classix201718

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GRIEG’S PIANO CONCERTO

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

From its grand opening arpeggios to tour-de-force finale, Grieg’s masterpiece is one of the most popular-and most recognizable-piano concertos ever written. Hear it performed by the acclaimed pianist Andrew Von Oeyen, who will bring his artistic flair and brilliant piano technique to the Reno Phil for Grieg’s Piano Concerto.

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PROKOFIEV’S ROMEO & JULIET

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

The timeless classic tale of forbidden romance sweeps throughout the orchestra with selections from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet. One of the greatest ballet scores in history and one of the Russian giant’s most beloved works, Romeo and Juliet is brimming with lyrical melodies and captivating drama....

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CLYNE’S CELLO CONCERTO

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

Transforming five lines of Rumi poetry into a musical language given voice by the cello, Anna Clyne’s cello concerto, Dance will captivate listeners with an intensely emotional and evocative modern piece.

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CARMEN

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

Revel in drama and passion as the Reno Phil Orchestra, Chorus, and guest vocalists closes Season 54 with music from one of history’s most celebrated operas, Bizet’s Carmen. Derided by critics and considered scandalous at the time of its premiere, this fiery and tragic love story has become a classic and features some of music’s best-known operatic arias like “Habanera” and “Toreador Song.”