The Performing Arts Center at UNLV, Southern Nevada’s longstanding performing arts place for 40 years, recently announced its 2015-16 season, including the well-known Charles Vanda Master Series, The Allegro Guitar Series at UNLV, and the UNLV Chamber Music Series.
The UNLV Carrying out Arts Center also continues its Design Your Own Series program, providing patrons an early opportunity to pick a range of programs at a reduced rate. Consisted of are the numerous advantages of subscribing, such as early notification about UNLV Carrying out Arts Center offerings, and discounts to bring pals or family. Excellent seats are offered, as these purchases are processed before individual tickets go on sale.
The season opens on Sept. 16 with La Belle Epoque, provided by the UNLV Chamber Music Series and provided in combination with the UNLV Department of Music. The show features baritone Tod Fitzpatrick, mezzo-soprano Stephanie Weiss, flutist Anastasia Petanova, violinist Weiwei Le, cellist Andrew Smith, and pianists Timothy Hoft, Christina Wright-Ivanova, and Katie Leung, performing works by French authors Fauré, Duparc, Ravel, and Poulenc.
Added efficiencies within the UNLV Chamber Music Series consist of the Pacifica Quartet Oct. 22; and the Amernet Quartet Jan. 28.
The Charles Vanda Master Series opens Oct. 24 with Well-Strung, a New York City-based string quartet who obtains their special mix of vocals and strings by merging symphonic music with popular song of today.
Extra performances within the Vanda Master Series are violinist Sarah Chang with pianist Julio Elizalde Feb. 6; and the Polish Baltic Philharmonic, showcasing pianist Marcin Koziak, with artistic director Ernst Van Tiel and primary guest conductor Boguslaw Davidow March 17.
The Allegro Guitar Series at UNLV includes Larry Del Casale & & Carlos Barbosa Lima in “Classical Gas” Nov. 21; Andrew York on Feb. 20; and Duo Deloro, guitarists Adam del Monte and Mak Grgic, April 13.
The UNLV Performing Arts Center also is delighted to present the National Circus and Acrobats of individuals’s Republic of China on Oct. 2; Rockapella, the kings of modern a capella music, in a holiday show Dec. 5; and the David Orlowsky Trio in “The Soul of Klezmer” April 2.
For details on purchasing a season membership, please call 895-ARTS (2787) or go to pac.unlv.edu.
UNLV PAC Truths
Arts organizations, like the Desert Chorale, Las Vegas Master Singers, and Southern Nevada Musical Arts Society, have longstanding customs here.
With productions by the College of Fine Arts, including 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 good community residents hosting more than 50,000 Clark County School District students yearly for productions, performances, and celebrations; donating over $100,000 in production costs to the CCSD Fine Arts division to provide students a quality efficiency experience at restricted expenditure; and giving fellow not-for-profit companies major discount rates on facility rental charges.
Established in 1976, the Carrying out Arts Center at UNLV is Southern Nevada’s original carrying out arts venue. Found on the north end of the UNLV campus, the PAC hosts a range of efficiencies and is the home of the Charles Vanda Master Series.