The Performing Arts Series at the University of Nevada, Reno is back on stage with six captivating in-person performances.
“This season’s lineup of extraordinary artists, performing in person from our own stage, will allow all of us, once again, to experience the transformative power of the arts,” said Shoshana Zeldner, Program Manager at the School of the Arts. “Each performance is sure to fill our evenings with joy, intrigue and inspiration.”
On Thursday, September 9, the series welcomes audiences back on stage with extraordinary performer and jazz prodigy Grace Kelly at the Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and food and drinks will be available from emPienada, CosaNostraSF and The Tap Wagon. Kelly will take the stage at 7:30 p.m., under the stars.
Kelly will also be holding a free meeting with University students at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, September 8 at the Joe Crowley Student Union Center (third floor). Students will have the chance to ask Kelly their questions in an intimate setting, win free tickets to her September 9 show, and even hear a song or two.
The brilliant saxophonist, singer, songwriter and songwriter has accumulated lifelong accomplishments and is still in her twenties. Kelly’s impressive resume includes 13 acclaimed albums, sold-out concerts, awards, house group performances for “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” and at the Hollywood Bowl, to name a few. Presented by Vanity Show magazine as a millennial shaking up the jazz world, Kelly’s cutting edge brand of electro jazz-pop and inventive digital content is propelling her to the forefront of the fusion scene.
The season will continue in the Nightingale Concert Hall with contemporary dance from the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company on Thursday, October 14, 2021; the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center performing all Brandenburg concertos, co-presented with Apex Concerts, on Thursday, December 9, 2021; the Irish group Goitse on Thursday, February 24, 2022; the famous a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey In The Rock on Thursday March 10, 2022; and jazz singer Michael Mayo performing alongside the entire faculty, The Collective, on Thursday, April 28, 2022.
“The arts have been challenged in so many ways over the past year and a half and we understand how much we all want and need art in our daily lives,” Zeldner said. “We are committed to continuing to present exceptional works. artistic opportunities in our community and will adapt as needed throughout the season to ensure a safe experience for all event attendees.
Four of the performances will also be broadcast live and available for on-demand viewing for three days. Access to these shows is included with all in-person ticket purchases and available to those who can only participate virtually for $ 15. Live-streamed performances include Rire-Woodbury Dance Company, Goitse, Sweet Honey In The Rock, and Michael Mayo + The Collective.
Season tickets for the Performing Arts Series, Fall and Spring 3-Packs, and Individual Tickets are now available online, by phone through the Lawlor Events Center (775-784-4444), or in person at the box office from the Lawlor Events Center (10 am-5pm, Monday through Friday, 1500 N. Virginia St. Reno, lower level entrance).
Grace Kelly’s individual tickets cost $ 20 / $ 36 (adult), $ 18 / $ 31 (faculty and senior staff / UNR), and $ 12 / $ 16 (youth). University student tickets for all shows are $ 5 and must be purchased in person at the Lawlor Events Center or at the box office on the night of the show (at the event venue, opens one hour before the show).
Season subscribers receive tickets to all six performances, save 12%, receive the best seats in the house, and have access to subscriber-only events and live streaming of each performance (available for three days to select from representations). Season tickets cost $ 190 (adult), $ 163 (teachers and senior staff / UNR) and $ 84 (youth) and the fall and spring 3-packs are $ 100 (adult), $ 86 (teachers and senior staff / UNR) and $ 44 (youth).
In addition to the Performing Arts Series, the School of the Arts presents the Reno Jazz Festival and Lake Tahoe Music Camp as well as world-class visual art exhibits, musical performances, theatrical productions, concerts by dance and public art events presented by the departments of Art, Music, Drama and Dance. The School of the Arts, along with the College of the Liberal Arts, encourage a large campus and community involvement in the arts through numerous performances, lectures, exhibitions, foundation courses and outreach activities that explore diverse cultures and encourage learning. throughout life. The School of the Arts degree programs provide a solid foundation in a range of artistic disciplines, enabling students to contribute as artists, educators, and academics at the local level and beyond.
The 2021-2022 Performing Arts Series is funded in part by WESTAF (the Western Arts Federation); the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency; associate students of the University of Nevada and the Graduate Student Association. In-kind support is provided by CLM Design, Advertising, Interactive.
For more information about the School of the Arts, visit the School of the Arts website, call 775-784-4278 or email [email protected] Event information, news and photos are also available by following the School of the Arts Instagram, School of the Arts Twitter and the School of the Arts Facebook page.