Reno Orchestra Concerts

CONCERTS

On April 1st and 2nd, the RCO collaborates with the University of Nevada, Reno Chamber Chorale in a presentation titled "Spiritual Masterworks: Mourning-Healing."

Reno Orchestra Concerts

NSOU Concert 3/18/17

The Reno Chamber Orchestra is pleased to announce that it will present the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine Kiev live in concert at the Pioneer Center for the Arts.

Reno Orchestra Concerts

TICKETS

You can purchase 2016-17 RCO tickets here, or by calling the RCO office at (775) 348-9413. Tickets are available at the door starting one hour before each performance.

UPCOMING EVENTS

National Symphony Orchestra Ukraine


The orchestra will be conducted by its “conductor laureate” none other than our very own RCO music director and conductor, Theodore Kuchar. This is one of forty three concerts being performed by the NSOUK in their 2017 North American tour.
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When: Sat March 18 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Spiritual Masterworks: Mourning – Healing


Sofia Soloviy, soprano
Theodore Kuchar, conductor
UNR Chamber Chorale, Paul Torkelson, Director
Beethoven Ah! Perfido Op. 65
Dvořák Stabat Mater Op. 58

The RCO collaborates yet again with the University of Nevada, Reno Chamber Chorale in a presentation titled “Spiritual Masterworks: Mourning-Healing”. The monumental Stabat Mater by the Czech master Antonin Dvořák is the centerpiece of this program. Written in response to the death of his daughter, Josefa, the composer delayed completion of the work. He returned to it in 1877 following the death of two more of his children and it was premiered in 1880 in Prague.
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When: Sat April 1 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Where: Nightingale Concert Hall

Spiritual Masterworks: Mourning – Healing


Sofia Soloviy, soprano
Theodore Kuchar, conductor
UNR Chamber Chorale, Paul Torkelson, Director
Beethoven Ah! Perfido Op. 65
Dvořák Stabat Mater Op. 58

The RCO collaborates yet again with the University of Nevada, Reno Chamber Chorale in a presentation titled “Spiritual Masterworks: Mourning-Healing”. The monumental Stabat Mater by the Czech master Antonin Dvořák is the centerpiece of this program. Written in response to the death of his daughter, Josefa, the composer delayed completion of the work. He returned to it in 1877 following the death of two more of his children and it was premiered in 1880 in Prague.
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When: Sun April 2 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Where: Nightingale Concert Hall

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