Triumph of the Human Spirit with the Reno Pops Orchestra
Come join the Reno Pops Orchestra on Saturday, November 5, for a celebration of the human spirit! This inspiring program features the music of cultures who have maintained their traditions of music and dance in spite of overwhelming odds. The evening will feature Native American music, including the world premiere of “Wovoka’s Dream” by Reno's own Christy Carew Marshall, as well as beautiful Native American Singing and Dancing by local and visiting Indian tribes. Then enjoy a tribute to the musical and cultural traditions of the Jewish people, including a Klezmer clarinet feature called “Lament & Freilach", "Fiddler on the Roof" and the sound score from "The Ten Commandments." You’ll also hear the music of Carson City composer Gary Buchanan’s “Sagebrush Suite” reflecting a love for Nevada’s desert West and Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8. Other highlights of the evening will include a South African Zulu anthem featuring the Nevada Opera Youth Chorus and this year’s Reno Pops Concerto Festival winner, violinist Clio Brady, performing “Fantaisie Ballet” by de Beriot.
Don't miss this special night of inspiring music at Nightingale Concert Hall, November 5, 7:00 pm. Admission is free -- donations accepted at the door.
Call 775-673-1234 or log into RenoPops.org for more information about this program and the Reno Pops Orchestra.
Saturday, November 5, 2011
Nightingale Concert Hall
University of Nevada, Reno
Cost: Free - Donations welcome
The Reno Pops Orchestra is an all-volunteer orchestra which serves the Reno-Sparks community by providing free or low-cost, high-quality concerts and actively promoting music education to families and children. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit orchestra funded by grants, sponsorships, and donations. For more information, contact us at:
Mail: P.O. Box 20952, Reno, NV 89515