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CONSORT CANZONA EARLY MUSIC INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE

CONSORT CANZONA EARLY MUSIC INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE

BEGINS REHEARSALS at CARSON CITY SENIOR CENTER

Consort Canzona, an early music performing group of the Carson City Symphony Association, rehearses on Mondays at 7:00 p.m. at the Carson City Senior Center, 911 Beverly Drive. The ensemble – recorders, cello, and harpsichord – plays music from the Renaissance through the Baroque periods and has openings for experienced recorder players.  

Current COVID-19 guidelines require face masks be worn in the building except when playing, and that musicians be fully vaccinated. Participation is free; donations and Symphony Association memberships are welcome. 

For more information, contact Jane Johnson, 775-267-3427 or jane3491@charter.net, or call the Symphony Association at 775-883-4154.

Carson City Symphony Association performing groups are supported in part by public funds through a grant from the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, and by private donations. 

More jobs emerging despite the continued pounding from Covid-19

Covid-19 Virus

According to the Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation’s August economic report, Nevada added 11,900 jobs over the month as the state continues to recover from the COVID recession.

Employment remains below normal levels, but they’re up 103,300 since August of last year – an annual increase of 8.3%. The large increase in employment over the year reflects the significant effects of the pandemic over the last year – thousands of lost jobs since the beginning of the pandemic.  There have been improvements along the way but again slowed by the stubborn resistance from those who refuse to get vaccinated.

Total statewide employment is estimated to be 1,350,400.

Las Vegas employment increased by 7,000 jobs (0.7 percent) since July, an increase of 78,700 jobs (8.9 percent) since August 2020.
– Reno employment had an increase of 900 jobs (0.4 percent) since July, an increase of 13,600 jobs (5.8 percent) since August 2020.
– Carson City employment had an increase of 300 jobs (1.0 percent) since July, an increase of 1,300 jobs (4.4 percent) since August 2020.

Overall, employment continued to recover at a rapid pace. The nearly twelve thousand jobs added over the month is near the high end of the COVID recovery period, rebounding from a slower pace in July. The leisure and hospitality industry added the most jobs over the month, adding 3,900 jobs since July. The state’s unemployment rate was unchanged at 7.7 percent this month, likely to remain one of the highest rates in the nation and reflecting the long road still to travel in order to restore the state’s labor market.”

To see additional labor market data view the department’s employment and unemployment dashboards located at www.nevadaworkforce.com.

Young male pulls out a gun at Mills Park

6:35pm  Report from Mills Park of a hispanic boy, age 17, 5 foot 3, wearing black with a black hat.  Witness says he pulled a gun from his backpack.  Then he put it back into the backpack.

6:44pm  Sheriff’s Deputies disarm the boy.

6:45pm  Turns out that the boy’s weapon was a B-B gun.  Deputies are talking with the boy.

And “The scams go on, and the scams go on…”

Attorney General Ford Announces Sentencing of Man on Multiple Transactions Involving Fraud or Deceit 

Reno, NV – Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford announced that Alec Steven Kolodge, 26, of Reno, was sentenced to two to 10 years in prison for committing multiple transactions involving fraud or deceit. Second Judicial District Court Judge Tammy Riggs handed down the sentence, which also included $145,728 in restitution payments to the victims, on Thursday. The crimes were committed between February 2017 and November 2018 and carried a maximum sentence of 20 years.   

“My office will aggressively pursue and prosecute individuals like Kolodge,” said AG Ford. “His conviction should warn criminals that we will not tolerate fraud or deceit in Nevada, and it should reassure Nevadans that we will protect you from these schemes.” 

Kolodge posed as a pharmaceutical company manager or officer as part of his elaborate scheme to swindle nearly $500,000 from family, friends, employees and others. He defrauded many with cons, which included offering non-existent employment at sham businesses, passing bad checks and using a false name. 

The investigation of this case was jointly conducted by the FBI and investigators in the Nevada Attorney General’s Office. The Attorney General’s Criminal Prosecution Division prosecuted this case.

Crook who wasn’t aware of security cameras. Know him? Call 9-1-1.

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance with identifying and locating an unidentified man who on August 14th, 2021 at about 5:00 pm stole a wallet from a purse. The victim was shopping at Costco looking at items in the isles. Her purse was in her shopping cart. She was not far from her shopping cart when the suspect removed the wallet from her purse.
The following photographs was taken from video surveillance footage and depicts the White or Hispanic male who was wearing a white colored shirt with “DKNY” logo on the front, has black hair, blue jeans, white and black tennis           shoes, and green hat.

Cello Talk with Priscilla Hawkins in Carson City

Carson City Symphony Association Presents

Cello Talk and Workshop with Priscilla Hawkins
Tuesday, September 21, 2021

 

The Carson City Symphony Association will hold a Lecture-Demonstration-Workshop on Tuesday, September 21, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m., in the orchestra/band room at Carson High School, 1111 N. Saliman Road, Carson City.  The event features Priscilla Hawkins, who has performed as cello soloist and chamber musician; taught strings and presented cello workshops in Michigan, and California; been guest Master Teacher in the Azores Islands; and recorded two CDs.

Ms. Hawkins will discuss “The History and Development of the Cello,” and then lead a workshop on “The Mechanics of Producing Your Best Cello Tone.” The presentation will include a rare, brief video of brilliant cellist Emanuel Feuermann playing “Spinning Song” by Popper in the 1930s.

Carson City Symphony’s “Symphony Youth Strings” cellists, Carson City Middle and High School orchestra cellists, and adult cellists will participate. Student musicians and the public are invited to attend as observers.

Admission to the Cello Lecture-Demonstration-Workshop is free. Current COVID-19 guidelines require all participants and visitors to be masked in the building.

This event is a partnership between the Carson City Symphony Association and the Carson City School District, and is funded in part by a grant from Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities. For more information, call the Symphony at 775-883-4154, email carsoncitysympony@gmail.com, or see CCSymphony.com.

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