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Jame Rawie, Conductor

LAKE TAHOE'S CLASSICAL
MUSIC AT ITS BEST! 


Information: 775-298-6989


Upcoming, Moved to 2022: The TOCCATA Concert Tour of Southwest France and Barcelona   April 21 - May 2, 2022

Hold these Dates! Toccata's 2022 Tour

You are invited to join 25 Singers, 12 members of our Orchestra, and our other "boosters" in a tour of through Southern France and the exciting Spanish City of Barcelona, with 5 concerts in fabulous Churches.

Watch this space for upcoming details!

The complete itinerary is subject to change. You will be able to fly to and from Reno with the main group, or you also will be free to make your own travel arrangements.


Announcing our New CD, 'Viva Vivaldi'

The Toccata-Tahoe Orchestra and Chorus is delighted to announce the Release of a new, jumbo-length CD. It features performances of works by Antonio Vivaldi, the "Red Priest" of Venice.

Performances date from 2015 through 2020, and they occurred at a number of different Reno-Tahoe area churches. Elizabeth Pitcairn plays the 'Winter' Concerto from Vivaldi's Four Seasons, and the Vivaldi Gloria in D Major is performed in it's entirety. The much-loved "Violin Concerto in A Minor" is also present, performed by Brune Macary.

A "Triple" Concerto in D minor is performed by Brune Macary and Virginia Bowman on Violin, and by Charles Taggert on Cello.

And, from a 2020 performance, The Concerto for 2 horns in F Major is performed by Bruce Kanzelmeyer and Kevin Miescke on French Horn. This also features Nick Haines, as Solo Cello, and David Brock, on Harpsichord Continuo.

The CD is available for purchase Here.


Click the CD jacket image to play the first movement of Vivaldi's Gloria, as a lower-fidelity MP3.


The AUGUST SOIREE CONCERT,
August 1, 2020

A small number of Toccata-Tahoe Orchestra players and Chorus soloists performed a limited seating Soiree, for a small number of guests, on August 1, 2020. The event conformed to Nevada Covid-10 'small event' standards, and attendees wore masks.

Toccata Orchestra ensemble players included  Rick StocktonAlishia TeepeKate PetersonJoel MuncNick HanesDonna AxtonBruce Kanzelmeyer ,  and  Chris Bonelli.

The Vocal Soloists were Soprano Jaime Bonetto , Alto  Nicole Cooley , Tenor  Robert Bousquet , and Baritone  Stuart Duke.

The Soiree was produced and conducted by Maestro James Rawie.


The BOPS SOIREE CONCERT AND DINNER,
by Donation. July 3, 2020

The benefit soiree, July 3

A small number of Toccata-Tahoe Orchestra players and Chorus soloists will be performing on Friday July 3, at 5:30 PM.

A fine dinner will be served, with TOCCATA performers adding music from the patio above the seating area. These Benefit Events will occur at St Patrick's Episcopal Church - 341 Village Blvd, Incline Village, NV 89451. (map) The event will conform to Nevada Covid-10 'small event' standards, and attendees must arrive wearing masks. Bathroom access is limited - please 'go' at home first. Outdoor seating (below the patio) will provide for 6 foot spacing between guests.

Donation Tickets will benefit St Patrick's Episcopal Church, and the Toccata-Tahoe Endowment Fund. Toccata-Tahoe musicians will include: Brian FoxDaniel CatesRick StocktonJoel MuncNick HanesDonna AxtonWilliam CatesBruce Kanzelmeyer ,  and Chris Bonelli.

Choral Soloists wil include Brad Perry and Stuart Duke.


✔ Smaller, More Intimate Venues

✔ A Wide Variety of Music Performed

✔ Affordable Ticket Prices & Free Entry for Children

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