UNLV PAC Announces 44th Season (2019-2020)

The cast of The Mikado

The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players in the Act One Finale of The Mikado

Cinderella's Ugly Stepfamily

Cinderella's Ugly Stepfamily from the Russian National Ballet's production of Cinderella

Apr. 8, 2019

The UNLV Performing Arts Center is pleased to announce the upcoming 2019-2020 season of performances. This season marks the center's 44th.

11-member a cappella group Voctave performs in December with a program of Disney and Holiday favorites. Chart-toppers on Billboard, Voctave’s videos have been viewed by over 100 million. Then, two groups return by popular demand. To kick off 2020, the Russian National Ballet presents Cinderella, and in March, the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players will perform their new interpretation of The Mikado. Also in March, you’ve probably never seen anything like the Mnozil Brass. These seven brass players of Mnozil weave, comedy, dance, and song into their show. To close the season on Mother's Day weekend, GRAMMY®-winning pianist Emanuel Ax performs an all-Beethoven program in honor of Beethoven’s 250th birthday (the Charles Vanda Honorary Concert).

The UNLV Performing Arts Center celebrates 15 years of bringing the best of guitar to Las Vegas! In October, join us for Flamenco Legends by Javier Limón: The Paco de Lucía Project with the original band that toured with legendary flamenco artist. The Grigoryan Brothers from Australia return in November; then in February, we welcome Sérgio and Odair Assad back to Las Vegas. Raphaël Feuillâtre, a student of guitar master Roland Dyens and winner of the 2018 Guitar Foundation of America International Concert Artist Competition, helps end our season-long celebration in April! 

The UNLV Chamber Music Society presents WindSync in October and The Miró Quartet in April. This season’s 3 concerts with UNLV faculty members include Robert & Clara in September, Hidden Gems in February, and Bohemian Rhapsodies in March. 

In addition, the UNLV College of Fine Arts is hosting a special event in September—A Thousand Thoughts: A Live Documentary with the Kronos Quartet. Sam Green tells the multi-decade and continent-spanning story of the Quartet while the group revisits its extensive body of work live. 

Ticket Information

The UNLV PAC has several season package options from which to choose. Purchase all 14 shows with premier seats for $321 (that’s less than $23 per ticket); purchase the 4 guitar concerts for less than $130 or the 5 chamber music concerts for less than $115. Other discounts are available. Please see the season order form for all the details.