SNC:AGO Recital Series Season Finale
Organ & Choral Festival on June 7 at 7:30 PM
Friday, June 7, 2019
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Dr. Rando Grillot Recital Hall, Beam Music Center, UNLV (map)
THE SNCAGO presents its final concert of the season, as part of its fourteenth annual concert recital series. The Organ & Choir festival will pair local choirs with organists and other featured instrumentalists, performing music composed for choral groups and organ. The free concert will be held at 7:30 pm in the Dr. Rando-Grillot Recital Hall in the Lee & Thomas Beam Music Center on the UNLV campus.
This event is FREE to the public. No ticket is required.
SNC:AGO announces recitalists for its fifteenth annual concert series
Information for all recital series concert dates:
VENUE: Dr. Rando-Grillot Recital Hall, Beam Music Center on the UNLV Campus
Concerts begin at 7:30 pm (with the exception of the Holiday Recital at 3 pm)
All concerts are free to the public
Engaging, supporting and uplifting every organist in Southern Nevada.
Inspiring. Educating. Cultivating a love of music and organ.
The SNC:AGO hosts an annual series of free concerts which attract some of the world’s most talented performing artists, as well as up-and-coming musicians. Our 2019-2020, fifteenth season will be one of our best yet.
Workshops & Outreach
The Southern Nevada Chapter hosts a number of events to allow organists and choral directors to improve their skills: church performance, working with choirs, concertizing… plus events for piano students and kids.
Community Concerts & Events
Check out our calendar of local organ & other musical events presented by our members and local churches. We have so many talented musicians & vocalists in the Las Valley. You won’t to miss any of these amazing, musical events.
Networking & Membership
As a member of the chapter, you will come into contact with other church & concert organists, conductors and musicians. It’s a great way to meet peers and to start amazing collaborations. You should join our ranks!
Championing Instruments & Sound.
Members of the Southern Nevada Chapter: AGO have an enduring love of the king of instruments. The organization strives to advocate for not only the preservation of instruments currently in the region, but actively work to promote & encourage the building of new organs throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
Raymond Barnes Memorial Scholarship Fund
We continue to honor the memory of our long-time Dean through our scholarship fund which helps to support young musicians interested in studying the organ. The scholarships allow local students to attend Pipe Organ Encounters, week long summer camps for the organ, offered by the American Guild of Organists.
A message from our Dean.
Greetings from the Dean,
On behalf of the Southern Nevada Chapter of the American Guild of Organists I welcome you to our exciting new and improved website! I am confident you will enjoy the new content, links to other sites, chapter history, details regarding local instruments, expanded information, member benefits, and so much more.
We welcome all visitors and encourage you to browse the entire site. We look forward to receiving your insights, feedback, ideas and suggestions. Please provide us with your comments, so we can constantly improve and maintain the site. (Email us, CLICK HERE)
I strongly urge you to learn more, get involved and participate in our recitals, workshops and other activities. As our guests and patrons, feel free to contribute as a donor to our recital series, scholarship fund for organ students, and other worthy causes. Please also consider joining the AGO. Membership will bring added benefits and access to activities and information.
Welcome and enjoy!
Steven R. Wright, Dean
Southern Nevada Chapter
American Guild of Organists