Carla Trynchuk, distinguished violin soloist, Professor of Music, and director of the string program at Andrews University in Michigan, will work with STRAZZ, 13 advanced strings students from Carson City Symphony’s “Symphony Youth Strings” program.
The concert features violinist Carla Trynchuk playingthe Concerto for Violin and Orchestra by Jean Sibelius. The program also includes Aethelinda by Jeffrey S. Bishop, Peer Gynt Suite No. 1 by Edvard Grieg, and Hungarian Dances Nos. 5 and 6 by Johannes Brahms.
Carson Chamber Singers, conducted by Michael Langham, presents Mostly Mozart, featuring Gloria from the Twelfth Mass, Laudate Dominium, Regina Coeli, Missa Brevis (Organ Mass), and Ave Verum Corpus, all by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Enjoy November Jazz, an evening of big-band music with vocalist Jakki Ford, in an informal, coffee-house setting. Hear tunes in the Basie-Ellington tradition and more contemporary arrangements.
Don't miss Matt Downs and Muddy Boots & The Porch Pounders as they return to the Western Folklife Center G Three Bar Theater stage. It's a pre-Halloween roots and blues extravaganza howcasing instruments built at the Build Your Own Cigar-box Guitar workshop earlier in the day,
This will be our traditional Christmas Concert. We will be featuring Holiday favorites with plenty of opportunities for audience participation. This is always a fun event for all age groups.
Fan-favorite and award-winning guitarist Ricardo Cobo returns with special guests to perform Tangos y Sones Cubanos. Sones cubanos originated in Cuba in the 1920s, and tangos are the music from the popular dance.
The traditional story is reimagined through the lens of numerous dance styles and genres. members of UNLV Music will be performing the music and members of UNLV Department of Theatre will recite some of Shakespeare’s original text throughout the piece.
The Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society celebrates its 55th season with "An American Music Concert" by the Musical Arts Singers at the Winchester Cultural Center at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, October 22nd.
Sunday, October 22
An American Music Concert by The Southern Nevada Music Arts Chorus
All four student choral ensembles and the Las Vegas Master Singers, the resident choir of the Las Vegas Philharmonic, perform a program that includes work from over a dozen composers, each text an evocation.
UNLV Faculty presents the world premiere of Charles Halka’s string trio, plus chamber music for strings and piano by Mozart and Brahms. UNLV faculty performers include Wei-Wei Le, violin, Kate Hamilton, viola, Nancy Uscher, viola, Andrew Smith, cello, and Mykola Suk, piano.
Wednesday and Thursday, November 1 and 2
Life in Death Festival
Hailed as “the premier men’s vocal ensemble in the United States” (Fanfare), Cantus visits Las Vegas for the first time. They will be performing with with the Green Valley High School Choir.
Saturday, November 4 (7p.m.) and Sunday, November 5 (2p.m.)
Sin City Opera: Mostly Mozart: A Celebration
UNLV Opera presents the frothy Strauss operetta
UNLV Community Band and UNLV New Horizons Band - Anthony LaBounty and Dr. Zane S. Douglass, conductors. Guest Graduate Conducting Assistants: Andrew Smouse, Isaiah Pickney, Rachel Glenn.
Enjoy this effervescent operetta, full of waltzing, silliness, and champagne!
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!
UNLV School of music presents Chamber Orchestra Concert.
The UNLV Wind Orchestra welcomes special guests Las Vegas area French Legion of Honor recipients for "The President's Concert." Artistic Director & Conductor Thomas G. Leslie leads the concert with guest conductors, including:
Saturday, November 18
Ronnie Foster Trio
Las Cafeteras seamlessly fuse traditional Afro-Mexican music with modern rhythms and rich storytelling to create a fresh urban folk sound from the streets of East Los Angeles. Their infectious sound is brought to life by a host of eclectic traditional instruments.
An internationally acclaimed performer and educator based out of Minneapolis, Preston Duncan has been hailed as“displaying his saxophone mastery” (The Indianapolis Star) with “virtuosic brilliance” (the Muncie Start/Press) as a“terrific talent” (Marvin Hamlisch).
UNLV Contemporary Jazz Ensemble, directed by Julian Tanaka and the UNLV Latin Jazz Ensemble, directed by Uli Geissendoefer.