‘An Evening of Intimate Chamber Music’ tonight at Boathouse Theater
As part of the annual summer-long Valhalla Arts, Music and Theater Festival, the Tahoe Tallac Association welcomes An Evening of Intimate Chamber Music 7:30 p.m. today at the historic Boathouse Theater.
Performers playing the works of Mozart, Bruch, Reger and Francaiz include David Brock, piano, Pat Crane, viola and Darrell Morre, clarinet. Maureen Leonard will perform Chopin on solo piano.
Brock is a principal member of TOCATTA (The Orchestra and Community Choral Artists of the Tahoe Area) where he serves as organist and continuo accompanist. Crane performs in Nevada ensembles and local church services.
Leonard performs solo works in voice, piano and organ with the Tahoe Choir and TOCATTA. She is the music director and organist at St. Theresa Church.
Moore of Kings Beach, Calif., acts, sings and dances in Tahoe Mountain Musicals, Tahoe Players, Truckee Actors Guild and Tahoe Arts and is a founding member of TOCCATA.
“This show is a colorful trio combination with clarinet, viola, and piano,” said Lori Cramer, executive director of Tahoe Tallac Association. “And, the Boathouse Theater is a wonderful place to enjoy music with its views, intimate setting and history.
The Boathouse Theater is a structure dating back to the turn-of-the century, distinguishing it as one of Tahoe’s earliest preserved buildings.
The annual Valhalla Arts, Music and Theater Festival is located on the shores of Lake Tahoe at the historic Tallac Site. The festival is in its 31st season with a summer-long entertainment series including theatrical presentations, an entire series of classical, jazz, Celtic, ethnic and popular music; the return of the Wa She Shu It Deh Native American Festival and Latino Day. Guests to the site will find visual arts exhibits, artists-in-residence, children’s art workshops, youth theater camps and a cultural arts store.
Ticket prices are $15 for ages 18-54, $12 for ages 13-17 and age 55 and over (military and students too) and $5 for children 12 and under. For tickets and information, visit http://www.valhallatahoe.com or call (530) 541-4975.
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