Sept. 18LEWISTON — A Clearwater Complex Fire Victims Benefit Concert, featuring performances by Lewiston musicians Marty Lukenbill and Simon Tucker, will begin at 7 p.m. Friday at Lewis-Clark State College here.
The doors open at 6:30 p.m. for the concert, which will be in the Silverthorne Theatre at the LCSC Administration Building.
Lukenbill often performs covers from the 1960s while Tucker performs original blues.
The concert also will feature musicians from bands in this region including 7 Devils, the Katz Band, Homewreckr, Faith and Fable and Clearwater.
Admission is $10 for balcony seats and $15 for general admission in advance, and $15 and $20 at the door.
Advance tickets are available at the LCSC Student Union Building information desk, Blue Lantern Coffee House and online at www.lcsc.edu/cp/lc-cares.
All concert proceeds will go to support the fire victims in need.
PULLMAN — A free clarinet recital by Central Washington University professor Joseph Brooks begins at 4:10 p.m. Friday in Bryan Hall on the campus of Washington State University here.
Brooks will be accompanied on piano by Yakima Valley Community College instructor Anne Schilperoort.
The program will include “Syllogism–Evolution of a Virtuoso” by Brooks, “Fantaisie-caprice” by Charles Lefebvre, “Sonata in A flat, Op. 49, No. 1” by Max Reger and “Daley’s Arc” by Arne Running.
During a career of nearly 40 years, Brooks has held principal chairs and has been a featured soloist on the clarinet, oboe and saxophone, according to a news release. He performs regularly with the Central Wind Quintet and the Joe Brooks Quartet.
Schilperoort has performed, adjudicated and presented master classes throughout Canada and the Pacific Northwest. In Yakima, she teaches privately, is principal keyboardist with the Yakima Symphony Orchestra and accompanies its chorus.
SPALDING — Katherine Kirk, executive director of the Idaho Heritage Trust, will speak about the trust’s support for preserving the historic St. Joseph’s Mission at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Nez Perce National Historical Park visitor center here.
Joining Kirk will be historical architect Frederick L. Walters.
Kirk will describe the nonprofit trust and its historic preservation commitment, and Walters will address an architectural study and condition assessment he is conducting at the mission, according to a news release. The St. Joseph’s (Slickpoo) Mission, built in 1874, is a privately owned component site of Nez Perce National Historical Park along Mission Creek Road between Lapwai and Culdesac.
Their free presentation is part of a monthly speaker series held in conjunction with the park’s 50th anniversary.
The visitor center is 11 miles east of Lewiston at 39063 U.S. Highway 95.
MOSCOW — The opening concert of the University of Idaho’s Auditorium Chamber Music Series, titled “Music from the Palouse,” will be performed at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the UI’s Administration Building auditorium here.
The concert is a longstanding alternate-year tradition in the series, and features musicians from throughout the region who will come together for a “Chamber Orchestra Extravaganza,” according to a news release.
The program is comprised of Wagner’s “Siegfried Idyll,” Charles Gounod’s “Petite Symphonie,” Paul Dukas’ “Fanfare to La Périe” and Stravinsky’s “Concerto for Piano and Winds” with pianist Rajung Yang as soloist.
The program features conductors Torrey Lawrence of the University of Idaho, and Dahn Pham of Washington State University, while the ensemble members come from the music faculties of the two schools as well as the Washington Idaho Symphony and the Walla Walla Symphony.
Tickets are $10 for students, $19 for seniors and $22 for general admission. Children ages 6 to 12 are eligible for a free ticket if accompanied by a paying adult. Tickets are available at BookPeople of Moscow, 521 S. Main St., or online at www.auditoriumseries.org.
The series is in its 29th year.