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Upcoming TOCCATA - Tahoe Symphony Concerts

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TOCCATA–Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus kicks off its 13th Summer MusicFest on June 2 nd. The series will run through September.

  • June: Beethoven and Mozart

  • July: Broadway, Opera and Patriotic performances - "BOPS"

  • August: Music from the romantic era

  • September: 13 th Annual 9/11 Memorial Requiem and Concerto

Performances will feature our orchestra and chorus with notable local and guest soloists. The first guest will be Michael Angelucci who will perform Beethoven’s 1 st Piano Concerto in June

Beethoven & Mozart --- June 2-10

Saturday, June 2nd

4:00 pm

Cornerstone Incline

Sunday, June 3rd


United Methodist Church, Gardnerville

Friday, June 8th

7:00 pm

St. Theresa, South Lake Tahoe

Sunday, June 10th

4:00 pm

St. John Presbyterian Church, Reno

  • Sinfonie Concertante for Winds KV 297: N.Tune, oboe J.Stanley, clarinet • B.Kanzelmeyer, horn • C.Bonelli, bassoon

  • Coronation Mass KV 317 selections: Joy Strotz, soprano

  • Beethoven: Piano Concerto #1 Michael Angelucci, piano

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Best of Broadway, Opera & Pops

  • There will be free admission to the BOPS performances (donations appreciated). At the Artown (7/8) performance, free tickets will be issued, guaranteeing admission, and preferred seating will be available for purchase.

  • For free tickets, please fill out the contact form and indicate in the comments the number you wish.

Romantix - July 28 through August 5

The Romantic era began with Beethoven and lasted most of the 19th century. This is the source of te greatest part of what is loved in concert music. TOCCATA will perform:

  • A Rossini overture and a Beethoven symphony.

  • Dvorak's magnificent Cello Concerto. Peter Lenz, principal cello with the Reno Philharmonic will be the guest artist.