Las Vegas Philharmonic – An American Portrait

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The Smith Center

Venue: Reynolds Hall

361 Symphony Park Avenue

Las Vegas, NV

Show Times: 8pm



$50 - $98

Las Vegas Philharmonic – An American Portrait

The Las Vegas Philharmonic offers a rich cornucopia of American music this Thanksgiving season. Aaron Copland captured the American spirit with his stirring Fanfare for the Common Man and arrangements of American folk songs. This Fanfare is closely connected to The Smith Center, represented in the vibrant Symphony Park sculpture and Reynolds Hall foyer painting by local artist Tim Bavington. This will be the first performance of the work in Reynolds Hall. Tony Hsieh-CEO of Zappos.com, best-selling New York Times author and Las Vegas resident-narrates Copland's iconic musical portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Leonard Bernstein's infectious dance rhythms in the film West Side Story captured the music of New York immigrants as we celebrate the musical spirit of America at Thanksgiving time.

 

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