Out of Thin Air
Jul 1 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

Join us for an afternoon of string quartets composed by female composers inspired by the sights and sounds of mountainous regions.  Violinist Yuki Numata-Resnick joins Dustin Budish and Eileen Brownell once again to perform for the second time under the auspices of the Tahoe Chamber Music Society.

The group will perform the world premiere of Reno composer Monica Houghton’s Third String Quartet.  The piece was inspired by children’s chants recorded by a friend of the composer in Nepal. We are thrilled to announce that the composer plans to attend the performance.

Also on the program will be Gabriela Lena Frank’s quartet Leyendas. The quartet incorporates many brilliant effects in order to describe the sights and sounds of the Andes, including panpipes, the travels of the Chasqui, a legendary Incan runner who sprints from village to village, and the wailing of the llorona, someone hired to cry at funerals, making them as sad as possible.

Pianist James Winn, violinist Ruth Lenz, violist Dustin Budish, and cellist Eileen Brownell
Jul 8 @ 2:30 pm

Join us for an afternoon of varied chamber music. James Winn, Ruth Lenz, and Eileen Brownell will open the recital with a piano trio. Violist Dustin Budish will perform a solo viola sonata by Max Reger, and the concert will close with the piano quartet in G minor by Gabriel Fauré.

Dr. Philip Manwell – Organ Recital
Jul 15 @ 2:30 pm

Dr. Philip Manwell will be featured in recital on the St. Patrick’s organ. The recital will feature Concertos by Handel and Haydn and selected Epistle Sonatas by Mozart. Dr. Manwell is on the faculty at the University of Nevada Reno and will be joined by Reno Philharmonic Concertmaster Ruth Lenz and Principal Violist Dustin Budish.

Isadora Pastragus – Marina Roznitovsky-Oster
Jul 22 @ 2:30 pm

Prize winning pianist Isadora Pastragus and harpist Marina Roznitovsky-Oster return to St. Patrick’s Episcopal to perform a joint recital.

Coming of Age – Tintab turns 21!
Jul 29 @ 2:30 pm

Delighting audiences now for over two decades, Tintabulations’ Spring-Summer concert series finds them celebrating their 21st birthday!

This innovative ensemble of hugely talented, fiercely dedicated musicians is under the creative and energetic direction of Barb Walsh.

Weaving some familiar and memorable melodies of our past with dynamic pieces, some well-known classical, and others of a more contemporary nature, Tintabulations treats their audience with their touches of individuality, creativity, and passion for handbells. Known for their melodic joy and sharing the musical world of handbells with anyone who will listen, their extreme talent and enjoyment is a palpable presence to all in the room.

Entertaining and enthralling audiences locally, regionally, nationally and now internationally, Tintabulations adds to their ever expanding achievements with a recent invitation to tour Denmark!

With a broad age range from college students to retirees, Tintabulations is a Reno-based ensemble, drawing its passionate membership from a large area, encompassing Reno, Sparks, Chester, Grass Valley, Carnelian Bay, Dayton and Bishop. Come join the festivities with Tintabulations’“Coming of Age”.

Jennifer Tibben and Eric Kao
Jul 29 @ 2:30 pm

Tahoe Chamber Music Society is pleased to present Reno Philharmonic Chorus director and Soprano Jennifer Tibben in a recital of wide-ranging works for voice and piano. Ms. Tibben is an alumnus of the University of Nevada Reno and currently directs the choral program at Damonte Ranch High School.

This will be her second performance with the Tahoe Chamber Music Society. The program will feature well-loved works from the classical, Broadway, and jazz standard genres. She will be joined by pianist Eric Kao.