My husband and I attended a Jazz concert last evening with The Whitworth Jazz Ensemble and special guest, Branford Marsalis.

We got super seats – only 3 rows back from the stage:


The venue was the Fox Theater in downtown Spokane, Washington.  It was originally a 1931 Art Deco movie theater designed by architect Robert C Reamer, who was notable for his design of the Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone Park, Wyoming.

After a 31 million dollar renovation in 2007, the restored building retains some of its original architectural details and lighting fixtures:


Branford played a solo of “Stardust” on the saxophone that was extraordinary!  I closed my eyes and enjoyed listening to him play his instrument with such precision.


After three standing ovations, the crowd dispersed but I don’t think anyone was ready for the concert to be over.

Here is the beautiful lighting in the ceiling – I just love the patterns!


Wishing you all a Sunny Sunday… listening to music that makes you happy!

Cheers!  🙂

15 responses to “Stardust

  1. What a lovely date! Love jazz sax music. My son majored in music in college and played jazz on the Sax like a pro. Miss that’s

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  2. Absolutely beautiful. What a wonderful musical treat that must have been and in such a lovely setting. Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Wow!! Fun!! Sounds like a lovely evening. Coming from Kansas City, I highly support a jazz date! 😉💕hehe

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  4. What a fun post. The decor is so extravagant. My dad played sax. I just love the sound.

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  5. Looked like an awesome gig and a nice venue too. Music does make the world go round and round Jill I often put on some music to paint.

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