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Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Coffee with Kaizer... Musical happenings for the week of March 4...

Hello and happy March everyone. Here is Laraine Kaizer's report of musical happening for the week. From what is listed we are definitely in for a great week. Many of these programs are free and all are open to the public. So go and take advantage of what our amazing city has to offer.

Have a stunning and culturally filled week everyone!

Tuesday March 5th 7:30pm
Piano recital with UNLV Artist in Residence; Nadia Shpachenko program includes
two world premieres: Adam Schoenberg's "Picture Etudes"(2013) and Diego Vega's "Rhapsody for two pianos," (2012) (with the help of Timothy Hoft) program also includes "Finger Songs" (2012) by Peter Yates and "Otherworldly Resonances" (2005)
UNLV Beam Music Center - "Doc" Rando Hall
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy
Free and Open to the Public
more info: 702-895-3332

Tuesday March 5th, 7:30pm
Symphonic Winds and the New Horizons Band perform Johnnie Vinson's "Grand Galop" and Timothy Mahr's "Fantasia in G"
UNLV Artemis Ham Concert Hall
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas NV 89154
$10, $8 discount available for seniors, military, UNLV faculty & staff; students 1 free ticket with ID
Wednesday March 6th, 7:30pm
UNLV Chamber Orchestra conducted by Jason Bonham, program includes Bach's Brandenburg Concertos No. 2 and 6, soloists include
Taras Krysa, violin and Alexander Viazovtsev, flute
UNLV Artemis Ham Concert Hall
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas NV 89154
Free and Open to the Public
more info 702-895-2787
Wednesday March 6th, 8:00pm
China's National Symphony Orchestra performs Rachmaninov's Symphony No. 2 in E minor and
"Butterfly Lovers" with soloist Xi Chen
UNLV Artemis Ham Concert Hall
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas NV 89154
Saturday March 9th 8:00pm
Las Vegas Philharmonic concert features movie music including hits from Gone with the Wind,
Rocky, Chariots of Fire, the King and I and the Wizard of Oz, soloists include soprano Teri Dale Hansen and baritone Nat Chandler. Guest Conductor: Randall Craig Fleischer
Smith Center for the Performing Arts
361 Symphony Park Ave.
Las Vegas NV 89106
$46-$94 students with ID get 50% off!!! and $15 student 'rush' tickets available (balcony only) with valid ID 20 minutes before the concert!
more info: 702-258-5438 ext. 221
or more info: 702-749-2000

Sunday March 10th 2:00pm
Brass Band concert traditional brass concert repertoire to modern jazzy arrangements
Clark County Library
1401 E. Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas Nv 89119
Free and Open to the Public
more info: 702-507-3459

Sunday March 10th 5:30pm
Doctoral Vocal recital featuring William McCullough, tenor
UNLV Beam Music Center - "Doc" Rando Hall
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy
Free and Open to the Public
more info: 702-895-3332


Sunday March 17th, 3:00pm
Chamber Music Recital featuring flutist Alexander Viazovtsev,
violinist Yuri Cho, cellist Raymond Sicam, violist Hanna Suk, harpist
Kim Glennie, pianist Dave Richardson, bassist Jeff Davis, percussionist Alex Stopa
program includes Bach, Francaix and Claude Bolling
Mountain View Presbyterian Church
8601 Del Webb Blvd.
Las Vegas NV 89135
Free and Open to the Public, a voluntary donation will be received
more info: 702-341-7800

Nevada Public Radio
For more information on the Cultural Arts in Las Vegas please visit Nevada Public Radio. NPR has detailed listings of many cultural and civic events hosted by area non-profits click on this link http://www.knpr.org/common/psa/listNEW.cfm and if you are planning an event in the next few months, be sure to get your free listing in Nevada Public Radio's Desert Companion magazine by submitting the information here at http://www.knpr.org/culture/eventaddnew.cfm
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