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Learn about luxury behind the scenes with the Wynn Master Class Series

Chef Theo Schoenegger kicks things off with a serious lesson in pasta.
Photo: Barbara Kraft

It sounds too good to be true, but Wynn Las Vegas is debuting a new experiential program that takes you behind the scenes of all aspects of the lavish resort wonderland with the experts that make the place so special.

The Wynn Master Class Series begins on April 6 with a course called “Pasta, Frank’s Way.” The Frank would be Sinatra, and the pasta would be yours, guided by the steady hands of chef Theo Schoenegger (of Encore’s Sinatra restaurant) and Frank Sinatra’s granddaughter, A.J. Lambert. You’ll leave an expert in hand-crafted pasta with recipes in tow and a full belly from a three-course lunch.

And that’s only the beginning. Future curated, interactive courses will span entertainment, art, gaming, salon, food and beverage and more. On April 21, be a vintner for a day with Wynn Executive Director of Wine Mark Thomas and master sommelier Joseph Spellman of Justin Vineyards for an exclusive winemaking workshop. On May 4, go beyond the velvet ropes to sip Champagne and spin with resident DJ Clutch, who’ll show the view from the booth at Intrigue. On May 12, celebrated stylist Claude Baruk will lead a workshop highlighting the best tools to achieve the ultimate selfie, from hair and makeup to photo-snapping tips.

Tickets for the Wynn Master Class Series are available by contacting the concierge at 702-770-7070.

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