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The Lawlor Ticket Office is the primary box office for the Performing Arts Series and certain Department of Theatre and Dance performances.  The Lawlor Ticket Office is open Monday through Friday from 10am-5pm.  Summer hours are 10am-5pm Mon-Thur & Friday 10am-Noon.  Tickets for these events can be purchased in advance FOR NO SERVICE FEES at the Lawlor Ticket Office or at the Arts Box Office at the Nightingale Concert Hall on the day of the show, one hour prior to showtime.  Please be aware if an event is very popular, tickets should be purchased in advance in case of a sell out.  If you live outside the area, tickets are also available for purchase online at www.mynevadatickets.com or by phone through TicketsWest Customer Care at 1-800-325-7328 24/7.  Parking for Church Fine Arts patrons are available in the Brian Whalen Parking Complex, free of charge any time after 6:30pm.  UNR faculty, staff and students must purchase tickets in person at the Lawlor Ticket Office and present UNR I.D. for discounts.  For information on free arts events on campus, please visit the University of Nevada, Reno School of the Arts page.

For all ticketing questions and concerns,  including purchasing ADA seating for any event listed, please contact the Lawlor Ticket Office, Monday through Friday from 10am-5pm at 775-784-4444 and press zero for a ticket agent.

Seating chart for Nightingale Concert Hall

Redfield Proscenium Seating Chart

2016-2017 Performing Arts Series:

Single tickets available to the public for purchase starting September 1st.

R. Carlos Nakai

R. Carlos Nakai w/ William Eaton & Will Clipman Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016  |  7:30 p.m.

Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building 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. www.rcarlosnakai.com

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5   (Nevada faculty, staff & students must purchase discounted tickets in person at the Lawlor Ticket Office and show current Nevada I.D.)

Photo of Julie Fowlis

Julie Fowlis: Music of the Scottish Isles  Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016  |  7:30 p.m.

Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building 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. www.juliefowlis.com

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5    (Nevada faculty, staff & students must purchase discounted tickets in person at the Lawlor Ticket Office and show current Nevada I.D)

BodyVox

BodyVox+Amphion String Quartet: Cosmosis Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016 | 7:30pm  

Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building 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. www.bodyvox.com

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5 (Nevada faculty, staff & students must purchase discounted tickets in person at the Lawlor Ticket Office and show current Nevada I.D)

Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet

Berlin Philharmonic Wind Quintet  Thursday, February 16, 2017 | 7:30pm

Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building 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.. www.windquintet.com

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5  (Nevada faculty, staff & students must purchase discounted tickets in person at the Lawlor Ticket Office and show current Nevada I.D.)

Photo of Anoushka Shankar

Anoushka Shankar  Thursday, March 30, 2017 | 7:30pm

Nightingale Concert Hall, Church Fine Arts Building 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. www.anoushkashankar.com

Adult $30  |  Senior $24  |  Youth $12  |  UNR student $5   (Nevada faculty, staff & students must purchase discounted tickets in person at the Lawlor Ticket Office and show current Nevada I.D.)

 

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