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Tuesday, September 06, 2011

The Kaiser Report... Musical happenings for the week of September 5...

With September here the weather is finally showing signs of cooling and the musical season is beginning to heat up. With Opera this Friday at CSN and the Philharmonic opening up its season this Saturday the stage is set for a great fall season in this Radiant City we call home. So get away from the TV, get in your car, ride a bus or take a bike for a spin and get enculturated!

Have a great week everyone!

Friday September 9th 7:00pm
Puccini's Tosca presented by Opera Las Vegas
Horn Theatre
CSN Cheyenne Campus
3200 E. Cheyenne, one block west of Pecos
Las Vegas NV 89030
$35 general admission $50 preferred tickets
more info: 702-651-4659

Saturday September 10th, 5:00-6:00pm
Viola Recital Isadora Trinkle with Pianist Eugenie Burkett
Doc Rando Hall
4505 Maryland Dr.
Las Vegas NV 89154
Free and Open to the Public
more info: 702-895-3011

Saturday September 10th 7:00pm
Frankie Moreno pianist, with classical string section including Lisa Viscuglia performs
popular tunes arranged, played and sung by Frankie Moreno, who recorded with Josh Bell
Winchester Community Center
3130 Mcleod Dr.
Las Vegas NV 89121
$12 at door $10 in advance
more info: 702-455-7340

Saturday September 10th, 7:30pm
Brahms Requiem with the Peoples Valley Chorus, Soloists Michelle Latour, Soprano and Christopher Reames, Baritone conducted by Marek Rachelski
time of reflection for 9-11
Green Valley Presbyterian Church
1798 Wigwam Pkwy.
Henderson NV 89074
Free and Open to the public free will offering will be received
more info: 702-454-8484

Saturday September 10th, 8:00pm
Las Vegas Philharmonic Beethoven's Fifth, Glinka's Russlan and Ludmilla, Walton's Viola Concerto featuring Miles Hoffman
Concert lecture beings at 7:15pm
Ham Hall
4505 Maryland Dr.
Las Vegas NV 89119
Tickets $38 -$78
Senior/Students discounts available
more info: 702-895-2787

Sunday September 11th, 1:30pm
God Lives in Glass musical revue based on a collection of perceptions of God described by children around the world by Robert J. Landy
featuring all star artists from the best Vegas shows including Phantom of the Opera, Jersey Boys, and Lion
Judy Bayley Theatre
4505 Maryland Dr.
Las Vegas 89119
$25 tickets, $20 for Seniors, Disabled Patrons, UNLV Students and students 18 and Under
more info: 702- 895-2787

Sunday September 11th, 3:00pm
Faure's Requiem First Presbyterian Church of Las Vegas 
along with the Desert Chorale to commemorate 9-11
First Presbyterian Church
1515 West Charleston Blvd.
Las Vegas
Free, donations accepted
more info: 702- 384-4554

Sunday September 11th 3:00pm
Gateway Arts presents a tribute to the USA for September 11th (see attached flier)
with Kid Fiddlers, Alex Christopher, Vic Moea, Rick Morris and Mary O
Grace in the Desert
2004 Spring Gate Lane
Las Vegas, NV 89134
$15 admission to benefit fund Las Vegas Artists
(702) 255-0695 for more info

Sunday September 11th, 5:15pm
Islamic Society of Nevada honors those who died on 9-11
Speakers include Rev. Gard Jameson, Us. Attorney, district of NV Daniel Bogden and Islamic Society of NV director Aslam Abdullah
4730 E. Desert Inn Rd.
Las Vegas
Free and open to the public
more info: 909-489-5989


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