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ART VIEWS Feature | September 30, 2022

ART VIEWS Features in September

September 23, 2022

September 16, 2022

September 9, 2022

September 2, 2022

ART VIEWS Features in August

August 26, 2022

Scott Falukner

Thoughts on Leadership

The topic of leadership, whether from the middle or the top of an organization, has been on my mind and remains absolutely crucial...

August 19, 2022

August 12, 2022

August 5, 2022

ART VIEWS Features in July

July 29, 2022

Scott Faulkner

Greetings from New York City!

Greetings from The Juilliard School in New York City! For the last decade, I have had the honor of being on the faculty of the League of American Orchestras’ Essentials of Orchestra Management seminar...

July 25, 2022

Chuck Reider

Hotter Than July

I don’t think the Reno Jazz Orchestra (RJO) could have picked a better program name featuring the music of Tina Turner and Stevie Wonder. Join us at Wingfield Park July 30th at 7:30pm for our Artown performance...

July 15, 2022

July 8, 2022

steve trounday

Vortex, the Ballet That Rocks 2022

With “Vortex,” Van Alstyne likes to shake things up a little and does something that is a little unconventional. He choreographs an exciting contemporary ballet that’s like no other...

July 1, 2022

Scott Faulkner

H. Elizabeth Lenz

“Elizabeth Lenz was, simply, astonishing. The greatest of the Greatest Generation, and a foundation upon which much of our community has been built. Her legacy and memory will last a very long time...”

ART VIEWS Features in June 2022

June 24, 2022

June 17, 2022

June 10, 2022

Steve Trounday

Ballet with a Live Orchestra

Once you’ve seen and heard a ballet performance with a live orchestra, there is really no comparison to one with a recording. There is something special...  

June 3, 2022

Scott Faulkner

A Thousand Blended Notes

As a musician, arts administrator, board member, teacher, and writer; hearing, creating, and advocating for thousands of blended notes are...

ART VIEWS Features in May 2022

May 27, 2022

May 20, 2022

by Rosine Bena 

Swan Lake: A Life-Changing Experience

Swan Lake is the most memorable and yet the most challenging of all the classical ballets – both technically and artistically. It is hauntingly beautiful and an unforgettable moving experience...

May 13, 2022

Steve Trounday

En Pointe

The rigors of ballet have almost no peer. To be able to dance for extended periods of time requires unbelievable stamina. Doing so while looking graceful and centered and en pointe is even more difficult...

May 6, 2022

Scott Faulkner

Music Not to be Missed in May

The young, supremely talented Alameda Quartet makes its NCMF debut this month. Along with these established ensembles, a number of local heroes will take the stage...

ART VIEWS Features in April 2022

April 29, 2022

Chuck Reider

Making Music in the New Millennium

How does this generation of jazz musicians (actually musicians in general) make a living and continue to practice “their trade?” With this in mind, I want to introduce you to two gifted local musicians...

April 22, 2022

April 15, 2022

Steve Trounday 

Local Dancer’s Rise to the Top

Becoming a professional ballet dancer is very difficult. "Art Views" contributor Steve Trounday talks to  A.V.A. Ballet Theatre’s artistic director, Alexander Van Alstyne about it...

April 8, 2022

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