Inaugural Concert was a HUGE Success

Congratulations to TRO Musicians for giving fantastic performance on July 14th, 2pm at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church.

We had full audience,and the performance was well received.

Special thank you again to
Lothar and Linda, Sponsors for the Concert, Printed Programs, Provided Cookies and Water, Video/Photo, Support, Coordinating Woodwinds
John, Setting up the church, recommending me the church, getting the podium, lighting
JJ, TRO’s stage manager
Darian, Program Designer, writer of the Program Notes
Everyone who helped me and John move chairs, risers, etc!!    JJ, Jose, Alex C. Alex P, Janine, Carrie, Hannah, Steve, Cassandra,
Laura, Librarian, biggest supporter and much more!!
Andrew and Susan for dealing with the Video during the performance!!
Ingvi Kallen, Helping me with Publicity
Rhonda Collins, TRO Logo Design
Great Job to
Alex P, our Trumpet Coordinator to start our the concert with Fanfare, Nicely done
Jose Leonardi, Concertmaster for Elgar with Solo, and Schubert
Janine, Concertmaster for Mozart
Mindi, Alicia, Dan, Christian, John, JJ, Cassandra and Lisa.  (1st players)
Margaret and Paula who came all the way from Sierra Vista.
Every single one of you!!!!  You all are Fantastic!!

Tucson Repertory Orchestra’s Inaugural Concert, Music of the Masters I

The Tucson Repertory Orchestra will be having its inaugural concert, Music of the Masters I, on Saturday, July 14, 2012, at 2pm, at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church.  Admission is free. TRO will perform Elgar’s Serenade for Strings, Schubert’s Symphony No. 5, and Mozart’s Symphony No. 40, directed by the TRO conductor, Toru Tagawa. 

Founded in July 2011 by conductor Toru Tagawa, and flautist Linda Doughty Kneifel, the Tucson Repertory Orchestra is Tucson’s newest performance ensemble of classical music. The TRO mission is to create performance opportunities for highly-skilled musicians in the Tucson area. The orchestra musicians range from local professionals, university music students to music educators. The orchestra meets monthly to play through classical standards such as Overtures and Symphonies by Beethoven, Brahms, Dvorak, Schubert, Schumann, and Tchaikovsky.

Arizona Daily Star:

TRO was also on the Hub: League of American Orchestra:  (Only Members can see the article, FYI)


Tucson Repertory Orchestra