Posted on January 2, 2019 at 6:00 am
Continuing in the winter and early spring of 2019, library customers can check out Spokane Symphony passes to select Sunday matinee performances, each conducted by Eckart Preu. This season is the final one with the Spokane Symphony for Eckart Preu, who has been serving as the musical director since 2004.
Multiple passes are available for each performance, and each pass is for one ticket that must be exchanged at the Symphony box office. We have a new online reservation system in 2019 to reserve these passes, available on January 6 for the first performance: Dvorák and Rachmaninoff.
Here are more details about the performance.
Dvorák and Rachmaninoff
Spokane Symphony Concertmaster Mateusz Wolski performs another great work from the violin repertoire: Dvorák’s Violin Concerto. Rachmaninoff’s choral symphony “The Bells,” loosely based on the Edgar Allan Poe poem, is considered by many to be one of his great masterpieces.
MARTIN WOLDSON THEATER AT THE FOX, 1001 W SPRAGUE AVE
Sunday, Jan 20, 3pm
To get even more out of the Spokane Symphony performance, you can attend a pre-concert talk, free to all ticketholders, one hour before each performance to learn about the music you will hear. Downtown street parking is free on Sundays.
To learn more and reserve your passes, visit our Museum & Cultural Passes webpage.
Try your hand at creative crafts at these library programs. Registration is required, and we provide all of the supplies you’ll need to for these fun programs.
Leather Crafts: Four-Strand Round Braid
Learn the four-strand round braiding technique from leather artisan Joe Flatter and create your own leather key chain fob. All supplies are provided. Registration is required.
For kids ages 12+ & adults
Dive into hand embroidery, with hands-on instruction for beginners and an advanced project for those with experience. All supplies are provided. Registration is required.
For teens ages 14+ & adults
Sponsored by the Friends of the Medical Lake Library
Sponsored by the Friends of the Cheney Library
3D Printing Drop-In Hours
Stop by to see the 3D printer in action near the first-floor service desk. Learn how to use Tinkercad software to create your 3D rendering. Get answers to your 3D printing questions.
Can’t make it to 3D Printing Drop-In Hours? You can Book a Librarian to get one-on-one help with 3D printing at a time that works into your schedule.