The UNLV Symphonic Winds perform, conducted by Anthony LaBounty.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the Squirrel Nut Zippers’ breakthrough album, Hot, creator Jimbo Mathus and founding member Chris Phillips craft a show of Delta blues, gypsy jazz, ‘30s swing and more, with leading musicians from New Orleans serving up the band’s unique flavor.
Back by popular demand, this entertaining evening of favorites from the world’s favorite operettas and musicals features the UNLV Chamber Chorale, Argenta, Varsity Glee Club, and soloists from the School of Music.
MULTILINGUAL SENSATION PINK MARTINI returns to headline our annual gala, along with members of the Las Vegas Philharmonic, dazzling with their signature, seductive style that has won them fans all around the globe.
Friday, and Saturday, March 9, and 10
Concert features winning compositions selected to be featured at the College Music Society Pacific Southwest Regional Conference along with compositions by UNLV faculty.
Students will be judged on technique, form, musicianship, repertoire, and performance. The winner of the competition will receive a handmade Antonio Picado Model #49 Guitar.
What's next with Nextet? UNLV's contemporary music ensemble performs the best in new music, including works by students, faculty, guests, as well as 20th- and 21st-century masters. Discover something original and unusual, and prepare to be surprised!
The UNLV Chamber Music Series celebrates Debussy’s centennial with his late Violin Sonata, plus Ravel’s ravishing Introduction and Allegro for harp, flute, clarinet, and string quartet, ending with Stravinsky’s beloved Soldier’s Tale.
DONATO CABRERA, CONDUCTOR
LAS VEGAS MASTER SINGERS, UNLV CONCERT SINGERS & UNLV CHAMBER CHORALE
DAVID WEILLER AND JOSEPH SVENDSEN, DIRECTORS
MEMBERS OF THE UNLV DEPARTMENT OF DANCE
JENI HOUSER, SOPRANO
NICK PHAN, TENOR
HUGH RUSSELL, BARITONE
DONATO CABRERA, CONDUCTOR
DANAE DÖRKEN, PIANO, AMERICAN GERMAN CULTURAL EXCHANGE FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENT
Little Faith is a jazz-informed, all-Gospel combo. Little Faith reaches back to American music's bedrock for a genuinely inspirational sound.
The Haunted Windchimes are a traditional folk and blues group that brings songs of a vintage quality that have an amazing blend of harmonies with a wide range of instrumental mastery on fiddle, mandolin, guitar, concertina, ukulele and banjo.
We're bringing it home with the hottest in Nevada bluegrass featuring the Red Rock Ramblers!
Join one of our nation's finest military concert bands as they present a mixture of patriotic favorites and serious pieces. This is a rare opportunity to hear a Washington, DC based service band here in the Western US. The band is under the direction of UNR alumnus Captain Kenneth Collins.
TOCCATA – Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus continues its 13th annual WinterFest with Elizabeth Pitcairn In Concert, performing with the legendary Red Mendelssohn Stradivarius violin.
LAB 1( The Free Radicals) will perform the music of renowned New York based jazz pianist and composer Kris Davis. Davis will perform her compositions for large ensemble with the band in what promises to be a very special evening.
Listen to Belgian-American violist Dimitri Murrath work with University of Nevada, Reno's talented Orchestra Career Studies Graduate String Students up close and personal.
Sierra Music Society is pleased to announce that the always popular “P’Opera!” is planning a fun-filled evening with its “Le Café Chanson” at Napa-Sonoma South in Reno at 7671 S. Virginia Street on Sunday, March 4th.
The Argenta Trio is joined by Belgian-American violist Dimitri Murrath in a program of music by Haydn, Fauré & James Winn's “Trio No. 2” world premiere. Don't miss the University of Nevada, Reno's Trio in Residence's final concert of the academic season.
Sierra Music Society is pleased to announce that the always popular “P’Opera!” is planning a fun-filled evening with its “Le Café Chanson” at Toiyabe Golf Club in Washoe Valley at 19 Lightning W Ranch Road on Sunday, March 11th.
Apex Concerts, presented by the University of Nevada, Reno School of the Arts, continues its seventh season with a captivating “Four by Four” criss-cross of genres, time-periods, locations, and musical intersections, courtesy of the multi-award winning Calidore String Quartet.
L-Cubed is a free, weekly BYO lunch jazz and classical music series featuring music performances by students and faculty in a laid-back lunchtime setting. These performances are open to the public; all are welcome.
University of Nevada, Reno tuba and euphonium instructor Adam Snider presents an evening of music that mixes cutting edge with tried and true, chamber music, electronics, pieces stolen from other instruments, and original works for tuba.
The Nevada Wind Ensemble and Nevada Concert Winds will perform their second concert of the semester. Doors will open at 7 p.m., with the concert beginning at 7:30 p.m. with the Nevada Concert Winds. There will be a brief intermission between ensembles to reset the stage.