.

'Across The Miles' offers the sights and sounds of live performances in high-definition video and high-fidelity audio. Video links to this program will be available to ticket buyers from Friday, December 11 through Monday, December 14. Adddtional 'Across the Miles' performances are available January through April 2021.

Visit www.NWBachFest.com for more details. NW BachFest is presented by Connoisseur Concerts and is led by Artistic Director Zuill Bailey.


Last chance to view Fireworks at Kendall Yards this Saturday



This Saturday, December 12, is the final fireworks show in Kendall Yards, starting at 7pm. You can view from your parked vehicle, or from your home, or from nearby Olmsted Park.

For more information, visit facebook.com/holidaysatkendallyards.


Hip Hop Nutcracker at First Interstate Center December 19



The Hip Hop Nutcracker contemporary dance spectacle set to Tchaikovsky's timeless music, is available to stream for the First Interstate Center for the Arts audiences on Saturday, December 19. The live capture, filmed as part of a partnership with PBS, will allow recurring and new patrons to experience this beloved holiday tradition at home.

This production is performed by a cast of all-star dancers, a DJ, a violinist, and MC Kurtis Blow, one of hip hop's founding fathers, who opens the show with a short set. Innovative digital graffiti and visuals transform the landscape of this beloved story from traditional 19th Century Germany to the vibrant, diverse sights and sounds of contemporary New York City.

Tickets are on sale now at firstinterstatecenter.org.


Enjoy the beauty of the Davenport Christmas Tree



If you need a bit of Christmas cheer, stop by the Lobby of the Historic Davenport Hotel and see their spectacular Christmas Tree. The Tree will remain up through January 1. The Lobby is open 24 hours a day.


Custer's Christmas Arts & Crafts Virtual Show



Great gift ideas can be found at at Custer's Arts & Crafts Virtual Show, going on now through December 25. Visit custershows.com/virtual-show.php to see the participating artisans and how to shop their creations.

Cup of Joy 2020 at Trackside Studio



For the last seven years, Trackside Studio has hosted this annual celebration of drinking vessels of all kinds. Artists from all over the country are invited to each present a quartet of unique cups - glasses, mugs, goblets, steins. This year's exhibit features 150 different pieces made by several dozen participating artists. There are still items available for purchase.

For more information and to view the pieces, visit trackside-studio.square.site.

25th Annual Fall Folk Festival going on now through December 31

The virtual Spokane Fall Folk Festival 2020 is underway. There will be nearly three dozen acts, and over two dozen vendors, both for profit and non-profit. The Fall Folk Festival is presented by the Spokane Folklore Society. Also, Spokane Folklore Society's Holiday Zoom Party is this Saturday, December 12,, and will feature Arvid Lundin and Deep Roots, and other surprises. Penn Fix will be the host. The event starts at 7:30 pm.

All information to the festival and the holiday zoom party can be found at www.spokanefolkfestival.org.


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