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06AUG

 

Event

 

Sierra Nevada Ballet presents
 
Cinderella

Saturday, August 6, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Choreographer and director, Rosine Bena, has reimagined the traditional rags-to-riches tale for a contemporary audience. While many versions of the story reflect a dominant male discourse, Bena replaces the traditional Fairy Godmother with the "Spirit" of Cinderella's mother and emphasizes the feminine strength of a mother's love and devotion for her daughter that continues even after death. Drawing inspiration from the 345 versions of this tale, this new interpretation of the story combines aspects of the French, Russian, Greek, and German literary traditions. Cinderella features Nevada-native Erica Chipp (SNB and Smuin Ballets SF) as Cinderella; Maykel Solas (SNB and Silicon Valley Ballet) as the Prince; Ananda Bena-Weber (SNB Solo Dramatic Artist) as the Mother and Spirit Mother; Domingo Rubio (SNB and Joffrey Ballet) as Cinderella's Father, and Molly Story Arbogast as the Stepmother; Oliver Adams and Renoite, Alexander Biber (SNB and Sacramento Ballet) in featured roles and the SNB full company, augmented by students from the SNB Academy, round out the cast.

Visit the Official Website.

$25 General Admission

$22 Student & Senior Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


01SEP

 

Event

 

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
"The Brilliant B's"

Argenta Trio

Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, violin
Jonah Kim, guest cello
James Winn, piano

Thursday, September 1, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

The Argenta Concert Series proudly opens its sixth season on the first day of September. The season will consist of nine concerts featuring some of the foremost chamber musicians from around the world in exciting and daring repertoire. The September 1st performance presents University's ensemble-in-residence Argenta Trio (James Winn, piano; Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, violin; Jonah Kim, guest cellist) in an evening entitled Brilliant Bs'. Featuring magnificent works by Beethoven, Bunch and Brahms, the evening promises to be a magical opener for an incredible year of concerts. For more information, please visit www.argentaconcerts.org

Individual and Season tickets are offered for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$25 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


09SEP

 

Event

Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio
 
Soaring Solo CD Party Concert

Friday, September 9, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Soaring Solo: Unaccompanied Works II for Violin & Viola

Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, violin & viola

Stephanie writes: "Soaring effortlessly high above the clouds. That's the sensation I enjoy when I am in the perfect performance zone.... When I decided to record a second CD of solo pieces for violin and viola, Soaring Solo was the title that came 'out of the blue' and drifted into my consciousness. And like Going Solo, I wanted to seed these clouds with some of my favorites from the Baroque period along with a few lesser known, rarely recorded gems and, finally, to include treasures written by living composers. Enjoy your own flight on the wings of these exceptional composers and their inspiring compositions."

The composers of these virtuoso pieces span over 300 years of classical music repertoire from the mid-17th century to three living composers, some of whom are still composing well into the 21st century. There are two world-premiere selections and the composers represented hail from eight different geographical areas of the globe.

CD now available at amazon.com.

FREE Admission. All are welcome!


15SEP

 

Event

Performing Arts Series: 2016/17
 
R.Carlos Nakai
with William Eaton and Will Chapman

Thursday, September 15, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Over the past three decades, Nakai has melded his classical training with his expertise on the cedar flute to form a complex, sophisticated sound that covers the spectrum of musical genres: from devotional meditations to jazz ensembles to full symphonic works. Nakai has written and performed scores for film and television, including selections for the National Park Service, Fox Television, the Discovery Channel, IMAX, the National Geographic Society and many commercial productions. Performing with Nakai is luthier and guitarist William Eaton and percussionist Will Clipman.

Visit R. Carlos Nakai's Official Website.

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5

Buy Tickets Here

Individual tickets - on sale Sept. 1

Adult, senior, and youth tickets may be purchased with a convenience fee online. University student, faculty/staff tickets and all other individual tickets also may be purchased in person (without a convenience fee) at Lawlor Events Center, 1500 N. Virginia St., Reno, lower level entrance, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and at the Church Fine Arts Building box office, one hour prior to performances.

Please note: University student and faculty/staff tickets require University I.D., and may only be purchased in person.

Season tickets now on sale! 
Download the season ticket order form, call (775) 784-4278 or visit the Lawlor Events Center ticket office, M-F; 10 a.m.-5 p.m., to order.


17SEP

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

Antonio Pompa-Baldi and Emanuela Friscioni, pianos

Saturday, September 17, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Theodore Kuchar, Music Director and Conductor
Antonio Pompa-Baldi and Emanuela Friscioni, pianos

"Viva Italia!"

Verdi: Aida Sinfonia (realized Spada)
Respighi: Piano Concerto in A minor (APB)
Poulenc: Concerto for Two Pianos (APB & EF)
Cherubini: Anacreon Overture
Verdi: Giovanna d'Arco Overture
Rossini: La gazza ladra Overture

To start off the 2016-17 season, pianists Antonio Pompa-Baldi and Emanuela Friscioni, who made their enthusiastically-received Reno debuts at the 2015 Nevada Chamber Music Festival, return to perform with Maestro Theodore Kuchar and the Orchestra. Mr. Pompa-Baldi performs the seldom-heard Piano Concerto in A minor by Respighi, and he and Ms. Friscioni join forces for the delightful Concerto for Two Pianos by Poulenc. The rest of the program is given over to exciting excerpts from Italian operas of the 19th century.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


18SEP

 

Event

 

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

Antonio Pompa-Baldi and Emanuela Friscioni, pianos

Sunday, September 18, 2016
2:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Theodore Kuchar, Music Director and Conductor
Antonio Pompa-Baldi and Emanuela Friscioni, pianos

"Viva Italia!"

Verdi: Aida Sinfonia (realized Spada)
Respighi: Piano Concerto in A minor (APB)
Poulenc: Concerto for Two Pianos (APB & EF)
Cherubini: Anacreon Overture
Verdi: Giovanna d'Arco Overture
Rossini: La gazza ladra Overture

To start off the 2016-17 season, pianists Antonio Pompa-Baldi and Emanuela Friscioni, who made their enthusiastically-received Reno debuts at the 2015 Nevada Chamber Music Festival, return to perform with Maestro Theodore Kuchar and the Orchestra. Mr. Pompa-Baldi performs the seldom-heard Piano Concerto in A minor by Respighi, and he and Ms. Friscioni join forces for the delightful Concerto for Two Pianos by Poulenc. The rest of the program is given over to exciting excerpts from Italian operas of the 19th century.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


30SEP

 

Event

Nevada Wind Ensemble
 
In Concert

Friday, September 30, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


04OCT

 

Brandon Dodge

 

Percussion Recital

Tuesday, October 4, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Free. All are welcome!


06OCT

 

Event

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
Wu Han-Setzer-Finckel Trio

works by Dvořák, Schubert

Wu Han, piano
Philip Setzer, violin
David Finckel, cello
 

Thursday, October 6, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

On October 6 the University will be visited by one of the most remarkable ensembles in chamber music history. In a piano trio formation pianist Wu Han, violinist Philip Setzer and cellist David Finckel will delight our audience with works by Dvořak and Schubert. Mr. Setzer and Mr. Finckel have had continuous collaboration for more than 35 years as members of the revered Emerson Quartet and are the recipients of nine Grammy awards. Ms. Wu Han and Mr. Finckel have collaborated for more than 25 years in a duo formation and received the Musicians of the Year Award from Musical America Magazine. Their magical chamber music experience and long-standing collaborations will no doubt result in an unforgettable evening of music-making.

Individual and Season tickets are offered for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$30 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


11OCT

 

Event

University Symphony Orchestra
 
featuring pianist, Isadora Pastragus

Tuesday, October 11, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

This is the University Symphony Orchestra's opening concert of the season, featuring pianist, Isadora Pastragus.

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


13OCT

 

Event

Performing Arts Series: 2016/17
 
Julie Fowlis: Music of the Scottish Isles

Thursday, October 13, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Julie Fowlis is an award-winning Gaelic singer with a career spanning 10 years and four studio albums. Her crystalline vocals have enchanted audiences around the world. An artist with a curiosity to explore other traditions and a natural ability to cross genres, Fowlis has collaborated, recorded and performed with artists such as Grammy Award-winning James Taylor and Mary Chapin Carpenter. She was nominated as Folk Singer of the Year at the 2015 BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and Best Artist at the Songlines World Music Awards 2015. She performed the theme song to Brave, the animated Disney Pixar film that won Golden Globe and BAFTA awards.

Visit the Julie Fowlis Official Website.

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5

Buy Tickets Here

Individual tickets - on sale Sept. 1

Adult, senior, and youth tickets may be purchased with a convenience fee online. University student, faculty/staff tickets and all other individual tickets also may be purchased in person (without a convenience fee) at Lawlor Events Center, 1500 N. Virginia St., Reno, lower level entrance, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and at the Church Fine Arts Building box office, one hour prior to performances.

Please note: University student and faculty/staff tickets require University I.D., and may only be purchased in person.

Season tickets now on sale! 
Download the season ticket order form, call (775) 784-4278 or visit the Lawlor Events Center ticket office, M-F; 10 a.m.-5 p.m., to order.


15OCT

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

Bella Hristova, violin

Saturday, October 15, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Theodore Kuchar, Music Director and Conductor
Bella Hristova, violin

"Myth and Romance"

Mendelssohn: The Hebrides Overture, Op. 26
Dvorák: Romance in F minor, Op. 11
Ludwig: Violin Concerto
Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 in F major, Op. 93

Violinist Bella Hristova, a long-time RCO and Nevada Chamber Music Festival favorite, comes to Reno to perform the Violin Concerto her husband, David Ludwig, wrote for her as a wedding present. This work was co-commissioned by the Reno Chamber Orchestra. Maestro Theodore Kuchar conducts the program, which also features Ms. Hristova performing Dvorák. Framing those works are an overture by Mendelssohn and Beethoven's charming Eighth Symphony.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


16OCT

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

Bella Hristova, violin

Sunday, October 16, 2016
2:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Theodore Kuchar, Music Director and Conductor
Bella Hristova, violin

"Myth and Romance"

Mendelssohn: The Hebrides Overture, Op. 26
Dvorák: Romance in F minor, Op. 11
Ludwig: Violin Concerto
Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 in F major, Op. 93

Violinist Bella Hristova, a long-time RCO and Nevada Chamber Music Festival favorite, comes to Reno to perform the Violin Concerto her husband, David Ludwig, wrote for her as a wedding present. This work was co-commissioned by the Reno Chamber Orchestra. Maestro Theodore Kuchar conducts the program, which also features Ms. Hristova performing Dvorák. Framing those works are an overture by Mendelssohn and Beethoven's charming Eighth Symphony.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


20OCT

 

Event

University Jazz Ensemble #1
 
In Concert

Thursday, October 20, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

UNR's premier large jazz ensemble plays big band music of the past, present, and future!

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


22OCT

 

Event

Reno Pops Orchestra
In Concert

Saturday, October 22, 2016
7:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Find Out More

Tickets and information available the Reno Pops Website.


24OCT

 

Event

Jazz Fund Raising Event
 
featuring Dave Douglas,
The Westerlies,
and UNR faculty & students

Monday, October 24, 2016
7:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

UNR's Program In Jazz and Improvisational Music presents a concert featuring one of the most renowned creative musicians in the world today, trumpeter Dave Douglas. His unique contributions to improvised music have garnered distinguished recognition, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, an Aaron Copland award, and two GRAMMY® nominations. While his career spans more than 40 recordings as a leader featuring groups ranging in scope from duo to big band, in this setting he is joined by The Westerlies, a New York-based brass quartet that includes Riley Mulherkar and Zubin Hensler on trumpet, and Andy Clausen and Willem de Koch on trombone.

Navigating a wide range of musical territory with the precision of a string quartet, the audacity of a rock band, and the charm of a family folk ensemble, The Westerlies re-imagine the chamber music experience through boldly personal performance, recording, collaboration, education, and outreach. Since their inception in 2011, they have cultivated a new brass quartet repertoire featuring over 50 original compositions as well as adaptations of Ives, Ellington, Bartok, Ligeti, Stephen Foster and numerous traditionals. Their music exudes the warmth of their longstanding friendships, and reflects the broad interests of its members.

The concert will also feature UNR jazz faculty and students in collaboration with Mr. Douglas and The Westerlies.

Please join us for this unique, one-of-a-kind event! All proceeds from the concert will help fund future efforts (recording, travel, scholarships, etc.) by the Program In Jazz & Improvisational Music.

Visit the Dave Douglas Official Website.

Visit The Westerlies Official Website.

Check out the Program in Jazz and Improvisational Music.

$25 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:00 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 6:30 PM and the performance begins at 7:00 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


26OCT

 

Event

Nevada Wind Ensemble in Concert
 
with the University Chamber Singers

Wednesday, October 26, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

 

The Nevada Wind Ensemble and University Chamber Singers will perform masterworks of the wind band and choral repertoire.

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


27OCT

 

Event

Reno Wind Symphony
 
"Monsters, Ghouls and Ghosts Oh My"
a Halloween Concert

Thursday, October 27, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

 

The Reno Wind Symphony will present "Monsters, Ghouls and Ghosts Oh My" on Thursday, October 27th. The program will begin at 7:30pm in Nightingale Concert Hall. Come and enjoy the show! Members of the RWS will be dressed in Halloween costumes. Featured works will include Johann Sebastian Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Michael Jackson's Thriller.

Visit the Official Website.

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


01NOV

 

Event

UNR CME
 
Contemporary Music Ensemble's Fall Concert

Tuesday, November 1, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

The UNR CME (Contemporary Music Ensemble) performs adventurous music of the last hundred years with a particular focus on music by living composers. The group's instrumentation changes to fit the repertoire, which ranges from the works of avant-garde giants John Cage and Frederic Rzewski to emerging artists like Mischa Salkind-Pearl and Caroline Shaw.

FREE Admission. All are welcome!


03NOV

 

Event

Performing Arts Series: 2016/17
 
BodyVox+Amphion String Quartet: Cosmosis

Tuesday, November 3, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

BodyVox and the Amphion String Quartet will unite in Cosmosis, a marriage of dance and live chamber music. Hailed by the New York Times for its "precision, assertiveness and vigor," the Amphion String Quartet will lend its passionate performance of music by Elliott Smith, Samuel Barber and Edgar Meyer to a sweeping work of dance theater by BodyVox Artistic Directors Jamey Hampton and Ashley Roland. Don't miss this collaboration pairing BodyVox's signature blend of dance, theater and film with an outstanding ensemble of musicians.

Visit the BodyVox Official Website.

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5

Buy Tickets Here

Individual tickets - on sale Sept. 1

Adult, senior, and youth tickets may be purchased with a convenience fee online. University student, faculty/staff tickets and all other individual tickets also may be purchased in person (without a convenience fee) at Lawlor Events Center, 1500 N. Virginia St., Reno, lower level entrance, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and at the Church Fine Arts Building box office, one hour prior to performances.

Please note: University student and faculty/staff tickets require University I.D., and may only be purchased in person.

Season tickets now on sale! 
Download the season ticket order form, call (775) 784-4278 or visit the Lawlor Events Center ticket office, M-F; 10 a.m.-5 p.m., to order.


06NOV

 

Event

Reno Wind Symphony
 
A Veteran's Day Salute

Sunday, November 6, 2016
3:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

 

This concert has become a traditional tribute to the veterans of our armed forces through concert band music. Radio personality Ross Mitchell will serve as emcee for the concert. We will play selections for chorus and wind band, including a stirring arrangement of the Hymn to the Fallen, from Saving Private Ryan by film composer John Williams. We will also play Carmen Dragon's beautiful arrangement of America the Beautiful and the Battle Hymn of the Republic. The program will also include works by the March King, John Philip Sousa.

Visit the Official Website.

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


08NOV

 

Event

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
Dover Quartet

works by Mozart, Britten, Beethoven

Joel Linkviolin
Bryan Lee, violin
Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, viola
Camden Shaw, cello
 

Thursday, October 6, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

The winners of the 2013 Banff International String Quartet Competition, the Grand Prize of Fischoff Competition and the recipients of highly coveted Cleveland Quartet Award, the Dover Quartet catapulted to international stardom in recent years. Already performing more than 120 concerts a year throughout the United States, Canada and Europe, it will be the groups' first visit to Reno and an incredible opportunity for our audience to witness the delightful perfection of this ensemble. Performing works by Mozart, Britten and Beethoven, the group will fill the Nightingale Concert Hall with exquisite magic of string quartet.

Individual and Season tickets are offered for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$30 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


15NOV

 

Event

University Percussion Ensemble in Concert
 
with the University World Percussion Ensemble

Tuesday, November 15, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

 

The UNR Percussion Ensemble will present a fall concert featuring large and small ensemble compositions. The UNR World Percussion Ensemble will also perform.

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


22NOV

 

Event

University Symphony Orchestra
 
Fall Concert #2

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

This is a concert not to be missed. The UNR Symphony playing the most exciting pieces from the Symphonic Repertoire!

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


01DEC

 

Event

 

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
"Songs of Spain"

Argenta Trio

Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, violin
Dmitri Atapine, cello
James Winn, piano

works by Turina, Arbós, Cassadó

Thursday, December 1, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

On December 1st the University's ensemble-in-residence Argenta Trio will present an exciting evening filled with exotic sounds of Southern Spain. The rhythms and colors of Andalusia and Granada will fill the air with heat and summer in the works of Spanish masters Turina, Arbós, and Cassadó.

Individual and Season tickets are offered each year for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$25 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


02DEC

 

Event

Nevada Wind Ensemble
 
In Concert

Friday, December 2, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

 

The Nevada Wind Ensemble in concert

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


04DEC

 

Event

Composers' Concert
 

Sunday, December 4, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Premieres of new accoustic and electronic music by student composers.

FREE Admission. All are welcome!


05DEC

 

Event

Flute Oboe Bassoon
 
Honors Recital

Monday, December 5, 2016
5:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

The top students of Eric Fassbender and Mary Miller are featured in an exciting and eclectic recital showcasing a variety of musical styles.

FREE Admission. All are welcome!


06DEC

 

Event

University Jazz Ensemble #1 & #2
 
In Concert

Tuesday, December 6, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Join both of UNR's large jazz ensembles for a night of incredible big band music!

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


10DEC

 

Event

Reno Wind Symphony
 
Holiday Celebration

Saturday, December 10, 2016
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

 

This concert has become a tradition with members of the Reno Wind Symphony, as we continue to enjoy playing some of our favorite holiday selections. Truly one of the highlights of this concert is the recitation of the poem 'Twas the Night Before Christmas by KOH Radio personality Ross Mitchell, accompanied by the Reno Wind Symphony. Ross will also be the vocal soloist, once again, on You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.

Visit the Official Website.

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


11DEC

 

Event

Reno Wind Symphony
 
Holiday Celebration

Sunday, December 11, 2016
3:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

 

This concert has become a tradition with members of the Reno Wind Symphony, as we continue to enjoy playing some of our favorite holiday selections. Truly one of the highlights of this concert is the recitation of the poem 'Twas the Night Before Christmas by KOH Radio personality Ross Mitchell, accompanied by the Reno Wind Symphony. Ross will also be the vocal soloist, once again, on You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.

Visit the Official Website.

$5 General Admission

FREE Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


28JAN

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

Catherine Manoukian, violin

Saturday, January 28, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Theodore Kuchar, Music Director and Conductor
Catherine Manoukian, violin

"Influences: Windflower and Wagner"

Mozart: Symphony No. 32 in G major, K. 318
Elgar: Violin Concerto in B minor, Op. 61
Dvorák: Symphony No. 4 in D minor, Op. 13

Catherine Manoukian, who first performed with the Reno Chamber Orchestra as a teenager, makes her return to the area to perform one of the most ambitious, and most glorious, of all violin concertos, the Concerto by Sir Edward Elgar. Maestro Theodore Kuchar also leads the Orchestra in symphonies by Mozart and Dvorák.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


29JAN

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

Catherine Manoukian, violin

Sunday, January 29, 2017
2:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Theodore Kuchar, Music Director and Conductor
Catherine Manoukian, violin

"Influences: Windflower and Wagner"

Mozart: Symphony No. 32 in G major, K. 318
Elgar: Violin Concerto in B minor, Op. 61
Dvorák: Symphony No. 4 in D minor, Op. 13

Catherine Manoukian, who first performed with the Reno Chamber Orchestra as a teenager, makes her return to the area to perform one of the most ambitious, and most glorious, of all violin concertos, the Concerto by Sir Edward Elgar. Maestro Theodore Kuchar also leads the Orchestra in symphonies by Mozart and Dvorák.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


02FEB

 

Event

 

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
"Americana"

Argenta Trio

Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, violin
Dmitri Atapine, cello
James Winn, piano

works by Korngold, Cadman

Thursday, February 2, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

On February 2, the University's ensemble-in-residence the Argenta Trio will present an evening dedicated to the music of the Americas. Works of composers from both continents will be featured in an exciting evening in the hands of violinist Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio, cellist Dmitri Atapine, and pianist James Winn.

Individual and Season tickets are offered each year for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$25 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


16FEB

 

Event

Performing Arts Series: 2016/17
 
Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet

Thursday, February 16, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

The Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet (Philharmonisches Bläserquintett Berlin) was founded in 1988 during the era of Herbert von Karajan, the first permanently established wind quintet in the famous orchestra's rich tradition of chamber music. The quintet continues to impress audiences worldwide with its range of expression, tonal spectrum and conceptual unity. Many listeners and critics agree the ensemble has succeeded in redefining the sound of the classic wind quintet. In recent years, the members of the Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet have intensified their teaching and coaching roles with youth through chamber music workshops and instrumental instruction in many countries.

Visit the Official Website.

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5

Buy Tickets Here

Adult, senior, and youth tickets may be purchased with a convenience fee online. University student, faculty/staff tickets and all other individual tickets also may be purchased in person (without a convenience fee) at Lawlor Events Center, 1500 N. Virginia St., Reno, lower level entrance, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and at the Church Fine Arts Building box office, one hour prior to performances.

Please note: University student and faculty/staff tickets require University I.D., and may only be purchased in person.


25FEB

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

Carl Topilow, Wu Man

Saturday, February 25, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Carl Topilow, guest conductor and clarinet
Wu Man, pipa

"Cultural Counterpoint"

Mozart: Symphony No. 31 in D major, K. 297/300a "Paris"
Tan Dun: Concerto for Pipa
Gershwin: Lullaby
De Falla: El amor brujo
Arr. Richards: A Klezmer Tribute

Carl Topilow, Conductor and Director of the Orchestral Program at the Cleveland Institute of Music and founding Music Director of the Cleveland Pops Orchestra, both conducts this program and is featured playing his trademark red clarinet. The RCO is also privileged to present Wu Man – perhaps the world's foremost virtuoso on the Chinese lute, the pipa, and one of the featured performers in Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble – in a work she commissioned, the Pipa Concerto by Chinese composer Tan Dun.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


26FEB

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

Carl Topilow, Wu Man

Sunday, February 26, 2017
2:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Carl Topilow, guest conductor and clarinet
Wu Man, pipa

"Cultural Counterpoint"

Mozart: Symphony No. 31 in D major, K. 297/300a "Paris"
Tan Dun: Concerto for Pipa
Gershwin: Lullaby
De Falla: El amor brujo
Arr. Richards: A Klezmer Tribute

Carl Topilow, Conductor and Director of the Orchestral Program at the Cleveland Institute of Music and founding Music Director of the Cleveland Pops Orchestra, both conducts this program and is featured playing his trademark red clarinet. The RCO is also privileged to present Wu Man – perhaps the world's foremost virtuoso on the Chinese lute, the pipa, and one of the featured performers in Yo-Yo Ma's Silk Road Ensemble – in a work she commissioned, the Pipa Concerto by Chinese composer Tan Dun.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


09MAR

 

Event

 

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
Gilbert Kalish in Recital

with Hyeyeon Park

Gilbert Kalish, piano
Hyeyeon Park, piano
 

works by Janáček, Schubert, Brahms

Thursday, March 9, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

On March 9 the Argenta Concert Series is proud to welcome to Reno a remarkable artist and one of the great pianists in the world today: Gilbert Kalish. HIs profound influence as an educator and pianist in myriad performances and recordings has established him as a major figure in American music-making. In 2006 he was awarded the Peabody Medal by the Peabody Conservatory for his outstanding contributions to music in America. As an educator and performer he has appeared at the Banff Centre, the Steans Institute at Ravinia, the Marlboro Music Festival, and Music@Menlo; from 1985 to 1997 he served as chairman of the Tanglewood faculty. His discography of some 100 recordings embraces both the classical and contemporary repertories and he serves as  head of performance faulty at SUNY Stony Brook. Joined by pianist Hyeyeon Park, he will perform works by Janacek, Brahms, and Schubert.

Individual and Season tickets are offered each year for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$30 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


28MAR

 

Event

 

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
Leon Fleisher and Katherine Jacobson

SPECIAL EVENT

Leon Fleisher, piano
Katherine Jacobson, piano
 

works by Bach, Schubert, Brahms, Debussy, Ravel

Tuesday, March 28, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Duo performances of legendary pianist and conductor Leon Fleisher with internationally renowned pianist Katherine Jacobson have received accolades from music's most respected critics. The duo performs in recital and with orchestras around the world. 

Legendary pianist Leon Fleisher represents the gold standard of musicianship and, at 85 years young, he continues to impart his life-affirming artistry throughout the world, thriving in a sustained career as conductor and soloist, recitalist, chamber music artist, and master class mentor. Mr. Fleisher made his debut with the New York Philharmonic in 1944 and in 1952. He became the first American to win the prestigious Queen Elisabeth of Belgium competition, establishing himself as one of the world's premier classical pianists. 

A Minnesota native, pianist Katherine Jacobson's performing career as soloist, duo pianist and chamber musician has received international acclaim. In 2004, her Carnegie Hall debut with piano duo partner Leon Fleisher was praised in The New York Times for its "abundant musicality and refined technique."Orchestras with which Ms. Jacobson has performed include the Chicago Symphony at Ravinia, Philadelphia Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the New York String Orchestra among others. She has concertized in Europe, Scandinavia, the Far East and South America as well as in the United States and Canada.

Individual and Season tickets are offered each year for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$40 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


30MAR

 

Event

Performing Arts Series: 2016/17
 
Anoushka Shankart

Thursday, March 30, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Sitar player and composer Anoushka Shankar is a singular figure in the Indian classical and progressive world music scenes. Her dynamic and spiritual musicality has garnered accolades, including five Grammy Award nominations. Deeply rooted in the Indian Classical music tradition, Shankar studied from the age of 9 under her father and guru, the late Ravi Shankar. She made her professional debut as a classical sitarist at the age of 13. By 20, she had made three classical recordings and received her first Grammy nomination, becoming the first Indian female and youngest-ever nominee in the World Music category. As a composer, Shankar has encouraged cross-cultural dialogue while demonstrating the versatility of the sitar across musical genres. As a result, she has created a body of work with a roster of artists such as Sting, M.I.A, Herbie Hancock, Pepe Habichuela, Karsh Kale, Rodrigo y Gabriela and Joshua Bell.

Visit the Official Website.

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5

Buy Tickets Here

Adult, senior, and youth tickets may be purchased with a convenience fee online. University student, faculty/staff tickets and all other individual tickets also may be purchased in person (without a convenience fee) at Lawlor Events Center, 1500 N. Virginia St., Reno, lower level entrance, Monday-Friday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., and at the Church Fine Arts Building box office, one hour prior to performances.

Please note: University student and faculty/staff tickets require University I.D., and may only be purchased in person.


01APR

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

UNR Chamber Singers (Dr. Paul Torkelson, director)

Saturday, April 1, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Theodore Kuchar, Music Director and Conductor
UNR Chamber Singers (Dr. Paul Torkelson, director)

"Spiritual Masterworks: Mourning – Healing"

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat major
Dvorák: Stabat Mater, Op. 58

To round out the 2016-17 season, the annual collaboration of University of Nevada, Reno Chamber Singers and the Reno Chamber Orchestra highlights one of Dvorák's most significant sacred works, the Stabat Mater. The program opens with Bach's famous Brandenburg Concerto No. 6.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


02APR

 

Event

Reno Chamber Orchestra: 2016-17 SEASON

 

UNR Chamber Singers (Dr. Paul Torkelson, director)

Sunday, April 2, 2017
2:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Theodore Kuchar, Music Director and Conductor
UNR Chamber Singers (Dr. Paul Torkelson, director)

"Spiritual Masterworks: Mourning – Healing"

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B-flat major
Dvorák: Stabat Mater, Op. 58

To round out the 2016-17 season, the annual collaboration of University of Nevada, Reno Chamber Singers and the Reno Chamber Orchestra highlights one of Dvorák's most significant sacred works, the Stabat Mater. The program opens with Bach's famous Brandenburg Concerto No. 6.

Tickets are available to purchase online at the Reno Chamber Orchestra Website.


04APR

 

Event

 

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
"Cello Bello"

Clive Greensmith, cello
Patrick Jee, cello
Mihai Marica, cello
Dmitri Atapine, cello
 

works by Bach, Klengel, Ligeti, Popper, Rachmanioff and more

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Cellist Clive Greensmith joined the Tokyo String Quartet in 1999 and has performed with the Quartet at the most prestigious venues and concert series across the globe. Previously, he held the position of principal cellist of London's Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. As a soloist, he has appeared with the London Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic, Seoul Philharmonic, and the RAI Orchestra of Rome, among others. He has collaborated with such distinguished musicians as Leon Fleisher, Claude Frank, Steven Isserlis, Lynn Harrell, Alicia de Larrocha, Midori, András Schiff, and Pinchas Zukerman.

Praised as "spectacular" (American Record Guide) and a "virtuosic tour-de-force" (New York Concert Review) cellist Patrick Jee has earned international acclaim for his bold musicality, rich sound, and passionate performances. Mr. Jee has made appearances at Carnegie Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Kennedy Center, and Wigmore Hall as well as special performances at the United Nations and on CNN, American Morning. He has performed at major music festivals including Aspen, Banff, Caramoor, Casals, and La Jolla. Mr. Jee has given extensive tours of the United States, Europe, and Asia and as a member of Ensemble Ditto he helped introduce over 15,000 people to chamber music as Korea's most popular classical musical presentation of 2008.

Romanian-born cellist Mihai Marica is a First Prize winner of the "Dr. Luis Sigall" International Competition in Viña del Mar, Chile and the Irving M. Klein International Competition, and is a recipient of Charlotte White's Salon de Virtuosi Fellowship Grant. He has performed with orchestras such as the Symphony Orchestra of Chile, Xalapa Symphony in Mexico, the Hermitage State Orchestra of St. Petersburg in Russia, the Jardins Musicaux Festival Orchestra in Switzerland, the Louisville Orchestra, and the Santa Cruz Symphony in the US. He also appeared in recital performances in Austria, Hungary, Germany, Spain, Holland, South Korea, Japan, Chile, the United States, and Canada. 

Dmitri Atapine has been described as a cellist with "brilliant technical chops" (Gramophone), whose playing is "highly impressive throughout" (The Strad)As a soloist and recitalist, he has appeared on some of the world's foremost stages, including Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Zankel and Weill halls at Carnegie Hall, Chicago Cultural Center, and the National Auditorium of Spain. An avid chamber musician, he has appeared with The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center and his frequent festival appearances have included Music@Menlo, La Musica Sarasota, Nevada Chamber Music Festival, Cactus Pear Music Festival, Pacific Music Festival, Aldeburgh Festival, and Aix-en-Provence Festival, with performances broadcast on radio and television in Spain, Italy, the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South Korea.

Individual and Season tickets are offered each year for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$30 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


04MAY

 

Event

 

Argenta Concert Series: The Sixth Season
 
"Return to Mozart"

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center
on Tour

David Shifrin, clarinet
Bella Hristova, violin
Danbi Um, violin
Mark Holloway, cello
Dmitri Atapine, cello
Gloria Chien, piano
 

works by Mozart, Bartok, Shostakovich

Thursday, May 4, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

A Yale University faculty member since 1987, clarinetist David Shifrin is artistic director of Yale's Chamber Music Society series and Yale in New York, a concert series at Carnegie Hall. He has been an Artist of the Chamber Music Society for 23 years and served as its artistic director from 1992 to 2004, inaugurating the CMS Two program and the annual Brandenburg Concerto concerts.

Acclaimed for her passionate, powerful performances, beautiful sound, and compelling command of her instrument, violinist Bella Hristova is a young musician with a growing international career. Her 2015-16 season features a mix of concerto, recital and chamber music performances, as well as educational outreach activities. 

Violinist Danbi Um has appeared as a soloist with the Israel Symphony, Vermont Symphony, Herzliya Chamber Symphony, Auckland Philharmonic, and Dartmouth Symphony, and in venues such as the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Kumho Arts Hall, the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Bennett Gordon Hall of the Ravinia Festival, and the Seattle Chamber Music Society. 

Violist Mark Holloway is a chamber musician sought after in the United States and abroad. He has appeared at prestigious festivals such as Marlboro, Music@Menlo, Ravinia, Caramoor, Banff, Cartagena, Taos, Music from Angel Fire, Mainly Mozart, Alpenglow, Music at Plush, Concordia Chamber Players, and with the Boston Chamber Music Society.

Dmitri Atapine has been described as a cellist with "brilliant technical chops" (Gramophone), whose playing is "highly impressive throughout" (The Strad)As a soloist and recitalist, he has appeared on some of the world's foremost stages, including Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center, Zankel and Weill halls at Carnegie Hall, Chicago Cultural Center, and the National Auditorium of Spain.

Picked by the Boston Globe as one of the Superior Pianists of the year, "… who appears to excel in everything," pianistGloria Chien made her orchestral debut at the age of 16 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Since then she has appeared as a soloist under the batons of Sergiu Comissiona, Keith Lockhart, Thomas Dausgaard, and Irwin Hoffman.

Individual and Season tickets are offered each year for the Argenta Concert Series.

Read more about the Argenta Concert Series at the Official Website.

$30 General Admission

$5 Student Admission (bring your student ID)

You can purchase tickets online or at the door; seating is limited. For Will Call and ticket sales, the Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office opens at 6:30 PM on the day of the performance.

Doors to the Hall open at 7:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.

Student Rush tickets are NOT available online. Student Rush tickets can only be picked up in person with a valid student ID at the Box Office beginning one hour prior to the concert. These tickets are first come, first served.

The Nightingale Concert Hall Box Office is located inside the Church Fine Arts Building, in the lobby between the entry doors to the Hall.


07MAY

 

Event

Composers' Concert
 

Sunday, May 7, 2017
7:30 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

Premieres of new accoustic and electronic music by student composers.

FREE Admission. All are welcome!


09MAY

 

Event

Flute Oboe Bassoon
 
Honors Recital

Tuesday, May 9, 2017
5:00 PM
Nightingale Concert Hall

FREE Admission. All are welcome!


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