The UNLV School of Music presents dozens of free classical music recitals and concerts every term. Most are by students, performing solo or in small groups. There are also performances by music faculty, guest artists, and visiting ensembles. Some things, such as their symphony orchestra and wind band concerts, have a small charge. You can find the complete list on their website.
Sin City Opera presents "A Night with the Flying Dutchman" October 25 at 7 p.m. and the 28th at 2 p.m. in the Charleston Heights Arts Center. It's a synoptic, multi-media, operatic production with a 14-piece orchestra.
The Flying Dutchman desperately seeks out love every seven years. He needs a woman to marry him to lift the curse he and his ghostly crew have been under for hundreds of years.
This popular party includes flips, remixes, and original tracks by Sade and Erykah Badu with selectors Mr. E, Cutso, and special guest The Whooligan. 18+ only. 11P, $10–$15. Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq, brooklynbowl.com
Formed in NYC in 1999, the band still follows its mission to compose, re-interpret, perform, and record music written for the moving image. 21+ only. 6P, $10. Brooklyn Bowl at The Linq, brooklynbowl.com
The world-renowned Indian classical musician has performed at the most prestigious concert halls, music festivals, and universities worldwide. 7P, $35–$55. Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com
Delivered with a level of passion and soul equal to the legendary sonic charge of his guitar, the sound of Carlos Santana is one of the world's best-known musical signatures. Support Nevada Public Radio with these specially-priced tickets.
The Las Vegas Philharmonic presents Mozart’s Overture To Cosi Van Tutte and Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, Glass’s Piano Concerto No. 3, and Bach’s Concerto for Keyboard No. 7 in G Minor. 7:30P, $30–$109. Reynolds Hall at The Smith Center, thesmithcenter.com
Petty Grass is Bluegrass versions of Tom Petty hits. Sing-alongs that some people didn’t even know they knew. Tom Petty songs are like that and Petty Grass celebrates this. Support Nevada Public Radio with your purchase.