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Local Culture: Where art thou, arts?

OPINION: building vibrant local cultural identity key to city life quality -In the past year, Henderson has lost a number of significant arts offerings, both public and private. The Shakespeare in the Park Festival, a popular cultural mainstay for nearly 30 years is – at least for now – no more. Shannon McMackin’s VAST Art […]

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“…about the MUSIC”

ARTS: Taras Krysa’s lasting mark on the Henderson Symphony – Things were about to get very different for the Henderson Symphony Orchestra when Taras Krysa came on as the new conductor eight years ago. “When he first came to work with us we were playing our concerts in a high school gym,” said Leslie Godfrey, […]

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VIDEO: Chaplin’s ‘The Circus’ at Pavilion

  ARTS: Henderson Symphony Orchestra celebrates iconic silver screen character with screening of ‘The Circus’ –One hundred years ago, Charlie Chaplin put on his tramp wardrobe for the first time. In honor of its centennial celebration, Kid Auto Races at Venice was screened with the Henderson Symphony Orchestra performing Timothy Brock’s new score at the Henderson Pavilion, […]

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Brahms’ German Requiem marks symphony season finale

ARTS: Henderson Symphony performs with Las Vegas Master Singers at Pavilion – An audience of more than 400 hundred people turned out for the Henderson Symphony Orchestra‘s season finale at the Pavilion, May 9. The orchestra performed ‘A Germany Requiem’, the longest work by Johannes Brahms. The meditation of life and death was composed between […]

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