| December 17, 2015 | Culture
The Las Vegas Philharmonic begins new ticketing program for classical music aficionados.
Conductor Donato Cabrera and the Las Vegas Philharmonic.
The Las Vegas Philharmonic’s new Flex Passport program gives patrons the opportunity to purchase six seats for the symphony’s upcoming performances, in the orchestra, dress circle, or gallery B sections of the Smith Center’s Reynolds Hall, all for a flat rate of $300. From there, you can decide which shows to attend and how many seats to redeem—or give to a friend—for each one. Our advice? Reserve your Flex Passport now for the orchestra’s remaining six Reynolds Hall shows, including conductor Donato Cabrera’s interpretations of works by Rachmaninoff, Mozart, and George Gershwin. Reynolds Hall, Smith Center for the Performing Arts, 702-258-5438
PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF LAS VEGAS PHILHARMONIC
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