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Pianist to perform in Reno

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Provided to the Tahoe Daily Tribune. Allan Fuller will present a benefit piano concert April 3.

Allan Fuller, one of the Reno area’s best-known pianists, will present a recital benefiting the Reno Chamber Orchestra at 7:30 p.m. April 3 at First United Methodist Church, 209 W. First St. in Reno. Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling the Reno Chamber Orchestra at (775) 348-9413 or at their offices at the McKinley Arts and Culture Center, 925 Riverside Drive, Suite 5 in Reno. Tickets will also be available at the door. Prices are $20 general admission and seniors and $10 for students.

A local favorite, Allan Fuller is best known for his solo recitals in both Artown and the Spirit of Artown. His playing has won him many distinctions, including being chosen as a semi-finalist in the second International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs in the year 2000. He has presented concerts in the U.S. and Austria, and his artistry and professional occupations have been featured on “Good Morning America.” Fuller is director of table games at John Ascuaga’s Nugget and is a member of the board of directors of the Reno Chamber Orchestra.

Fuller’s recital will feature a selection of piano classics to include Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin. Fuller is known for his warm interpretations of the compositions of the Classic and Romantic era.

The Reno Chamber Orchestra, founded in 1974, provides the highest quality performances of repertoire written for smaller orchestra. Visit the RCO at http://www.RenoChamberOrchestra.org.

It works to instill and promote the appreciation of chamber orchestra music among audiences diverse in age, backgrounds and interests throughout the region. Visit the RCO at http://www.RenoChamberOrchestra.org.

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