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UNLV Chamber Music Society Opens Season with '' A Night in Vienna' ' Sept. 20

Join us for the opening concert of the UNLV Chamber Music Society– A Night in Vienna– at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 20. This show commemorates Viennese composers from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Artists performing consist of recently appointed assistant teacher of violin Ambroise Aubrun in his launching concert as a UNLV professor and other members of the UNLV School of Music faculty.Program Selections Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

-” Violin Sonata No. 36 in F major, KV 547 “Arnold Schoenberg-“
Ode to Napoleon, Op. 41 “~ intermission ~ Johannes Brahms

-” Piano Quintet

in F small, Op. 34 “Musicians Wei-Wei Le, Ambroise Aubrun, violin;

Kate Hamilton, viola; Andrew Smith, cello; Tod Fitzpatrick, baritone; Timothy Hoft, Mykola Suk, piano.

Parking UNLV Performing Arts Center patrons are welcome to park in the Cottage Grove Parking Garage.Parking is complimentary after 7 p.m. Monday – Thursday, after 1 p.m. Friday, and all weekend.

Tickets Tickets to An Evening with A Night in Vienna are $25 and can be acquired onlineor by calling at the Carrying out Arts Center box office at 702-895-ARTS (2787 ). Student rush tickets are $5 each and offered one hour prior to each event with valid student I.D. UNLV professors and staff discount rates also are readily available. Package office is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Info about all of the season’s efficiencies can be found on the Performing Arts Center website.

About the PAC The UNLV Carrying Out Arts Center is Southern Nevada’s very first home for the arts: it opened in 1976 and commemorates its 43rd season this year. It hosts a variety of efficiencies and events and is home to productions provided by the Nevada Conservatory Theatre, UNLV School of Music, UNLV Dance, Desert Chorale, and the Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society. The UNLV PAC likewise is pleased to host different Clark County School District fine arts festivals and concerts.

Invitational Madrigal & & Chamber Choir Celebration Oct. 13

The UNLV School of Music hosts the 33rd yearly Invitational Madrigal/Chamber Choir Celebration (“MadFest 33”) on Friday, Oct. 13, in 2 different sessions starting at 4 and 7:30 p.m. in Artemus W. Ham Auditorium situated on the northeast end of the university school.

The Madrigal/Chamber Choir Festival is among numerous occasions presented by the university choirs each year. Established in 1985 as a small, casual gathering of choruses, the festival has actually become a popular musical event that attracts lots of exceptional choirs along with an enthusiastic audience of music lovers from throughout the neighborhood. A range of music will be performed representing lots of authors and designs. Following each choir’s efficiency, the flooring will be open for remarks and questions from the audience members and celebration participants.

The afternoon celebration includes performances by chamber ensembles from the College of Southern Nevada (Mark Wherry), Desert Sanctuary High School (Michael Polutnik), Durango High School (Lesa Ramirez), Eldorado High School (Matt Ostlie), Las Vegas Academy of the Arts (Megan Franke), and Silverado High School (Tracy Hunsaker).

The night festival includes performances by ensembles from Standard Academy (Ryan Duff), Centennial High School (Becky Larkin), Chaparral High School (William McKoy), Cheyenne High School (Portia McClure), Coronado High School (Eric Fleischer), and Shadow Ridge High School (Jim Halvorson).

Both festival sessions include efficiencies by the UNLV Jazz Singers directed by Janet Tyler and the UNLV Chamber Chorale carried out by David Weiller, director of choral research studies. The Invitational Madrigal/Chamber Choir Festival is totally free and available to the public. For further information, get in touch with the UNLV choral studies workplace, 702-895-3008.

Chamber Music Series Welcomes the Dorian Wind Quintet Sept. 14

The UNLV Carrying out Arts Center and UNLV School of Music welcome the Dorian Wind Quintet– acknowledged by critics, audiences, and professional artists alike for its uniquely polished and enthusiastic efficiencies– as part of the UNLV Chamber Music Series at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 14, in the Doc Rando Recital Hall of the Beam Music Center. The quintet consists of Gretchen Pusch, flute; Gerard Reuter, oboe; Benjamin Fingland, clarinet; Adrian Morejon, bassoon; and Karl Kramer-Johansen, horn.

As part of the program, the quintet will play, “Conversations,” a piece by UNLV dance department composer-in-residence Beth Mehocic.


Tickets to the Dorian Wind Quintet are $30, and can be bought at the Carrying out Arts Center ticket office at 702-895-ARTS (2787) or on the PAC site. Student rush tickets are $10 each and available one hour prior to each occasion based on accessibility and with legitimate trainee ID. UNLV professors and personnel discount rates likewise are available.

Package workplace is open from 10 a.m – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday.

Information about all the season’s performances can be found on the Carrying out Arts Center website.

About the PAC

The UNLV Carrying out Arts Center is Southern Nevada’s first house for the arts: it opened in 1976 and commemorates its 42nd season this year. It hosts a variety of efficiencies and occasions and is the home of productions presented by the Nevada Conservatory Theatre, UNLV School of Music, UNLV Dance, Desert Chorale, and the Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society. The UNLV PAC likewise is pleased to host various Clark County School District arts celebrations and shows.

Reid to Latin Chamber: Cortez Masto is '' best individual ' to succeed me


Steve Marcus

Senate Bulk Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev) speaks throughout a press conference ahead of the CNN Democratic Presidential Dispute at the Wynn Las Vegas Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015.

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Nevada Attorney general of the united states Catherine Cortez Masto is shown in this file image talking to media at the Legislative Building in Carson City on May 29, 2013.

U.S. Sen. Harry Reid used his visit Friday to the Las Vegas Latin Chamber of Commerce luncheon to lob praise on Catherine Cortez Masto, the Democrat intending to prosper him in the Senate when he retires next year.

Cortez Masto, who served eight years as Nevada’s attorney general, announced her candidacy for Reid’s Senate seat in April.

“Catherine is going to win to be my replacement since she is the ideal person,” Reid stated. “She is someone the state of Nevada needs. We have actually been waiting for a Latina to come to the United States Senate forever.”

Referencing Cortez Masto’s track record and “excellent family tree”– her daddy, Manny Cortez, headed the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority for 13 years– Reid stated he is confident she’s the best person to succeed him. The Senate minority leader backed Cortez Masto from the minute he announced his decision to retire, prior to she even tossed her hat in the ring.

“This lady is a standout in whatever she has actually done,” Reid stated at the luncheon, where Cortez Masto was also in attendance.

Reid then turned his focus on a problem near and dear to the Latin Chamber– immigration reform– and blasted the U.S. House of Representatives for failing to act upon it. Two years earlier, the Senate passed a comprehensive migration reform bill, but the legislation has actually never made it to your house floor for a vote.

“Things we’re not going to do is do (migration reform) piecemeal,” he said. “We’re not going to do a little bit here and a bit there. We’re going to do it all at once. That’s the only method it’s fair.”

The senator’s statements, which accompanied the Latin Chamber’s 40th anniversary, largely revolved around exactly what he called discord in Washington and the mounting value of the 2016 elections. He advised voters to begin asking candidates their views on concerns, such as migration reform, the minimum wage, student loan financial obligation, Yucca Mountain and transport infrastructure repair services.

Before his speech, Reid likewise responded to election-related questions from the media, varying from the Democratic debate Tuesday in Las Vegas to the significance of the Hispanic vote.

“I believed Hillary Clinton did very well,” Reid said, referring to the presidential prospect’s dispute performance. “She’s a skilled taker of concerns.”

Reid went on to explain himself as a testimony to the increasing significance of the Hispanic vote, a group he said is continuously growing and ending up being more organized.

“The very first ad (opponents) ran versus me stated, ‘Harry Reid: best friend prohibited immigrants ever had,'” he said. “All it did was distressed the Hispanic community. They rolled up their sleeves and ended up like they had actually never ever ended up previously.”

UNLV Chamber orchestra Opens 2015-16 Period Sept. 21

The UNLV Symphony Orchestra, conducted by professor Taras Krysa, opens its 2015-16 period at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 21, in Artemus Ham Auditorium. The program consists of Gioachino Rossini’s Overture to Guillaume Inform; Ellen Taafe Zwilich’s Concerto Elegia for Solo Flute and Strings (Jennifer Grim, flute); and Ludwig Van Beethoven’s Symphony No. 2.

Grim carries out the premiere of Concerto Elegia, by Ellen Taafe Zwilich. UNLV is among simply 11 universities who commissioned this work. The other taking part schools are University of Miami, Baylor University, Vanderbilt University, Boston Conservatory, Louisiana State University, Rice University, Skidmore College., University of Lousiville, University of Michigan, and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

Zwilich is the recipient of various prizes and honors, including the 1983 Pulitzer Reward in Music (the very first woman ever to get this sought after award), the Elizabeth Sprague Coolidge Chamber Music Prize, the Arturo Toscanini Music Critics Award, the Ernst von Dohnanyi Citation, and Academy Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, a Guggenheim Fellowship, four Grammy nominations, and, to name a few differences, she has been elected to the Florida Artists Hall of Fame and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.

In 1995, she was called to the very first Composer’s Chair in the history of Carnegie Hall, and she was designated Musical America’s Author of the Year in 1999.

Tickets to the performance are $10 and discounts are readily available. To buy tickets, check out pac.unlv.edu or call 702-895-ARTS (2787).

Collaboration expands healthcare gain access to for Chamber of Commerce members

Tuesday, July 14, 2015|3:36 p.m.

. A brand-new collaboration between the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce and H2U Health Centers will certainly broaden access to main healthcare for chamber members and their dependents.

H2U, which operates 41 health clinics across Clark County either on or near companies’ work sites, will certainly offer access to Chamber of Commerce members either as part of the chamber’s insurance coverage and advantages package or as a stand-alone advantage that can also be acquired through the chamber.

In a comparable advancement, H2U recently began offering immediate and severe care services to MGM Resorts International workers.

Health to You– H2U for short– is a nationwide carrier of direct primary care services for employers.

The company’s staff member university hospital provide companies a range of services for their personnels, consisting of same-day and next-day consultations, on-site dispensing of generic prescriptions, on-site lab services and 24/7 access to care through telemedicine, according to a news release.

To call the Chamber of Commerce, call 702-641-5822.