Player Five, our string quintet, performed for the opening of Sundance Bookstore.
The RVGS hosts the Game-A-Thon, an all day gaming event that included a small ensemble performance by Super Woodwind Bros and a Magic: The Gathering and a Mario Kart tournament.
The RVGS officially becomes a Federal 501(c)(3) non-profit charity. This gives the Symphony more abilities and lower taxes.
A contest was held between the members of the Symphony for a new logo. The logo that won the voting is the current logo for the Symphony.
The Board of Directors for the Reno Video Game Symphony institute a new constitution as well as electing a new Board of Directors.
Bigger Band no longer encompassed strictly jazz arrangements, and therefore decided to rename itself Incidental Orchestra.
A concert was held to raise money for the percussion section to purchase a refurbished timpani, and our Symphony successfully raised the funds to do so.
Committees are officially established as an extension to the Board.
The Reno Video Game Symphony is featured in the news on KOLO 8. http://www.kolotv.com/home/headlines/Local-Symphony-Takes-on-Video-Game-Genre-360757481.html
The Symphony launches a Kickstarter to raise funding for the production of a live album of the Orchestra and Bigger Band. The project reaches $4,500, which was almost double the funding goal. The album was successfully copyrighted and produced.