TOCCATA–Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus goes for ‘baroque’
If you go
What: TOCCATA–Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
When: 4 p.m. Sunday, June 19
Where: St. Theresa Catholic Church
Tickets: $25 for adults, $20 for seniors, $5 for students and free for those under 19
The TOCCATA–Tahoe Symphony Orchestra and Chorus brings its 11th Summer MusicFest to the South Shore this weekend with a performance of “Go4Baroque – Summer Solstice Series” on Sunday, June 19, at St. Theresa Catholic Church.
“The program opens with Bach’s Concerto in C minor BWV1060 featuring Josue Casillas on flute and Nita Tune, oboe, and continues with Bach’s Cantata BWV 180, Schmücke dich, with soloists Anna Helwing, Becky Earl, and Anne Davidson, sopranos; Brad Perry, tenor; and Emzy Burroughs, baritone,” according to a press release from TOCCATA. “The program continues with Vivaldi’s Concerto in D for guitar featuring Yuri Liberzon, and Concerto for Recorder in F featuring John Cardosa. A concerto by Johann Fasch for 2 oboes features Elizabeth Eubanks and Rebecca Mueller.
“The concert concludes with Bach’s famous Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 for violin and two flutes, strings and continuo. Jeff Lindhorst and Rick Stockton will be the violin soloists with Josue Casillas and Allison Smith on flute. Nick Haines and Katie Lauder will be the continuo players.”
Tickets to the show are available at the door or online at http://www.toccatatahoe.com. General admission is $25 adults and $20 seniors. Preferred seating is $35 and $15 for youth/students. Tickets for students under 24 years of age are $5 with identification, and those under 19 are free.
St. Theresa Catholic Church is located at 1041 Lyons Ave. in South Lake Tahoe.
More information is available at http://www.toccatatahoe.com.
— Lake Tahoe Action
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