May 13 — May 18, 2018
2018 Festival Week

Festival Week for 2018
Musicfest Northwest Festival Week  May 13-18, 2018

Take advantage of all that Musicfest Northwest has to offer.

The public is welcome to enjoy 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.

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
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
7:30 PM in The Martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox

Young musicians on the verge of promising careers will perform solo with The Spokane Symphony, Eckart Preu, Musical Director. The concert features Brass, Flute, Guitar, Piano, Reed, String and Voice Division winners of the Young Artist Section of Musicfest Northwest held at Gonzaga University earlier in the week. Free admission.

Festival Highlights Concert
Friday, May 18, 2018
7:30 PM in The Martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox

This is a chance to hear and see some of the best instrumental, vocal and dance performances from Musicfest Northwest's weeklong festival. Adjudicators from nine Musicfest divisions choose their favorite performers to be highlighted in this special concert. Free admission.

Come be inspired and entertained!

New Changes for 2018

We are excited to offer online registration to our festival entrants and teachers for the very first time. Please be patient with us and this new way to manage our event. The syllabus (a.k.a. Preliminary Bulletin) lists the divisions and classes available in our 73rd Festival, May 13 through May 18, 2018.

When teachers create their own account they will receive an ID. They can supply this ID to their students who can then insert it into the registration form field.

How it works:
When a teacher supplies their ID to their students for the registration process, they will be able to view the classes the student registered for.

This allows the teacher to advise their student of any errors in either the class they registered for or errors in Selection or Composer.

Musicfest Northwest
1305 North Napa St.
Spokane, WA 99202
Phone: 509-327-3456