Taking classical music outside the concert hall... for a great cause.

Classical music is approachable and accessible, thanks to how we repackage the experience! The world’s finest artists are performing a few feet away, and wine is paired to the music. Our venues are untraditional, too: we turn car showrooms, art galleries, restaurants and museums into a concert venue. Our concerts are a multi-sensory experience, adding a fun and accessible twist to a sophisticated cultural offering. 

The best part: All proceeds directly benefit the outreach programs of Notes with a Purpose.

Upcoming Event

"An Evening of Music & Wine" to benefit Notes with a Purpose
April 25, 2018 | Wednesday | 6 p.m.
Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas


Storytelling behind the
music and wine

Our music and wine selections are curated by Dr. Alexandria Le and Jaime Smith, who both introduce each element to give you their fascinating insight into each sensory experience. Concerts are split into three sets and two breaks so that you have more opportunities to meet the musicians and enjoy food and wine. 

 

 Alexandria Le and Jaime Smith introduce the music and the wine at the pop-up in Artisanal Foods. (Photo: Liliana Trejo Vanegas)

Alexandria Le and Jaime Smith introduce the music and the wine at the pop-up in Artisanal Foods.
(Photo: Liliana Trejo Vanegas)

“Two dozen top musicians from the US and Canada perform “in your lap” in a salon atmosphere as you look out on the Strip through full-wall windows. The varied program is played with precision and vigor by the terrific musicians. The music is paired with excellent wines chosen for the occasion by noted sommelier Jaime Smith and is complemented by tasty hors d’oeuvres and excellent desserts. Truly a thousand-dollar experience for a relative pittance!”

Dr. Clinton Thomas Gott, attendee of the inaugural music and wine event

Who should come?

Our intended audience are for those who are interesting in developing further appreciation of arts and culture who also hold some curiosity about an exciting and unique cultural event in Las Vegas. The event is equally enjoyable by experienced and newcomers alike for both wine and classical music. If an audience member doesn’t drink wine, the concert itself is an absolute treat as the musical portion can stand on its own and there are always tasty nibbles and other beverage offerings. The audience size, to keep the intimacy, varies between 50 to 150 people depending on venue.

 

Past Events

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"Mimosas & Mozart": A Benefit Brunch-Concert
September 16, 2017 | J.W. Marriott

 

Las Vegas Music and Wine Festival
Pop-Up Series presents

The Pop-Up Concert inside
Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas

Thursday, March 30, 2017

 


Pop-Up Music and Wine Concert
@ ARTISANAL FOODS | November 5, 2016, Saturday, 2 p.m.

 

 
“Drinking wine and chatting with musicians between sets made for a convivial and
involved audience, invested in the mutual experience. Discarding the dutiful rituals
of the concert hall was pleasurable, and weaving music into the fabric of social life
made the art that much more meaningful.”

New York Classical Review of a concert co-curated by Alexandria Le,
Louis K. Meisel Gallery in SoHo

 Frank Morelli and Carol Wincenc, bassoon and flute professors of the Juilliard School and Grammy-nominated musicians, recall a humorous story about working with aaron copland before they perform Copland's Appalachian Spring.

Frank Morelli and Carol Wincenc, bassoon and flute professors of the Juilliard School and Grammy-nominated musicians, recall a humorous story about working with aaron copland before they perform Copland's Appalachian Spring.

 
 Click on the image to read the article on the Las Vegas Wine and Music Festival.

Click on the image to read the article on the Las Vegas Wine and Music Festival.


Gallery

 

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