広島、岡山で国際交流演奏会、開催詳細

6 Aug

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ツーソンレパートリーオーケストラはきたる10月12日から19日まで音楽を通した国際交流演奏会を開きます。

広島公演 10月14日(水)

18時45分より JMSアステールプラザ オーケストラ等練習場にて広島の演奏家と共演

入場無料、寄付歓迎、先着順

シベリウス、フィンランディア

ショパン:華麗なる大ポロネーズ, 下川れいこ(pf)

室内楽演奏

田川康吉、ジャズトリプル協奏曲、田川徹(vn), 田川慧(cb), 田川康吉(pf)

ベートーベン交響曲第5番(1楽章、4楽章)

岡山公演 10月17日(土)

14時より 吉備中央町ロマン高原レインボーホールにて江島幹雄氏率いる倉敷アカデミーアンサンブルメンバーと共演

シベリウス、フィンランディア

田川康吉、ジャズトリプル協奏曲、田川徹(vn), 田川慧(cb), 田川康吉(pf)

ベートーベン交響曲第5番(全楽章)

Open Rehearsal, Aug. 12, 2015

24 Jul

We will have another Open Rehearsal on Wed. Aug.12, 2015

Location: Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2331 E. Adams St. Tucson AZ

Time: 7pm until 9pm

Cost: Free

Music to be Played: Sibelius: Finlandia, Beethoven: Symphony No.5 and more.

We are raising funds for Japan trip, 2015.  Please help us by going to

http://tucsonrepertoryorchestra.org/donate/

or

http://www.gofundme.com/zdgqg8

http://www.gofundme.com/zdgqg8

Video from Family Concert/ Open Rehearsal July 15th

8 Jun

Music of the Masters VII was well received by the audiences on June 6, 2016.  We have a video  from our Family Concert is now on youtube. 

Open Rehearsal will be on July 15h, 7pm -9pm at Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.  2331 E. Adams Street. Free (Donations Welcome)

Musicians will read through music by Debussy (Afternoon of a Faun), Ravel (La Valse), Verdi (Sicilian Vespers) with guest conductor Suke Nakata, and Toru Tagawa will lead the Beethoven’s Symphony No.6.  It’s a rare opportunity for audiences to be able to hear the first run through of the pieces.  (We are not necessary performing the repertoire in near future)

Music of the Masters VII and Family Concert

24 May

Music of the Masters VII and Family Concert will be on June 6, 2015.

Location: Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2331 E. Adams Street, Tucson AZ

Featuring 4 soloists on Mozart Concerti.  Bassoon Concerto and Mozart Piano Concerto No.21.

June 6, Saturday

1:30pm Instrumental Petting Zoo, come and try instruments, open to young to adults (not just for kids)

2pm – A Family Concert (30 min. bite size concert, for anyone from not yet born to adults.  First timer, somewhat new to classical music, and of course family who may not be able to attend regular 2 hour concert)

3pm – Music of the Masters VII.  (2 Hour Concert, for people who enjoy listening to classical music)

TRO VII Flyer

May, 23rd at St. Andrews, and June 6th, Music of the Masters VII at Grace St. Paul

12 Jan

TRO Benefit Concert May23

June 6th, 2pm – Family Concert, we will start Instrumental Petting Zoo at 1:30pm.

June 6th, 3pm – Music of the Masters VII,  Russlan and Ludmilla Overture, Piano Soloist: Sheryll McManus on Mozart Piano Concerto No.21 (2nd Movement Only).  Mozart. Bassoon Concerto will be performed by Lisa Renteria, Jessica Campbell, and Juan J. Arevalo, Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings, and Rimisky-Korsakoff’s Capriccio Espagnol

TROMMVIIFflyer

Music of the Masters VI January 3, 2015, 3pm

28 Oct

TRO MMVI Flyer
Music of the Masters VI will be on January 3, 2015 at 3pm at Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2331 E. Adams Sreet.

Verdi: La Forza del Destino Overture

R. Strauss: Horn Concerto No.1, featuring Greg Helseth

Beethoven: Symphony No.3 “Eroica”

Concert is Free and Open to the Public.  Donations Welcome.  Seating is first come first serve (except first 5 rows, reserved for Ad. or regular sponsors)

Family concert is at 2pm.  (3o min. a bite size concert, Overture by Verdi, a movement from R. Strauss’s Horn Concerto No.1  and the Beethoven Symphony No.3 will be performed, Small Children Welcome, and encouraged to attend the family concert, Family concert is designed to provide music to parents who might not be able to come to regular length concert (baby might cry, or too long, don’t want to disturb other audience members)

TRO, and Conductor, Tagawa are in the Final Round of the American Prize

18 Aug

Tucson Repertory Orchestra and Conductor, Toru Tagawa, are in the Final Round of The American Prize!!

Congratulations to all TRO Musicians!!!

The American Prize celebrates American excellence in the performing arts. TAP sponsors a series of annual, national, non-profit competitions, selecting the best recorded performances of music in the United States by individuals and ensembles at professional, college/university, church, community and secondary school levels. TAP provides cash awards, professional adjudication and regional, national and international recognition to composers, conductors, ensembles, vocalists, pianists, chamber musicians and stage directors.

The American Prize has awarded more than $25,000 in all categories since 2010, and has welcomed applications from 46 U.S. states and from American citizens living throughout the world. Complete information about the competitions is available at the website: www.theamericanprize.org. Recent winners and additional background may be found on our blog: The American Prize

Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-American-Prize-celebrating-American-excellence-in-the-arts/214320622728?ref=ts

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