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Nov. 9/10, 2019: Enigma Variations

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

Release Date: 10/29/2019

April 24/25, 2021: Fanfare Finale show art April 24/25, 2021: Fanfare Finale

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss "Fanfare Finale," the final concert of the Reno Phil's 2020-21 season, which features music by Aaron Copland, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, and Piotr Tchaikovsky. Laura Jackson also speaks with Reno Phil concertmaster Ruth Lenz, the violin soloist in the Violin Concerto No. 2 by the Chevalier de Saint-Georges.

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March 27/28, 2021: Serenade for Strings show art March 27/28, 2021: Serenade for Strings

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss "Serenade for Strings," the fifth concert of the Reno Phil's 2020-21 season, which features music by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, the Chevalier de Saint-Georges, and Piotr Tchaikovsky. Laura Jackson also speaks with Reno Phil concertmaster Ruth Lenz, the violin soloist in the Violin Concerto No. 2 by the Chevalier de Saint-Georges.

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February 27/28, 2021: Flirting With Melodies show art February 27/28, 2021: Flirting With Melodies

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss "Flirting With Melodies," the fourth concert of the Reno Phil's 2020-21 season, which features music by Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and Josef Suk. Laura Jackson also speaks with percussionists Eric Middleton and Carol Colwell, the marimba soloists in the Reno Phil's world premiere of a new version of Julie Spencer's "Tree Song" that will also be on the program.

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January 23/24, 2021: Winds of Change show art January 23/24, 2021: Winds of Change

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

In this episode of Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast, we hear from all three Reno Phil wind players featured in the Phil's "Winds of Change: Virtual Woodwind Showcase." Oboist Jordan Pyle, bassoonist Eric Fassbender, and clarinetist Joshua Anderson speak with Chris Morrison about their careers and the music by Schumann, Saint-Saens, and Brahms they'll play in the third concert of the Reno Phil's 2020-21 season.

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November 7/8, 2020: Dare We Dance? show art November 7/8, 2020: Dare We Dance?

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

In this episode of Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast, Reno Phil Music Director and Conductor Laura Jackson, harpist Marina Roznitovsky Oster, and dancer Martina Young speak with Chris Morrison about the second concert of the Reno Phil's 2020-21 season. Titled "Dare We Dance?", the concert is a celebration of dance featuring music by Claude Debussy, Camille Saint-Saens, Osvaldo Golijov, and Jennifer Higdon.

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October 3/4, 2020: Out of the Silence show art October 3/4, 2020: Out of the Silence

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

In this episode of Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast, Music Director Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss the Reno Phil's return to the concert stage after several months. They discuss the impact of the coronavirus on the Reno Phil's activities, as well as the music of William Grant Still, Benjamin Britten, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart featured in the October 3/4 performance.

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March 21/22, 2020: Scheherazade show art March 21/22, 2020: Scheherazade

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

In this episode of Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast, Music Director Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss the fifth concerts of the Reno Phil's 2019-20 season, Scheherazade, which were to have happened on March 21 and 22, 2020, but have been canceled due to the precautions being taken around the coronavirus COVID-19. They discuss both the cancellation as well as the music by Jennifer Higdon, Franz Liszt, and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov that the Phil would have performed.

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Feb. 22/23, 2020: Landscapes & Legends of Mexico show art Feb. 22/23, 2020: Landscapes & Legends of Mexico

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

In this episode of Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast, Music Director Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss the fourth concerts of the Reno Phil's 2019-20 season, Landscapes and Legends of Mexico. On February 22 and 23, 2020, colorful music by Copland, Revueltas, and Marquez is combined with stunning photography by Westwater Arts and Nicholas Bardonnay to weave a tapestry of the landscapes and people of Mexico. The program begins with the adventures of Don Quixote as depicted by Richard Strauss.

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Jan. 18/19, 2020: Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto show art Jan. 18/19, 2020: Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

In this episode of Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast, Music Director and Conductor Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss the third concerts of the Reno Phil's 2019-20 season. On January 18 and 19, 2020, Laura Jackson, guest violinist Esther Yoo, and the Reno Phil perform Sarah Kirkland Snider’s evocative Something for the Dark, Tchaikovsky’s beloved Violin Concerto, and Carl Nielsen’s Symphony No. 4, the "Inextinguishable," a dramatic work written in the midst of World War I.

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Nov. 9/10, 2019: Enigma Variations show art Nov. 9/10, 2019: Enigma Variations

Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast

In this episode of Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast, Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss the second concerts of the Reno Phil's 2019-20 season. On November 9 and 10, 2019, Laura Jackson, the Orchestra, and guest violinist Oliver Leitner perform Ernest Chausson's Poeme, Franz Josef Haydn's dramatic Symphony No. 49 "La passione," and Sir Edward Elgar's colorful masterpiece the "Enigma" Variations.

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In this episode of Inside the Music: The Reno Phil Podcast, Laura Jackson and Chris Morrison discuss the second concerts of the Reno Phil's 2019-20 season. On November 9 and 10, 2019, Laura Jackson, the Orchestra, and guest violinist Oliver Leitner perform Ernest Chausson's Poeme, Franz Josef Haydn's dramatic Symphony No. 49 "La passione," and Sir Edward Elgar's colorful masterpiece the "Enigma" Variations.