Out of the Silence On Demand

Livestream Concert Event

Join the Reno Phil for their triumphant return to the concert stage. This livestream concert event will open with William Grant Still’s profound and ethereal piece, Out of the Silence, written for solo piano, performed by the incredibly talented James Winn.

Dare We Dance?

Livestream Concert Event

Prepare for seduction and entrancement as the Reno Phil dares to dance on the stage of the Pioneer Center. The performance will be infused with motion as dancer Martina Young joins the orchestra for Saint-Saens' The Swan, featuring Principal Cellist Peter Lenz. Principal Harpist, Marina Roznitovsky Oster, will dazzle audiences performing Debussy as she balances the thin line between sacred and profane. Experience the passionate sound of tango and dance along at home with this electric and engergizing concert event.

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Spirit of the Season “Home for the Holidays”

Livestream Concert Event

Ring in the holidays and let dynamic conductor Jason Altieri, along with the Reno Phil Orchestra, whisk you away to a winter wonderland for this year’s Spirit of the Season. Even if we cannot celebrate together in person this year, the Reno Phil will still bring...

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Winds of Change

Livestream Concert Event

The new year echoes an air of optimism as three of our woodwind players return to the stage to perform sonatas. Get tickets for this virtual showcase today.

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Flirting with Melodies

Livestream Concert Event

On the program: Samuel COLERIDGE-TAYLOR  Four Novelettes, op. 52 Julie SPENCER  Tree Song (World Premiere of new orchestral version) Josef SUK Serenade in E-flat major, op. 6 Nothing from the mind of Music Director Laura Jackson is ever predictable - flirting with new ways to bring back the musicians...

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Fanfare Finale

Livestream Concert Event

On the program: Aaron COPLAND Fanfare for the Common Man Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART Wind Octet in C minor Joseph Boulogne de SAINT-GEORGES Violin Concerto in A Major, op. 5 no. 2 Pyotr Ilyich TCHAIKOVSKY Serenade for Strings in C Major, op. 48 The New Season 52 deserves...

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All Americans: Copland & Price

Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts 100 S Virginia St., Reno, NV

This concert celebrates the rich heritage of folk melodies from the United States with works by two American composers: the incomparable Aaron Copland, and the first-ever black female composer to have a symphony performed by a major orchestra, Florence Price. The Reno Phil’s principal clarinetist, Joshua Anderson, will bring personality, swing, and style to Copland’s jazzy concerto written for Benny Goodman. The program will also feature a world premiere by one of our community’s most eloquent and accomplished composers, Monica Houghton. In this piece, Houghton describes this new work as a “love letter to the Great Basin”.

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Scheherazade

Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts 100 S Virginia St., Reno, NV

The violin is front-and-center as we take the audience on a journey through famous legends with this season opening concert. Violinist Niccoli Paganani was often accused of selling his soul to the devil for his prodigious talents, though he claims a guardian angel was responsible for his virtuosic playing. Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini by Sergei Rachmaninoff for piano and orchestra is 24 variations on a famous and challenging violin solo.

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The Organ Symphony

Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts 100 S Virginia St., Reno, NV

The Reno Phil’s Principal Trombonist, Jim Albrecht, will be the featured soloist for Appermont’s Colors for Trombone, a creative and imaginative piece that explores the wide color palette of the solo trombone. The program will conclude with a side-by-side performance featuring the Reno Phil Orchestra and Reno Phil Youth Symphony Orchestra playing Saint-Saëns’ most popular symphony.