Music of the Masters XVI

Tucson Repertory Orchestra presents
Music of the Masters XVI
Saturday, June 4, 2022 @ 3pm
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 7575 N. Paseo Del Norte (SW corner of Chapala and Paseo Del Norte)
Admission: Free, Donations accepted at the door
Music by Suppe (Light Cavalry Overture), Mozart (Sinfornia Concertante for Winds) and Dvorak (Symphony No.8)


Toru Tagawa and friends in Concert

4/17@3pm Arizona Time, Live Streaming: YouTube link

AZ Daily Star Article:

For Concert Tickets:

Enjoy a wonderful classical concert at CATALYST! The concert features Toru Tagawa, Violin; Helena Pedersen, Cello; and Kyungsun Choi, Piano. The concert will be limited to 40 attendees, with spaced out seating and face masks required for all attendees. The concert will also be livestreaming to Youtube for free viewing for all SAACA members. Support SAACA today by becoming a member at April 17 at 3 PM
Tickets: In Person Attendance (40 seats): $20 (plus a $3 ticket fee)Watch online! Livestream Access is free for SAACA members. Support SAACA by becoming a member today at
– Mozart/Kreisler: Rondo from Serenade in D Major “Haffner” K.250
– J.S. Bach: Sonata for Viola da Gamba No.2 in D major, BWV 1028
I: Allegro
II: Andante
– Beach: Romance for Violin and Piano
– Beethoven: Piano Trio in G Major, Op.70 No.1 “Ghost”
I: Allegro vivace e con brio
II: Largo
III: Presto


Music of the Masters Concert postponed.

Music of the Masters with Beethoven’s Symphony No.9 scheduled for December 2020 has been cancelled due to COVID-19. Thank you for your support and understanding. Upcoming performances are TBA.

Thank you,

Toru Tagawa
Music Director/Conductor


Music of the Masters XVI

Music of the Masters XVI and Family Concert

December 28, 2019

Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 2331 E. Adams Street

1:30pm Family Concert, featuring Violin students of TRO in Vivaldi Concerto in A minor.

3pm Music of the Masters XVI, Featuring Mindi Acosta, Piccolo


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Chamber Music Concert 11/23

TRO Chamber Music Concert will be on Sat. 11/23@3pm, Admission by Donations.

Rincon Congregational UCC,  122 N Craycroft Rd, Tucson, AZ 85711

Works by Schubert, Vargas, Mozart, Dvorak and more. Performed by TRO musicians.

Planned Program, as of 11/20/19 Program November 23, 2019

Nov.23 Chamber Music


Upcoming Concerts

Saturday, December 28, 2019

1:30pm Family Concert (30 min. Concert for Families with small children, selections from 3pm Concert will be performed).

3pm Music of the Masters Featuring Mindi Acosta, Piccolo

Vivaldi: Piccolo Concerto, Mindi Acosta, Piccolo

Mozart: Symphony No.25

Beethoven: Symphony No.8

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

Admissions: By Donations


Japan Fundraising Chamber Music Concert, 6/22/19@3pm @Rincon Congregational Church



Music of the Masters XV

Music of the Masters XV will be on

Saturday, June 8, @3pm.

Family Concert is is at 1:30pm on June 8th (Same day as the Music of the Masters XV)

TRO Concert Flier 6.8.19

TRO Family Concert 6.8.19


TRO Concert Flier 6.8.19



Music of the Masters XIV Dec. 29


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Family Concert will be from 1:30pm – 2pm.  We will have side by side performance with students of TRO (Drangon Hunter by Richard Meyer), Beethoven Symphony No.7, 2nd movement and Beethoven Violin Concerto 3rd movement, Michelle Abraham, Violin.


Summer Chamber Music Concerts


TRO Summer Chamber Concerts at Bangkok Cafe, 2511 E. Speedway Blvd.

For Dinner Reservation, call, 323-6555  (no Cover Charge)

TRO Summer Chamber Concerts 7/18, 7/25

6pm – 6:30pm: Performance #1           6:30pm -7pm – Dinner

7pm-7:30pm – Performance #2            7:30pm – Desserts/Socialising

7/18 6pm- Jose Leonardi Moore and Jennifer Goff, Violin, 7pm, Mindi Acosta, Flute, Toru Tagawa, Violin, Emily Chao, Viola, James Rappaport, Cello

7/25 6pm – Paula Klein and Helena Pedersen, Cello, 7pm- Violin Solo by Emily Chao (Romanza by John Muniz) and String Quartet: Schubert’s Death and Maiden, 1st and 2nd movement: Toru and Laura Tagawa, Violins, Emily Chao, Viola, Paula Klein, Cello