May 14 — May 19, 2017
 
Festival Week - Musicfest Northwest
   

 

 
Musicfest Northwest Festival Week  May 15-19, 2017
 

Take advantage of all that Musicfest Northwest has to offer.

The public is welcome to enjoy over 1,000 performances by varying age and skill levels Sunday through Friday on Gonzaga University campus. All week long, you are free to sit in on any adjudicated class to enjoy the performances and learn from the master teaching.

Be sure to tune in to KPBX 91.1 FM Wednesday thru Friday 10 AM to 12 NOON for live studio performances of selected festival participants with
host Verne Windham.

The Piano Play-offs in Magnuson Theater on Thursday afternoon is always
very exciting.

Finally, we encourage you to attend our two featured evening concerts. Both are family-friendly and admission is free. Invite your whole family, neighbors and friends to enjoy these talented young performers, the Festival’s very best.

Young Artist Concert with the Spokane Symphony at the Bing Crosby Theater Wednesday, May 17, 7:30 PM. This year's Young Artist winners, more advanced and on the verge of promising careers. Verne Windham, MC

Festival Highlights Concert features the week's top “Adjudicator’s Choice” performances from each division including Ballet. At The Bing Crosby Theater. Friday May 19, 7:30 PM. Jim Tevenan, MC.

Come be inspired and entertained!

 

 


Download Gongaza campus map for 2016 Adjudication locations (PDF)


Musicfest Northwest provides young music and dance students the opportunity to perform and have their talent adjudicated by top professional artists from across the U.S.  It is the largest festival of its kind on the West Coast (approx. 1400 entries this year).  Students from elementary to post- graduate level participate in ballet, brass, flute, guitar, organ, piano, reed, and string and voice divisions.

The Young Artist Section is for more advanced musicians who compete within their division on Sunday or Monday.

Friday’s Festival Highlights Concert presents special performances from this year’s festival week. The “Adjudicator’s Choice” winners from each division including Ballet will be showcased.

The aim of Musicfest Northwest, a non-profit volunteer organization, is to develop in young people an enjoyment and appreciation of all arts, to encourage the study of music and the arts and to promote high standards of performance.

The public is welcome to attend all Festival Events (especially our evening concerts!).

 
CONTACT US
Musicfest Northwest
1315 North Napa, Suite A
Spokane, WA 99202
Telephone & Fax: (509) 327-3455
E-Mail: musicfest@smfnw.org
Web: www.musicfestnorthwest.org