Aug
8
Sat
Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (*) @ Sand Harbor State Park, Sand Harbor State Park Register
Aug 8 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare’s Sublime Battle of Wits and Wills
View Event Details  »

Mamma Mia!
The Smash Hit Feel-Good Musical
View Event Details  »
Showcase Series Events
Don’t miss this diverse lineup of fantastic live entertainment on the Warren Edward Trepp Stage at scenic Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park! View Event Details  »
D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program
Enjoy a free interactive and family friendly one-hour performance adaptation of a Shakespeare play. Learn More About The Program »

NEWS Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s 2020 Season at Sand Harbor Features a Pair of Mega-Hits … Read more »

Live Stream~ Classical Tahoe Register
Aug 8 @ 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Classical Tahoe is a world-class celebration of arts with classical music concerts, jazz performances, and community programs for music education and appreciation on the campus of Sierra Nevada University, Incline Village, North Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Classical Tahoe Orchestra Conductor and Artistic Director Joel Revzen, together with blockbuster soloists celebrates in 2020 the anniversaries of Beethoven and Brubeck, along with opera favorites, masterful symphonies and chamber music concerts and meet the musician events. “The 2020 season of Classical Tahoe has something for everyone, Revzen said, “all in the most intimate classical pavilion venue you can experience.”
The virtuoso Classical Tahoe Orchestra brings together musicians from the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles and New York Philharmonics, the symphonies of San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Toronto, Vancouver, and other exceptional organizations. 
Rising just 16 rows, the 400- seat Classical Tahoe Pavilion is an industry differentiator. Noted for its sail-like structure, the orchestral concert pavilion offers exceptional, unamplified sound and the opportunity for audiences to capture the body language, hand movements, and intuitive communication between maestro and musicians while performing repertoire most often heard in a larger hall.
The Classical Tahoe Music Institute, inaugurated in 2018, offers dozens of multi-generational programs for music education, skill development, and appreciation to further inspire arts, culture and learning throughout the festival. Free events, including free concerts, and free family events are also scheduled.

Classical Tahoe: Schumann and Vaughn Williams with Nathan Hughes, Oboe Register
Aug 8 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

David Chan, Guest Conductor
Weber: Overture to Oberon
Vaughan Williams: Concerto for Oboe
Nathan Hughes, Oboe
Schumann: Symphony No. 3, “Rhenish”
Classical Tahoe is pleased to welcome Guest Conductor David Chan to the Classical Tahoe Pavilion stage.
Mr. Chan, Concertmaster of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for 20 years, also maintains an active world-wide conducting career. Chan brings his singular talents to Weber’s magical Overture to the opera Oberon, and leads the orchestra in Vaughn Williams’ “Concerto for Oboe” featuring the MET Orchestra/Classical Tahoe Principal Oboe Nathan Hughes.
Don’t miss the rare opportunity to hear this gentle yet virtuosic piece. The evening finishes with Schumann’s sweeping, joyful Symphony No. 3, the “Rhenish.”

Live Music on the Lake Register
Aug 8 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Come drink and sing along with Rustler’s Moon every Friday and Saturday night from 8-11 pm. No cover. Enjoy great music, delicious food, frosty Wet Woodys and good company on the lake!
#wetwoody
Don’t forget your masks!

Lakefront Stargazing Tours Register
Aug 8 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm

Sit back and enjoy the view as we take you on an interactive tour of the night sky. We trace the constellations, tell the age-old stories about them, and discuss astronomy and current celestial events.
See planets, galaxies, star clusters and more through the lens of our powerful telescope!
We provide camping chairs and serve hot chocolate during the tour so you can stargaze in comfort.
Visit StargazeTahoe.com for more info, FAQ, and to book your tour.
We are also available for private and corporate events!

Aug
9
Sun
Guided Multi-Day Backpack Trips Registration Register
Aug 9 – Aug 10 all-day

Want to experience the beauty of the Tahoe Rim Trail but don’t have weeks to dedicate to a Thru Hike? The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is now offering a “Taste of the TRT.” These 5-day, 4-night guided adventures provide an intermediate backpacking experience for just about anyone. Registration opens March 11th for Kingsbury Grade to Echo Summit July 19 – July 23 and Echo Lakes to Tahoe City August 16 – August 20. Don’t miss out on this fantastic experience!

Guided Segment Hike Registration Register
Aug 9 – Aug 10 all-day

Each summer the TRTA’s Segment Hike program guides two groups that circle the 165+ mile rim of the Tahoe Basin on one of the most unique multi-use trails in the world. The program offers regional hikers a supported method to complete the entire Tahoe Rim Trail one step at a time. Registration is now open for 11 Sundays June 28 – September 6 and 11 Wednesdays July 1 – September 9.

Sierra Summer Challenge Register
Aug 9 – Aug 10 all-day

The Sierra Nevada Alliance presents the Sierra Summer Challenge. Join us in a fun challenge to make the most of your summer! Participants register for a friendly competition to either summit the most Sierra peaks, or swim in the most Sierra alpine lakes, all while documenting their adventures and raising donations and awareness for the important work that the Alliance does to protect and restore this amazing region. As an added bonus, the winner from each challenge will win some awesome backcountry gear!

Marlette 50K and 10 Miler Register
Aug 9 @ 6:00 am – 11:30 pm

The Marlette 50K is a truly adventurous romp through some of Tahoe’s most scenic and challenging trails. Based at Spooner Lake in Lake Tahoe Nevada’s State Park the run features 30 miles of epic trail and view. Think prime Sierra single track and add in 360-degree panorama views of Lake Tahoe, the Carson Valley, and Range. Marlette Lake lies in the middle of the course and if you’re heating up during the run feel free to take a plunge.
The Marlette 10 Miler starts at Spooner Lake and heads north on the North Canyon Trail. Then heads along the south shore of Marlette Lake to the Marlette Lake Trail and back to the finish. This is a beautiful run featuring views of the canyon and Snow Valley Peak.
A BBQ meal and one free beer or soda is included with the 50K & 10 Miler Race

Classical Tahoe: From Russia with Love with Gilles Vonsattel Register
Aug 9 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Prokofiev: Sonata for Two Violins
Daniel Khalikov, Violin and Kristi Helberg, Violin
Tchaikovsky: Piano Trio in A minor
Gilles Vonsattel, Piano; Sarah Vonsattel, Violin; Saeunn Thorsteinsdottir, Cello
The vivid painted spires and domes of St. Petersburg, Russia come to life in sound with the playful, yet striking, Prokofiev Sonata for Two Violins and the richly expansive Piano Trio by Tchaikovsky. Featuring the dynamic piano soloist Gilles Vonsattel and Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Classical Tahoe violinist Sarah Vonsattel, along with other Classical Tahoe musicians.
Chamber concerts display the individual artistry of Classical Tahoe musicians in an intimate setting.
Meet the Musicians is a casual exchange of ideas with the concert’s musicians that unfolds organically either on-stage or following the performance in the courtyard. Music and conversation – beautiful and personal.

Concerts at Commons Beach (*) Register
Aug 9 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

A dynamic mix of local, regional and national performers delight audiences on the lakeshore every Sunday afternoon during summer at Commons Beach. 4-7 p.m.

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (*) @ Sand Harbor State Park, Sand Harbor State Park Register
Aug 9 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare’s Sublime Battle of Wits and Wills
View Event Details  »

Mamma Mia!
The Smash Hit Feel-Good Musical
View Event Details  »
Showcase Series Events
Don’t miss this diverse lineup of fantastic live entertainment on the Warren Edward Trepp Stage at scenic Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park! View Event Details  »
D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program
Enjoy a free interactive and family friendly one-hour performance adaptation of a Shakespeare play. Learn More About The Program »

NEWS Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s 2020 Season at Sand Harbor Features a Pair of Mega-Hits … Read more »

Live Stream~ Classical Tahoe Register
Aug 9 @ 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Classical Tahoe is a world-class celebration of arts with classical music concerts, jazz performances, and community programs for music education and appreciation on the campus of Sierra Nevada University, Incline Village, North Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Classical Tahoe Orchestra Conductor and Artistic Director Joel Revzen, together with blockbuster soloists celebrates in 2020 the anniversaries of Beethoven and Brubeck, along with opera favorites, masterful symphonies and chamber music concerts and meet the musician events. “The 2020 season of Classical Tahoe has something for everyone, Revzen said, “all in the most intimate classical pavilion venue you can experience.”
The virtuoso Classical Tahoe Orchestra brings together musicians from the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles and New York Philharmonics, the symphonies of San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Toronto, Vancouver, and other exceptional organizations. 
Rising just 16 rows, the 400- seat Classical Tahoe Pavilion is an industry differentiator. Noted for its sail-like structure, the orchestral concert pavilion offers exceptional, unamplified sound and the opportunity for audiences to capture the body language, hand movements, and intuitive communication between maestro and musicians while performing repertoire most often heard in a larger hall.
The Classical Tahoe Music Institute, inaugurated in 2018, offers dozens of multi-generational programs for music education, skill development, and appreciation to further inspire arts, culture and learning throughout the festival. Free events, including free concerts, and free family events are also scheduled.

Aug
10
Mon
Guided Multi-Day Backpack Trips Registration Register
Aug 10 – Aug 11 all-day

Want to experience the beauty of the Tahoe Rim Trail but don’t have weeks to dedicate to a Thru Hike? The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is now offering a “Taste of the TRT.” These 5-day, 4-night guided adventures provide an intermediate backpacking experience for just about anyone. Registration opens March 11th for Kingsbury Grade to Echo Summit July 19 – July 23 and Echo Lakes to Tahoe City August 16 – August 20. Don’t miss out on this fantastic experience!

Guided Segment Hike Registration Register
Aug 10 – Aug 11 all-day

Each summer the TRTA’s Segment Hike program guides two groups that circle the 165+ mile rim of the Tahoe Basin on one of the most unique multi-use trails in the world. The program offers regional hikers a supported method to complete the entire Tahoe Rim Trail one step at a time. Registration is now open for 11 Sundays June 28 – September 6 and 11 Wednesdays July 1 – September 9.

Sierra Summer Challenge Register
Aug 10 – Aug 11 all-day

The Sierra Nevada Alliance presents the Sierra Summer Challenge. Join us in a fun challenge to make the most of your summer! Participants register for a friendly competition to either summit the most Sierra peaks, or swim in the most Sierra alpine lakes, all while documenting their adventures and raising donations and awareness for the important work that the Alliance does to protect and restore this amazing region. As an added bonus, the winner from each challenge will win some awesome backcountry gear!

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (*) @ Sand Harbor State Park, Sand Harbor State Park Register
Aug 10 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare’s Sublime Battle of Wits and Wills
View Event Details  »

Mamma Mia!
The Smash Hit Feel-Good Musical
View Event Details  »
Showcase Series Events
Don’t miss this diverse lineup of fantastic live entertainment on the Warren Edward Trepp Stage at scenic Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park! View Event Details  »
D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program
Enjoy a free interactive and family friendly one-hour performance adaptation of a Shakespeare play. Learn More About The Program »

NEWS Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s 2020 Season at Sand Harbor Features a Pair of Mega-Hits … Read more »

Live Stream~ Classical Tahoe Register
Aug 10 @ 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Classical Tahoe is a world-class celebration of arts with classical music concerts, jazz performances, and community programs for music education and appreciation on the campus of Sierra Nevada University, Incline Village, North Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Classical Tahoe Orchestra Conductor and Artistic Director Joel Revzen, together with blockbuster soloists celebrates in 2020 the anniversaries of Beethoven and Brubeck, along with opera favorites, masterful symphonies and chamber music concerts and meet the musician events. “The 2020 season of Classical Tahoe has something for everyone, Revzen said, “all in the most intimate classical pavilion venue you can experience.”
The virtuoso Classical Tahoe Orchestra brings together musicians from the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles and New York Philharmonics, the symphonies of San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Toronto, Vancouver, and other exceptional organizations. 
Rising just 16 rows, the 400- seat Classical Tahoe Pavilion is an industry differentiator. Noted for its sail-like structure, the orchestral concert pavilion offers exceptional, unamplified sound and the opportunity for audiences to capture the body language, hand movements, and intuitive communication between maestro and musicians while performing repertoire most often heard in a larger hall.
The Classical Tahoe Music Institute, inaugurated in 2018, offers dozens of multi-generational programs for music education, skill development, and appreciation to further inspire arts, culture and learning throughout the festival. Free events, including free concerts, and free family events are also scheduled.

Aug
11
Tue
Guided Multi-Day Backpack Trips Registration Register
Aug 11 – Aug 12 all-day

Want to experience the beauty of the Tahoe Rim Trail but don’t have weeks to dedicate to a Thru Hike? The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is now offering a “Taste of the TRT.” These 5-day, 4-night guided adventures provide an intermediate backpacking experience for just about anyone. Registration opens March 11th for Kingsbury Grade to Echo Summit July 19 – July 23 and Echo Lakes to Tahoe City August 16 – August 20. Don’t miss out on this fantastic experience!

Guided Segment Hike Registration Register
Aug 11 – Aug 12 all-day

Each summer the TRTA’s Segment Hike program guides two groups that circle the 165+ mile rim of the Tahoe Basin on one of the most unique multi-use trails in the world. The program offers regional hikers a supported method to complete the entire Tahoe Rim Trail one step at a time. Registration is now open for 11 Sundays June 28 – September 6 and 11 Wednesdays July 1 – September 9.

Sierra Summer Challenge Register
Aug 11 – Aug 12 all-day

The Sierra Nevada Alliance presents the Sierra Summer Challenge. Join us in a fun challenge to make the most of your summer! Participants register for a friendly competition to either summit the most Sierra peaks, or swim in the most Sierra alpine lakes, all while documenting their adventures and raising donations and awareness for the important work that the Alliance does to protect and restore this amazing region. As an added bonus, the winner from each challenge will win some awesome backcountry gear!

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (*) @ Sand Harbor State Park, Sand Harbor State Park Register
Aug 11 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare’s Sublime Battle of Wits and Wills
View Event Details  »

Mamma Mia!
The Smash Hit Feel-Good Musical
View Event Details  »
Showcase Series Events
Don’t miss this diverse lineup of fantastic live entertainment on the Warren Edward Trepp Stage at scenic Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park! View Event Details  »
D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program
Enjoy a free interactive and family friendly one-hour performance adaptation of a Shakespeare play. Learn More About The Program »

NEWS Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s 2020 Season at Sand Harbor Features a Pair of Mega-Hits … Read more »

Lake Tahoe Music Festival (*) Register
Aug 11 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The Lake Tahoe Music Festival is dedicated to growing the musicians of tomorrow, Lake Tahoe Music Festival has been integral to the arts and culture of the community for 36 seasons. Set against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range “Sunset Serenades” is an intimate setting with five varied and unique classical music concerts. Attendees bring a picnic, lawn chair or blanket and enjoy classical music in an outdoor setting. Lake Tahoe Music Festival is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation.
A cultural treasure blending nature and music for lasting memories! The mission of the Lake Tahoe Music Festival is to present diverse and quality classic musical experiences in unique outdoor settings and to create educational and performance opportunities for aspiring young musicians.

Live Stream~ Classical Tahoe Register
Aug 11 @ 5:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Classical Tahoe is a world-class celebration of arts with classical music concerts, jazz performances, and community programs for music education and appreciation on the campus of Sierra Nevada University, Incline Village, North Lake Tahoe, Nevada.
Classical Tahoe Orchestra Conductor and Artistic Director Joel Revzen, together with blockbuster soloists celebrates in 2020 the anniversaries of Beethoven and Brubeck, along with opera favorites, masterful symphonies and chamber music concerts and meet the musician events. “The 2020 season of Classical Tahoe has something for everyone, Revzen said, “all in the most intimate classical pavilion venue you can experience.”
The virtuoso Classical Tahoe Orchestra brings together musicians from the Metropolitan Opera, Los Angeles and New York Philharmonics, the symphonies of San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Toronto, Vancouver, and other exceptional organizations. 
Rising just 16 rows, the 400- seat Classical Tahoe Pavilion is an industry differentiator. Noted for its sail-like structure, the orchestral concert pavilion offers exceptional, unamplified sound and the opportunity for audiences to capture the body language, hand movements, and intuitive communication between maestro and musicians while performing repertoire most often heard in a larger hall.
The Classical Tahoe Music Institute, inaugurated in 2018, offers dozens of multi-generational programs for music education, skill development, and appreciation to further inspire arts, culture and learning throughout the festival. Free events, including free concerts, and free family events are also scheduled.

Classical Tahoe: French Romance with Harpist Emmanuel Register
Aug 11 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Ravel: Sonata for Violin and Cello
Laura Hamilton, Violin; Winona Zelenka, Cello
Debussy: Danse Sacrée et Danse Profane
Emmanuel Ceysson, Harp; Kay Stern, Violin; Simon James, Violin; Milan Milisavljevic, Viola; Wendy Sutter, Cello; Jeremy McCoy, Bass
Franck: Piano Quintet in F minor
Anna Stoytcheva, Piano; Xiao-Dong Wang, Violin; Maria Schleuning, Violin; Katie Kadarauch, Violin; David Calhoun, Cello
This evening brings the Café life of Paris to the Classical Tahoe Pavilion with French harpist Emmanuel Ceysson returning to Classical Tahoe. Ceysson’s signature flair in Debussy’s Danse Sacrée et Danse Profane (Dance Heavenly and Earthly) for harp and strings is on display for this final chamber concert of the 2020 festival. Ravel’s striking homage to Debussy in Sonata for Violin and Cello and Cesar Franck’s ardently expressive Piano Quintet fills the evening with Parisian passion.

Aug
12
Wed
Guided Multi-Day Backpack Trips Registration Register
Aug 12 – Aug 13 all-day

Want to experience the beauty of the Tahoe Rim Trail but don’t have weeks to dedicate to a Thru Hike? The Tahoe Rim Trail Association is now offering a “Taste of the TRT.” These 5-day, 4-night guided adventures provide an intermediate backpacking experience for just about anyone. Registration opens March 11th for Kingsbury Grade to Echo Summit July 19 – July 23 and Echo Lakes to Tahoe City August 16 – August 20. Don’t miss out on this fantastic experience!

Guided Segment Hike Registration Register
Aug 12 – Aug 13 all-day

Each summer the TRTA’s Segment Hike program guides two groups that circle the 165+ mile rim of the Tahoe Basin on one of the most unique multi-use trails in the world. The program offers regional hikers a supported method to complete the entire Tahoe Rim Trail one step at a time. Registration is now open for 11 Sundays June 28 – September 6 and 11 Wednesdays July 1 – September 9.

Sierra Summer Challenge Register
Aug 12 – Aug 13 all-day

The Sierra Nevada Alliance presents the Sierra Summer Challenge. Join us in a fun challenge to make the most of your summer! Participants register for a friendly competition to either summit the most Sierra peaks, or swim in the most Sierra alpine lakes, all while documenting their adventures and raising donations and awareness for the important work that the Alliance does to protect and restore this amazing region. As an added bonus, the winner from each challenge will win some awesome backcountry gear!

Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival (*) @ Sand Harbor State Park, Sand Harbor State Park Register
Aug 12 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Much Ado About Nothing
Shakespeare’s Sublime Battle of Wits and Wills
View Event Details  »

Mamma Mia!
The Smash Hit Feel-Good Musical
View Event Details  »
Showcase Series Events
Don’t miss this diverse lineup of fantastic live entertainment on the Warren Edward Trepp Stage at scenic Sand Harbor, Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park! View Event Details  »
D.G. Menchetti Young Shakespeare Program
Enjoy a free interactive and family friendly one-hour performance adaptation of a Shakespeare play. Learn More About The Program »

NEWS Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festival’s 2020 Season at Sand Harbor Features a Pair of Mega-Hits … Read more »