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UNLV Music Faculty Perform Schubert'' s “” Trout”” Quintet Jan. 25

The UNLV Performing Arts Center and UNLV School of Music present UNLV professors performing Schubert’s Trout Quintet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, in the Doc Rando Recital Hall of the Beam Music Center. This show includes performances by Jennifer Grim, flute; Janis McKay, bassoon; Wei-Wei Le, violin; Kate Hamilton, viola; Andrew Smith, cello; Brycen Ingersoll, double bass; and Timothy Hoft, piano. The concert likewise features the opening night of Night Rainbow by Charles Halka, in addition to works for winds and strings by Mozart and Schulhoff.

Tickets

Tickets to Schubert’s Trout Quintet are $25, and can be purchased at the Performing Arts Center ticket office at 702-895-ARTS (2787) or on the PAC site. Student rush tickets are $5 each and offered one hour prior to each occasion based on availability and with valid student ID. UNLV faculty and staff discounts also are available.

The box office is open from 10 a.m – 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday.

Details about all of the season’s efficiencies can be discovered on the Carrying out Arts Center site.

About the PAC

The UNLV Carrying Out Arts Center is Southern Nevada’s very first home for the arts: it opened in 1976 and celebrates its 42nd season this year. It hosts a range of performances and occasions and is the home of 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 delighted to host numerous Clark County School District fine arts festivals and concerts.

Senior lady eliminated in hit and perform at Henderson Walmart

An elderly woman died in a hit and run at the Henderson Walmart on Marks Street, according to Henderson Police. (Kurt Rempe / FOX5) A senior woman died in a hit and run at the Henderson Walmart on Marks Street, according to Henderson Authorities.( Kurt Rempe/ FOX5) A senior lady passed away in a hit and perform at the Henderson Walmart on Marks Street, inning accordance with Henderson Authorities.

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Henderson Walmart on Marks Street, inning accordance with Henderson Police. The driver of a U-Haul truck, Nichole Zimmerman, ran the woman over in the parking area at 540 Marks Street and ran away the scene at around 1:20 p.m. Thursday, according to Henderson Cops.

The 79-year-old victim was taken to Sunrise Hospital where she later died, cops said.

Henderson Police later found the truck and Zimmerman was arrested on felony charges for leaving the scene and failure to render aid or notify police.

It’s the l lth traffic death examined by Henderson Authorities in 2017.

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UNLV Faculty Perform Mozart & & Brahms Oct. 26

UNLV School of Music professors present the opening night of Charles Halka’s string trio, plus chamber music for strings and piano by Mozart and Brahms, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, in the Doc Rando Recital Hall of the Beam Music Center. UNLV professors performers consist of Wei-Wei Le, violin; Kate Hamilton, viola; Dean Nancy Uscher, viola; Andrew Smith, cello; and Mykola Suk, piano.

Tickets

Tickets to this UNLV professors performance are $25, and can be purchased at the Carrying out Arts Center ticket office at 702-895-ARTS (2787) or on the PAC site. Trainee rush tickets are $10 each and readily available one hour prior to each occasion based on availability and with valid student ID. UNLV professors and personnel discounts likewise are readily available.

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

Details about all of the season’s efficiencies can be found on the Performing Arts Center website.

About the PAC

The UNLV Performing Arts Center is Southern Nevada’s first home for the arts: it opened in 1976 and commemorates its 42nd 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 also is pleased to host various Clark County School District arts festivals and shows.

Picture Dragons to perform at 4th yearly Believer Gala at Caesars Palace

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Amy Sussman/Invision/AP Envision Dragons, from left, Wayne Preaching, Dan Reynolds, Daniel Platzman and Ben McKee.

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. At the age of 16 years old, Tyler Robinson was identified with a rare kind of cancer known as Rhabdomyosarcoma. Soon after his medical diagnosis, his older brother Jesse emailed Tyler’s favorite band, then-rising Las Vegas group Imagine Dragons, to let them know he was bringing Tyler to their performance in Provo, Utah.

“It wasn’t requesting for anything, simply letting us know that the concert suggested a lot to their household, which ‘It’s Time’ was Tyler’s tune,” recalls Think of Dragons vocalist Dan Reynolds. “They came and we dedicated the song to Tyler and found him in the audience and it was an actually special moment, extremely psychological for everybody in the room.”

Reynolds says he formed a bond with Tyler in the years following the show and stayed in touch with the Robinson household. In the spring of 2013, after being previously diagnosed cancer-free, Tyler all of a sudden slipped into a coma and passed away. The band joined with his household to create the Tyler Robinson Structure, a charity organization designed to raise cash to households handling pediatric cancer. “There are just so lots of unexpected costs in extra to medical expenses for these households, anything from an actually costly diet plan [to assist treatment] to parents needing to drop out of work to help care for their family,” says Reynolds. “The foundation has actually currently done so much amazing work and raised millions of dollars.”

The most noticeable fundraising event go back to Las Vegas on August 25 when the 4th yearly Follower Gala brings cocktails, dinner, live and silent auctions and entertainment consisting of Picture Dragons and comedian Joel McHale to the Palace Ballroom at Caesars Palace. Tickets and information can be found at trf.org.”The band is really hands-on with the gala in all senses,” states Reynolds. “We perform every year and reach out to different groups and pals to get them to be part of the cause, or just come and be a voice and contribute. We aim to make it an unique occasion with fantastic food and home entertainment.”

Reynolds says the gala is a guaranteed psychological experience for atrioventricular bundle, which is presently riding high with brand-new record “Evolve” on top of the Signboard Top Rock Albums chart and a big tour beginning this fall.

“It’s always the thing I look forward to the most from the year, actually a reminder of why we entered music in the very first place, to make an effect for much better in the world,” he states. “To see just how much the structure has grown is so inspiring. It’s larger than us or anything, to obtain people to come together to help families. It’s an effective thing.”

Pacifica Quartet to Perform Oct. 22

The UNLV Performing Arts Center and UNLV School of Music welcome the Pacifica Quartet at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 22. Winners of the 2009 Grammy for Finest Chamber Music Efficiency, the quartet is acknowledged for its virtuosity, exuberant performance design, and often-daring repertory options. It has acquired international stature as one of the finest chamber ensembles performing today.

Tickets to the Pacifica Quartet are $30 and can be bought at the Performing Arts Center box office at 895-ARTS (2787) or by checking out pac.unlv.edu. Student rush tickets are $10 each (not comprehensive of the facilities cost), and offered one hour prior to each event, based upon availability and with legitimate student I.D. UNLV professors and personnel discount rates also are available. A $1.25 facilities charge, in addition to the ticket rate, is charged on all Performing Arts Center tickets. The box office is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. Info about all of the season’s performances can be found on the Performing Arts Center site.

For info on buying a season membership, kindly call 895-ARTS (2787) or see pac.unlv.edu.

UNLV PAC FACTS:

Arts companies, like the Desert Chorale, Las Vegas Master Singers, and Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society, have longstanding customs right here.

With productions by the College of Fine Arts, consisting of productions presented by the Nevada Conservatory Theatre and the dance and music departments, Southern Nevadans can enjoy the arts almost every day of the year.

The PAC remains to be an excellent neighborhood citizen:

hosting more than 50,000 Clark County School District (CCSD) students yearly for productions, performances, and festivals;
contributing more than $100,000 in production expenses to the CCSD Fine Arts department to provide students a quality performance experience at restricted expenditure;
and providing fellow not-for-profit organizations significant discounts on center rental costs.

Established in 1976, the Performing Arts Center at UNLV is Southern Nevada’s original performing arts venue, celebrating 40 years of arts in Las Vegas. Located on the north end of the UNLV campus, the PAC hosts a variety of efficiencies and is home to the Charles Vanda Master Series. At the UNLV PAC, Southern Nevadans can enjoy the arts nearly every day of the year. The Performing Arts Center is home to productions presented by the Nevada Conservatory Theatre at UNLV, the UNLV School of Music, dance department, the Desert Chorale, and the Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society. The Center likewise hosts more than 50,000 Clark County School District students yearly for productions, festivals and shows.

George Strait to be very first to perform at Las Vegas Arena

“The King of Country Music” George Strait reveals an exclusive worldwide engagement in Las Vegas in 2016 at an interview in the MGM Hotel and Gambling establishment on Sept. 22, 2015. (Mark Damon/Las Vegas News Bureau).
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George Strait, referred to as “The King of Country,” will be the very first performer to play the brand-new Las Vegas Arena when it opens next year.

The 20,000-seat venue is being built by MGM Resorts International and AEG on 16 acres of land in between New York-New York and the Monte Carlo along the Las Vegas Strip.

On Tuesday, authorities from both MGM and AEG announced that Strait, a C and w Hall of Popularity conscript, will certainly be the first to carry out at the arena when it opens in the spring of 2016.

Throughout a press conference, Strait said he is truly happy to be back in Las Vegas, which has actually been a vital part of his profession.

“I have actually played in Vegas, pretty much, my whole touring career,” Strait stated. “It’s enjoyable to play Vegas. It actually is a great deal of fun. The crowds are fantastic, and they come from all over the location.”

The announcement accompanies the Friday release of his new album, Cold Beer Discussion, at Walmart and on iTunes.

“I’m really, actually happy with this brand-new cd that’s coming out,” Strait said. “I constantly say this. I believe this is among the best records I’ve done. I constantly shoot for that.”

Strait, understood to lots of fans as “The Cowboy,” has lots of awards under his belt, consisting of performer of the year from the Academy of Country Music in 2014. He’s likewise starred in a number of movies.

A complete schedule of the 2016 performance was not right away released, however presale tickets for select dates – April 22 and 23 and Sept. 9 and 10 – go on sale Oct. 2.

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