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22/23 Season

Welcome to the Reno Chamber Orchestra’s 48th Season


The Real Us

Join us in celebrating Maestro Kelly Kuo’s first full season with the RCO! Maestro Kuo has programmed a beautiful season of music that delves into the classics of chamber orchestra repertoire with phenomenal guest artists alongside your fabulous Reno Chamber Orchestra. This upcoming season will also see our return to Nightingale Concert Hall for both Saturday and Sunday performances, except for our Baroque concert which will be presented at Trinity Episcopal Church. 

Saturday concerts begin at 7:30pm
Sunday concerts begin at 2pm*

Single concert tickets are available now!

Click any of the blue buttons below to be taken to our ticketing portal.



Subscriptions continue to be available for purchase until 24 hours prior to our first

season concert, however, seating availability will be impacted by single ticket sales.

Call to purchase your subscription soon for the best availability!

775-348-9413, M-F, 10am – 3pm

Venues, dates, repertoire and guest artists are all subject to change but we will do

our absolute best to maintain the season as presented here.

*Baroque and Beyond's Sunday performance will be at 3 pm.

October 8 & 9, 2022

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The Spice of Life

Life is more interesting with a variety of music!  Works by Fauré, Schubert, and Clarice Assad, featuring violinist Adrian Anantawan, a fierce advocate for disability and the arts.

Kelly Kuo, conductor

Adrian Anantawan, violin

FAURE  Masques et Bergamasques, Op. 11*

ASSAD  Violin Concerto (2004)*

SCHUBERT  Symphony No. 2 in B-flat Major, D.125

Please note: dates, venues, artists and works are subject to change

November 19 & 20, 2022

It's About Time

Musical contributions of women take the spotlight alongside Haydn’s famous Clock symphony.


Kelly Kuo, conductor

Christine Lamprea, cello

MARTINES  Sinfonia in C Major*

SHOSTAKOVICH  Cello Concerto No. 1 in E-flat Major, Op. 107

MONTGOMERY  Starburst*

HAYDN  Symphony No. 101 in D Major, “Clock”*

Please note: dates, venues, artists and works are subject to change

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February 18 & 19, 2023

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Primal Voices

Mountains, the sea, and the creation of the world speak to the essential voices of our planet in works by Milhaud, Piazzolla, Debussy, and newcomer

Juhi Bansal. 

Kelly Kuo, conductor

Hanzhi Wang, accordion

MILLHAUD  La creation du monde, op. 81*

PIAZZOLLA  Aconcagua (Snow Covered Mountain)*

BANSAL  Songs from the Deep*


Please note: dates, venues, artists and works are subject to change

April 29 & 30, 2023

Baroque & Beyond

From Vivaldi to Bach and more – established classics and works inspired by Baroque music – with RCO’s own musicians as soloists. Presented at

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Kelly Kuo, conductor

Paul Lenz, trumpet

Jef Derderian, trumpet

MAGLE  The Fairest of Roses*

TELEMANN  Don Quichotte Suite

VIVALDI  Concerto in C Major for 2 Trumpets, RV 537

WIANCKO  ‘La Folia’ Variations*

BACH  Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B Minor, BMV 1067

Please note: dates, venues, artists and works are subject to change.

The Sunday April 30th performance will be

presented at 3 pm

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May 20 & 21, 2023

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The Brilliant Mind


Acclaimed pianist Jon Kimura Parker returns to close the

season with Beethoven’s 3rd Piano concerto on a program which shines light on mental health struggles.

Kelly Kuo, conductor

Jon Kimura Parker, piano

SCHUMANN/RAVEL  Carnaval, Op. 9*

POULENC  Sinfonietta*

BEETHOVEN  Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor

Please note: dates, venues, artists and works are

subject to change

 *- denotes the RCO premiere of this work