Renee Fleming, sometimes called “the people’s diva,” makes her (public) Las Vegas debut Thursday at The Smith Center with “Guilty Pleasures,” a selection of favorites ranging from opera to Broadway.
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Thomas Misuraca’s “Little Black Book,” winner of Las Vegas Little Theatre’s 2014 New Works Competition, opens a three-weekend run Friday in LVLT’s Fischer Black Box space.
Henderson celebrates two anniversaries — the city’s and its weekly farmers’ market — with Saturday’s Heritage Parade and Festival, themed “Let’s Go to the Market.”
For sculptor Dorit Schwartz, her art is all about an appreciation for the organic beauty found in nature. The Summerlin resident’s work will be part of the 30th anniversary of the Mission Federal ArtWalk, scheduled for April 26 and 27 in San Diego, and featured at the St. Jude black tie benefit set for May 3 at The Smith Center.
When Linda Campbell moved to Las Vegas from Los Angeles last fall, she was unaware that the Red Rock Canyon Interpretive Association was looking for artists for its first residency program. Her husband saw the flier and urged her to look into it. Of 20 entrants, she was one of three selected.
Internationally known painter and sculptor Graham Knuttel of Ireland is teaming up with students from the Las Vegas Academy of Arts to paint a mural to be placed on the Neonopolis building.
The Las Vegas Philharmonic’s new music director, Donato Cabrera, announced details of the orchestra’s 2014-15 season, but due to prior commitments he’ll only be conducting some of the concerts.
The Animal Foundation’s 11th annual Best in Show event is planned for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 27 at The Orleans, 4500 W. Tropicana Ave.
A large influx of pirates is headed to Las Vegas, and they’re not in search of buried treasure. The second annual Pirate Fest is scheduled for April 25-27 at Lorenzi Park, 3343 W. Washington Ave.
Las Vegas Philharmonic officials introduced Donato Cabrera as the orchestra’s new music director on Monday afternoon. Cabrera, who spent part of his boyhood in Las Vegas, also has served with the San Francisco Symphony and the California Symphony.