Tag: symphony

Concerto Competition Concert

The final concert of every year for UNLV’s Symphony Orchestra is a showcase for the student winner of UNLV’s Concerto Competition. Who is this year’s winner? And what kind of

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Women’s History Through Music

Join Nevada Chamber Orchestra for a tribute to women composers with Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel’s “Overture in C Major,” Dame Ethyl Smith’s “String Serenade in E Major,” Florence Price’s “Adoration for Strings,”

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Young Artists Concert

The Young Artists Concert is one of the highlights of the Henderson Symphony Orchestra season and helps develop amazing local talents that are winning the world. The concert is a unique opportunity

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Viet Cuong: A Little Reed Music

UNLV School of Music presents woodwind music by internationally recognized faculty composer, Viet Cuong. Performers include UNLV faculty and students.  Vietnamese-American composer Viet Cuong, who serves as Assistant Professor of Music

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Resilience

Alexandra Arrieche will conduct the Henderson Symphony Orchestra’s “Resilience” concert featuring De Ann Letourneau on violin. Works to played include Shostakovich’s “Violin Concerto n.1,” and “Finlandia,” a nationalist piece written

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Zion’s Youth Turns 20

Zion’s Youth Symphony & Chorus is turning 20 and celebrating with a concert. The 90-piece orchestra and 160-member chorus plan to present “In the Beginning: Celebrating 20 Years of Zion’s

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Symphony Masquerade Ball

The Henderson Symphony plans to bring back the tradition of the Masquerade Ball where musicians play the most famous Waltzes and Dances of all times and the audience is welcome

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Symphonic Spectacular

The Las Vegas Philharmonic celebrates its 25 year as it presents a full season of nine performances at The Smith Center starting on Saturday, Oct. 21, with Symphonic Spectacular, an

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