The LVP Music Museum

The Las Vegas Philharmonic has opened a digital museum aimed at providing rich and interesting content from history’s greatest composers. The LVP Music Museum features biographies and performance samples from composers from the Baroque period to today! Learn about old favorites like Bach, Mozart, and Handel while you explore new favorites like Florence Price, Steve Reich, and Wendy Carlos.

The LVP Music Museum also features a Special Event Gallery, an exhibit room just off the lobby which hosts a rotating calendar of specially curated musical figures.
Explore LVP Music Museum

Check out the 2020 calendar below:

August and September 2020: Modern Conductors—Each conductor beings a unique style to any orchestra. In this special exhibition, you’ll meet 10 20th and 21st Century conductors who shaped the way orchestras have sounded and who continue to make large artistic advances in the orchestra world. You might even recognize one familiar face—that of our music director, Donato Cabrera!

October 2020: Proudly Musical—Every October is LGBTQIA2+ History Month and during October 2020, the LVP Music Museum will profile 10 influential LGBTQIA2+ composers who have made huge strides both for queer people as well as in the orchestra world. Be sure to stop in and join us as we celebrate being Proudly Musical.

November 2020: Musical Matriarchs—In November of 2020, the United States celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution, which granted women the right to vote. The LVP Music Museum’s Special Event Hall will feature 10 trailblazing women who have changed the face of classical music as we know it and who continue to innovate and create new and exciting things. You’ll also be able to participate in a vote of your very own—voting for your favorite piece of music highlighted in the Special Event Gallery!

December 2020: Global Traditions in Music—December is a time for many holidays and the LVP Music Museum’s Special Event Gallery will highlight cultural traditions from around the globe. From the sounds of Hanukkah to the carols of Christmas and a lot of fun and unique traditions in between, join us as we celebrate the end of 2020 by reflecting on how the world celebrates through music.

There are also some surprises scattered throughout the museum, so start exploring today!

Learning an Instrument

Strings

Click to read Parts of the Violin and Bow L. Ratigan

 

 

Woodwinds

 

 

Brass

 

 

Percussion

 

 

Composition Process