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Reno Nevada Performing Arts

Performing Arts

The Reno Chamber Orchestra

The Reno Chamber Orchestra (RCO) performs the greatest works written for the smaller orchestra from across the centuries, from Baroque to contemporary world premieres. The RCO performs at Nightingale Concert Hall on the University of Nevada, Reno campus. It is the premier acoustical environment in the Reno Tahoe area, where every seat enjoys a spectacular view of the performance and equally fine sound. The exceptional playing of this brilliant orchestra combines with the warmth of Nightingale Concert Hall to produce a concert experience like no other.

The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra

The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra is comprised of some of the most brilliant professional musicians you're likely to meet. Anywhere. Bring your family and friends and embark upon a musical adventure that you will not soon forget. The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra is committed to bringing the finest symphonic music to the area.

Nevada Opera

Nevada Opera has been operating since 1968.  Experience live opera in spectacular productions with some of America's finest singers at the Pioneer Center for Performing Arts in downtown Reno .  In addition, the company has an extensive, state-wide education and outreach program and performs free outdoor concerts in the summer. Nevada Opera Youth Chorus is comprised of talented area youngsters who sing with the opera and other performing arts groups.

cosiBroadway Comes to Reno!

The Pioneer Center for the Performing Arts is the home of The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra, A.V.A. Ballet Theatre, Nevada Opera, the Comedy Underground and its own Broadway Comes to Reno Series.  During your next visit to Reno Tahoe, experience an authentic Broadway production at The Pioneer.

UNR Performing Arts Series

Finally, the University of Nevada, Reno Performing Arts Series brings some of the world's finest performers to the university's Nightingale Concert Hall. All concerts begin at 7:30 p.m. in Nightingale Concert Hall, located in the university's Church Fine Arts Complex on North Virginia Street.