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Activity Tickets LLC

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Activity Tickets LLC

P.O. Box 3488

Incline Village, Nevada,89450

United States

Company Description

Book Lake Tahoe, Reno and Carson City activities, water sports, tours, rentals, events, entertainment and other activity tickets online....more

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House Recital with harpist Jeremy Keppelmann | more »
Activity Tickets | TAHOE 1-800-GoTahoe House Recital with harpist Jeremy Keppelmann Jeremy Keppelmann Carson City Symphony logo The recital features award-winning classical harpist, Jeremy Keppelmann, accompanied by pianist Eric Kao. Keppelmann, age 22, soloed with the Carson City Symphony in 2006 at age 13, and with the Reno Philharmonic the following year. Now in the harp program at Indiana University, Bloomington, he has been winning awards in international competitions since 2005. David Bugli, Music Director of the Carson City Symphony, said \"If you\'ve heard Jeremy before, you know you are in for a musical treat. Keppelmann began playing piano at age 5 and harp at 7. He was featured as one of the first Stars of Tomorrow performers at the USA International Harp Competition in 2004. He finished third in the junior division of the 2005 Lily Laskine international harp competition in Deauxville, France, and was a featured performer at the World Harp Congress Focus on Youth series, in 2005 in Dublin and in 2008 in Amsterdam. In 2008, he appeared on the National Public Radio show From the Top, and in 2009 he was principal harpist in the Nevada Operas presentation of Carmen. Keppelmann studied with Linda Rollo in Saratoga, Calif., Catherine Michel in France, and Elizabeth Hainen at the Curtis Institute of Music.


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Harp Recital by Jeremy Keppelmann at Brewery Arts Center
Remember Jeremy? He soloed with the Carson City Symphony in 2006 at age 13, and with the Reno Philharmonic the following year. Now in the harp program at Indiana University, Jeremy has been winning awards in international competitions since 2005. He'll be playing at the Brewery Arts Center in the Ballroom on Friday, June 14, 2013, at 7:30 p.m., sponsored by the Symphony Association and the Brewery Arts Center. If you've heard him before, you know you are in for a musical treat. If you haven't heard him yet, don't miss this chance! Jeremy Keppelmann, age 20, began playing piano when he was 5 and harp when he was 7. He was featured as one of the first Stars of Tomorrow performers at the USA International Harp Competition in 2004. In 2005, he finished 3rd in the junior division of the Lily Laskine international harp competition in Deauxville, France. Jeremy was a featured performer at the World Harp Congress, Focus on Youth series, in both 2005 (Dublin) and 2008 (Amsterdam). In 2007, he soloed with the Reno Philharmonic (the Handel concerto) in their Master Classics series. In 2008, he appeared on the National Public Radio show "From the Top," and in 2009 he was the principal harpist in the Nevada Opera's presentation of "Carmen.


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Harpist Jeremy Keppelmann presents Harp Recital
Sunday, May 1, 2016 Photograph of Jeremy Keppelmann The Carson City Symphony Association presents an elegant musical evening: harpist Jeremy Keppelmann, presenting a harp recital on Sunday, May 1, 2016, at 6:30 p.m. This house recital will be presented at the Radig House, 2662 Danielle Drive, Carson City. Mr. Keppelmann will be accompanied by pianist Eric Kao. Keppelmann, age 22, soloed with the Carson City Symphony in 2006 at age 13, and with the Reno Philharmonic the following year. Now in the harp program at Indiana University, Bloomington, he has been winning awards in international competitions since 2005. David Bugli, Music Director of the Carson City Symphony, said, "If you've heard Jeremy before, you know you are in for a musical treat. Keppelmann began playing piano at age 5 and harp at 7. He was featured as one of the first Stars of Tomorrow performers at the USA International Harp Competition in 2004. He finished third in the junior division of the 2005 Lily Laskine international harp competition in Deauxville, France, and was a featured performer at the World Harp Congress Focus on Youth series, in 2005 in Dublin and in 2008 in Amsterdam. In 2008, he appeared on the National Public Radio show From the Top, and in 2009 he was principal harpist in the Nevada Opera's presentation of Carmen. Keppelmann studied with Linda Rollo in Saratoga, Calif., Catherine Michel in France, and Elizabeth Hainen at the Curtis Institute of Music.


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Music by Rachel Ing, piano, Jeremy Keppelmann, harp, Molly Carr, viola, Christopher Lin-Brande, violin, Bryan Chuan, piano, and a quintet (Ruth Lenz & Christopher Lin-Brande, violins, Molly Carr, viola, Johnny Lenz, cello, Rachel Ing, piano).


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Sunday, April 23, 4:00 p.m., Oats Park Arts Center, Fallon - Symphony Concert with guest soloist Jeremy Keppelmann , harp, and the Ruth Lenz-Johnny Lenz-Rachel Ing Trio.
Music by Grieg, Bizet, Handel, Brahms, and Piazzolla. Tickets $12 general admission; $10 for Association members, seniors, and students; free for age 16 and under. Tickets available in advance at the Brewery Arts Center (775-883-4154) in Carson City, Jeff's Copy Express and Postage Plus in Fallon, online at ActivityTickets.com, or at the door. •Sunday, May 21, 2006, 4:00 p.m., Brewery Arts Center Performance Hall - "Symphony of Flavors" benefit recital featuring student musicians. ala Showcase event with music, catered dinner, and selected wines. Recital at the BAC Performance Hall, followed by a sumptuous dinner in the BAC Grand Ballroom. Performers are Rachel Ing, piano, Ruth Lenz, violin, Christina Quigley, trumpet, Joan Young, bassoon, Paul Fleming, tuba, Jeremy Keppelmann, piano, Jakob Keppelmann, piano, and a special appearance of the "Strings in the Schools" youth orchestra, directed by Sue Kitts.


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