Each season, a Classics concert is designated as an Education Classics concert honoring community educators. This year our Education Concert will be on Sunday, February 26 at 3 p.m. All educators and music teachers will be eligible to purchase tickets at a special rate of $20 per ticket for this concert.
The concert features lobby displays of student art, as information about the Spokane Symphony’s Education mission. Awards are presented on-stage for the Outstanding Arts Advocate Administrator, Outstanding Music Teacher, and to the winner of the Student Multi-Media Contest. Teachers and students are invited to submit nominees for this year's awards.
AWARD YOUR FAVORITE EDUCATOR
OUTSTANDING ARTS ADVOCATE ADMINISTRATOR & OUTSTANDING MUSIC TEACHER AWARDS
Who is eligible? — Any private or public school administrator or school music teacher currently teaching within the greater Spokane Community (Spokane, Spokane Valley, Mead, Medical Lake, Cheney, Post Falls and Coeur d'Alene).
The Award — One administrator and one music teacher will each receive 2 complimentary tickets and up to 10 tickets for staff for Classics 7 on February 26, 2017. They will also receive a certificate toward dinner and be recognized onstage at the concert for their leadership role. The award winner will be selected by the Spokane Symphony Education Committee. Current members of the Spokane Symphony Education Committee are not eligible for the award.
Nominations — Nomination Packet should include a letter from the Nominator describing why you are nominating this person and what makes them inspiring, and a completed nomination form. Competition can be stiff so well thought- out, thorough nominations are recommended for best presentation of your nominee.
High School Students!! Seeking talented individuals with an interest in multi-media. Spokane Symphony is presenting a concert celebrating the beloved composer Ravel in a concert entitled "French Virtuosity: A Tribute to Ravel" on February 26 at 3 p.m. Create a multi-media Powerpoint video using words, graphics, video clips, animation and/or sound to portray the “kaleidoscope” of emotions, culture, and other ideas the music inspires for you. The winning video will be shown on the big screen and lobby monitors before the concert. You and your teachers will receive tickets to attend and be recognized. MORE INFO.
For more information, please contact Janet Napoles at the Spokane Symphony: