Reno Philharmonic passes the baton – Laura Jackson named new conductor

The Reno Philharmonic Orchestra introduced its newest leader this week with the naming of Laura Jackson as conductor. Jackson brings a diverse background and an impressive resume. Most recently, Jackson served as assistant conductor/American conducting fellow with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. She has held several orchestral as well as academic posts, and has served as…

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May will be bringing more than just spring flowers and special outings with mom. Make it a month to try a new activity! Our small but brilliant theaters make for a must-see experience, and the musicians and artists in this town are truly unbelievable. See for yourself at a variety of unique venues throughout Reno.…

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It’s mid-April already? It’s time to party like there’s no tomorrow… because tomorrow keeps getting warmer and warmer. So join the cool kids and enjoy some spring skiing and fun events at your favorite resort before we say “See you next season!” to the slopes.   Alpine Meadows : 33rd Annual Snow Golf Tournament Sat.…

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Mother’s Day. May 8, 2016. The day where brunch and bouquets are used to trick our mothers into forgetting the shenanigans we put them through the other 364 days of the year. Lucky for me, my mom loves brunch. (because she’s human) Also, she’s coming up to Reno to visit her favorite child this Mother’s…

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There are tremendous things happening in Northern Nevada, which makes Reno Tahoe USA a new and exciting place to hold your next big Data Con. Reno’s diversified economy can provide one-of-a-kind field trips, workshops, access to speakers as well as potential corporate sponsorships during an event. From new air service to growth of restaurants, cultural…

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