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The TOCCATA–Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will conclude their 16th Season with a Production of HANDEL’S MESSIAH, along with seasonal carols that the audience will be most welcome to join in singing.
Vocal Soloists for these performances will include soloists from our Chorus, and other area musicians.
The TOCCATA Orchestra features
Brian Fox and
Jeffrey Lindhorst as Concertmasters;
David Brock and
Nick Haines as continuo; with
William Cates and Joe Savage on Baroque (piccolo) Trumpet.
All performances will be conducted by Maestro James Rawie.
Performances are being planned for several distinct and festive venues:
Tickets are available at the door 30 minutes prior to the concert, or online (using the link below.) Before buying tickets, be sure to take note of our COVID-19 vaccination and mask requirements (immediately below.) General admission to all Church concerts is $30 for adults. Seniors enjoy a $5 discount, and youth 23 and under are admitted free. "Front and Center" preferred seating prices are $40 for adults and $15 for youth/students.
For online tickets, please click here: https://shop.toccatatahoe.org/The-Messiah-2021.html
For attendance at our indoor concerts, TOCCATA now requires proof of vaccination against COVID-19. We accept photos of CDC vaccination cards, laminated copies of vaccination cards, and also a vaccination record certified by the CLEAR App on cellphones. Persons too young to be vaccinated may present a negative COVID-19 test result, with a test date within 10 days of the the date of the Concert. We understand that many test results are delayed, and tests are sometimes hard to obtain.
In addition, we request that masks be properly worn during these concerts. Concert attendees should note that some TOCCATA performers will not be wearing masks - but ALL TOCCATA Performers have been fully vaccinated. Thank you for understanding and adhering to this policy.
On this Tour, you will travel with 25 Singers, 12 members of our Orchestra, and our other "boosters" in a tour of Southern France and the exciting Spanish City of Barcelona. TOCCATA will perform 5 concerts in fabulous Churches, including the Barcelona Cathedral Gaudi (shown), with fabulous violin soloist Elizabeth Pitcairn.
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.
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.
✔ Smaller, More Intimate Venues
✔ A Wide Variety of Music Performed
✔ Featuring Local Musicians of All Ages
✔ Affordable Ticket Prices & Free Entry for Children
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|Our programs are supported, in part, by the Nevada Arts Council, a state agency, which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency, and from the State of Nevada.|
|Our programs are also sponsored by generous Operating and Endowment grants from the Robert Glen Rapp Foundation, and by funding from many other sponsoring organizations and indidividuals.|