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“Remembrance and Love” piano recital coming up at St. John’s

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On Nov. 8 at 3 p.m., the music department at St John’s Cathedral will present Ivana Cojbasic in a piano recital entitled “Remembrance and Love”, featuring the music of Liszt, Scriabin and Chopin.

Because early November is a time for remembering those who have died, from All Saints’ Day to Veterans’ Day, Cojbasic has assembled a program of some of the most outstanding piano repertoire highlighting remembrance, according to a press release.

Cojbasic teaches piano at Whitworth University and is developing a piano studio on the South Hill.  She collaborates with the Spokane Symphony and the Symphony Chorale.

A suggested donation of $15 (students $5) will be accepted.

Free parking is available in the parking lots behind Lindaman’s Restaurant, 13th and Grand Blvd.

 

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