In The News: School of Music
Human Nature had for the first time performed as a three-man unit in Las Vegas, the highlighted entertainment at the KMA Power of Love VIP event at Wally’s Wine & Spirits’ speakeasy at Resorts World.
While the pandemic has impacted so many physical aftereffects, mental health has become a top priority in society, and musical therapy is becoming more popular to treat stress and anxiety.
The pandemic has affected so many and now mental health has become a top priority, so musical therapy is now becoming more popular to treat stress and anxiety.
Looking Up, a 2021 Vegas Records CD release, celebrates student achievements of our 2020-2021 UNLV School of Music, Division of Jazz and Commercial Music.
Aspiring professional clarinetist promotes peace and understanding through performing music from Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan.
A review of the latest two-disc release from the program's premier big band and eight smaller, varied jazz combos.
Culture: Art exhibits, theater productions, and more.
On a beautiful Monday morning, I met Madelyn Salazar and Temree Adamson walking on the UNLV mall. Both are freshmen on their first day in college.
The UNLV School of Music is serving up a full slate of shows this fall — and its annual Jazz Concert Series might be the centerpiece.
David Perrico’s Pop Strings held residency at Cleopatra’s Barge at Caesars Palace for four years, and has also performed at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at the Smith Center for the past seven.
We want our gifts to be treasured for many years. What about the “gifts” that are treasured yet cannot be bought?
The Jazz Aspen Snowmass two-week intensive workshop taking place July 11-25, will be followed by the highly-acclaimed JAS Academy "Individual/Big Band Sessions," from July 25 - Aug. 8, led by JAS Academy Artistic Director & multi-Grammy winning Bassist Christian McBride