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007: The Music of James Bond at Greater Nevada Field

August 11, 2021 @ 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Greater Nevada Field

250 Evans Ave
Reno, NV 89501


Phone: (775) 323-6393


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When it comes to the music of James Bond, ‘Nobody Does it Better’ than the Reno Phil”! Broadway stars Hugh Panaro — best known as the Phantom in The Phantom of The Opera — and Morgan James, featured in Postmodern Jukebox, headline the show. The 25 Bond films that span five decades have produced some of the greatest movie music in history. From “Goldfinger” and “From Russia with Love” to “Diamonds are Forever” and Oscar-winning “Skyfall” by Adele, be prepared to be shaken AND stirred by the blockbuster Bond hits!

The Reno Phil will be led by Maestro Jason Altieri.

Tickets for this concert are sold through Greater Nevada Field.

Gates open at 6:30 PM | Concert begins at 7:30 PM and will end with a thrilling firework display!

Sponsorship opportunities are still available. VIEW SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Email Director of Development, Michael Hicks or call 775.323.6393. 


  • Greater Nevada Field has a clear bag policy–all bags, backpacks and containers brought into the stadium cannot be larger than 12″ x 6″ x 12″ and must be clear.  All bags are subject to search before entry.
  • Concession stands will be cashless. Credit and debit cards will be the only forms of payment accepted.
  • All patrons at Greater Nevada Field must wear a mask when indoors, regardless of vaccination status. Face coverings are exempt outdoors for vaccinated individuals.
  • Guests are allowed to bring sunflower seeds, peanuts, one (1) factory-sealed bottle of water into Greater Nevada Field. All other food and beverages must be pre-approved based on specific medical conditions. Formula for babies is allowed entry.

For additional information about regulations at Greater Nevada Field, please see their A to Z Guide.


Morgan James is a classically trained vocalist, Broadway veteran and recording artist.  Ms. James recently premiered a song cycle for voice and orchestra entitled “Song Of The River”, written for her by frequent collaborator and conductor Teddy Abrams, with the Louisville Orchestra.  In concert, Ms. James has appeared with the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra, the Malaysian Philharmonic, Breckinridge Music Festival, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Utah Symphony, Louisville Orchestra, Colorado Symphony and Wichita Symphony performing her solo Bernstein show, conducted by Teddy Abrams.  Morgan was featured with the Philadelphia Orchestra in “West Side Story” in concert, conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin.  For more information and tour dates, please visit her website: www.morganjamesonline.com. Instagram: @morganajames


Hugh Panaro is perhaps best known for having played the coveted role of the Phantom in Broadway’s The Phantom of the Opera over 2,000 times, including the 25th Anniversary production. In fact, Hugh is one of the few actors to be cast by Harold Prince as both The Phantom and Raoul in the show’s Broadway production and recently starred as the title role in the New York production of Sweeney Todd.

Hugh made his Broadway debut in the original production of Les Misérables as Marius, the role he originated in the First National Company.   He also created the roles of Buddy in the original Side Show (Sony cast recording); Julian Craster in Jule Styne’s last musical, The Red Shoes; and the title role in the American premiere of Cameron Mackintosh’s Martin Guerre.  Hugh was nominated for an Outer Critics Circle Award for his performance in the title role of Elton John’s Lestat, based on Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles.



Jason Altieri is the current Associate Conductor for the Reno Philharmonic and Music Director of the Atlanta Pops Orchestra in Atlanta, Georgia. Known for making audiences laugh while on the podium, you’ll often see Jason conducting the Reno Phil Pops Concerts.


August 11, 2021
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
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Greater Nevada Field
250 Evans Ave
Reno, NV 89501
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Reno Philharmonic
(775) 323-6393
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