Las Vegas Philharmonic launches ‘Mini Series’ subscription package for the final four concerts of its 2012-13 seasonSubscriptions booked before January 31st receive a 15% discount
Mini Series Subscriptions available from The Smith Center Box Office,
Phone (702) 749-2000 or book online at thesmithcenter.com
The Las Vegas Philharmonic is offering a ‘Mini Series’ subscription package that gives ticket buyers a 15% discount on tickets for each of its final four concerts of the 2012-13 season. The performances will be held in Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center from February through May, 2013. Subscriptions purchased before January 31st will be sold at with 15% discount offered across three ticket price-points.
Following its next concert on Saturday, January 12, the orchestra will be just over half-way through its current nine concert season which is its first full season in Reynolds Hall as a resident company of The Smith Center. By purchasing tickets to all four concerts at once, the Mini Series subscription secures patrons a seat at each of the concerts and also entitles them to other subscriber benefits including a ticket exchange program and notification of special events and concerts.
“If you have not experienced your Las Vegas Philharmonic in Reynolds Hall so far this concert season, the Mini Series subscription is an excellent introduction to all that we do,” says Jeri Crawford, LV Philharmonic President & CEO. “With two of our fun, family-friendly Pops Series concerts alongside two of our Masterworks Series concerts featuring some of the most beloved works of the classical music repertoire, these final four events offer something for classical music aficionados and newcomers alike.”
The four concerts included in the Mini Series subscription package are:
Pops Series III: Mardi Gras in Las Vegas
Saturday, February 16, 8:00 p.m.
Let the good times roll with a scorching hot night of New Orleans jazz featuring charismatic trumpeter and singer, Byron Stripling in a concert led by guest conductor Steven Jarvi.
Pops Series IV: Lights, Camera, The Oscars!
Saturday March 9, 8:00 p.m.
An evening of movie music featuring grand orchestral performances of beloved film favorites with Oscar-winning songs performed by Teri Dale Hansen and Nat Chandler, led by guest conductor Randall Craig Fleischer.
Masterworks Series IV: A Touch of Brass
Saturday, April 6, 8:00 p.m.
This concert is a mighty pairing of brass and Brahms that will showcase the talents of world-renowned trumpet duo Barbara Butler and Charles Geyer and features a special performance by the Clark County School District Honor Brass Ensemble. Brahms’s Symphony No. 3 and Barber’s Overture to School for Scandal are featured on a program that will be led by guest conductor Daniel Meyer.
Masterworks Series V: Celestial Bodies
Saturday, May 4, 8:00 p.m.
The grand finale for the season promises to be out of this world! Gustav Holst’s The Planets is one of the most beloved works in the classical repertoire and in this, the Philharmonic’s ‘Year of Pictures’ the performance will be enhanced by high definition images from space. David Lockington conducts and the Women from the Las Vegas Master Singers will be featured in the performance of The Planets.
The three Mini Series subscription ticket price-points offered are:
Before January 31st (15% discount):
A section seats - $321.40 ($80.35 per concert)
B section seats - $219.40 ($54.85 per concert)
C section seats - $158.20 ($39.55 per concert)
Mini Series subscriptions purchased after January 31st will be sold at the full ticket rate:
A section seats - $376.00 ($94.00 per concert)
B section seats - $256.00 ($64.00 per concert)
C section seats - $184.00 ($46.00 per concert)
Seating charts available online at lvphil.com and thesmithcenter.com
Mini Series Subscriptions are available to purchase by phone from The Smith Center Box Office, (702) 749-2000, or online.
Single tickets to all concerts available from The Smith Center Box Office.
PRESS CONTACT INFORMATION:
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