RossoRose Duo performs at a groupmuse in Kensington!
Reserve a Spot for $3 at http://grpm.us/lvj8kA
Sonata for Piano and Violin in G Major, No. 10, Op. 96 (1812)
L. van Beethoven (1770 – 1827)
Sonata for Violin and Piano in G Major, Op. 134 (1968)
Dmitri Shostakovich (1906-1975)
purchase tickets here: https://www.airbnb.com/experiences/77691
Red Door House Concert - San Francisco
email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP for address
Doors at 7:00, show at 7:30
$15-$20 Suggested Donation
BYOB, some snacks provided
Jam session to follow
NOTE: Doors will open for this show at 6:00PM in order to accommodate a pre-show reception with light refreshments to kick off the 50th Anniversary Year of the Freight & Salvage from 6:00PM to 7:30PM. All ticket holders are invited to join us for the reception, no RSVP required. The music will start at 8:00PM as planned.
Scroggins & Rose at Secret Alley Groupmuse Wed. January 17th, 2017
Everyone must reserve a spot for $3: http://grpm.us/-InMcw
Musician payment happens at the event. $10+ cash or pay online at groupmuse.com/pay.
The event will be at The Secret Alley, a collection of art studios hidden above Capp St. 180 Capp Street, SF. They’'ll only be manning the door between 7-7:45pm, so please be sure to arrive between then, otherwise they might not be able to let you in.
Scroggins & Rose play new material at a groupmuse near Mission Dolores!
Reserve a spot here for $3: https://www.groupmuse.com/events/5693-nookmuse-round-5
Friday, Jun 9, 7 PM. Chaconne Two Ways Benefit Concert. Violinist Alisa Rose perform's J.S. Bach's famed Chaconne in D for solo violin, pianist Ellen Milenski plays J.S. Bach's famed Chaconne in D as amplified in titanic terms by late-Romantic composer Ferruccio Busoni,
Victoria Bluegrass Association Doors open: 7:30 pm
The evening starts with an Open Stage from 7:45pm to 8:45pm. You can sign up for a spot on the Open Stage by contacting Jeb Gordon at 778-678-4570 or email
Admission: suggested donation $7 general, $5 for VBA members and open stage performers
Seating is limited; please RSVP to email@example.com.
The concert is in North Beacon Hil, a short walk from the Beacon Hill light rail stop.
$20/person suggested donation at the door; 100% goes to the musicians. Welcome to come hang out anytime after 6:00; concert begins 7:30. I'll make some tacos; bring a snack, dessert, or drink!
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Advance tickets are available at the link below. Doors open one half hour before show time. We accept cash only at the door (ATMs are nearby).
The Back Room is an all-ages, BYOB (for those 21+) space, dedicated to (mostly) acoustic music of all kinds. You are welcome to bring your own adult beverage with no additional corkage fee. If you need more information, or have any questions, please call us: #510-654-3808. Thank you for your support!
Please join us for the April Vernon Salon! Alisa Rose and Amy Zanrosso are two expressive and powerful musicians intent on exploring what it means to be a piano and violin duo making music in the 21st century. Striking and dramatic in their musical choices, the RossoRose duo seamlessly melds their classical training with the rhythms and musical freedom of a variety of traditions that include tango and American roots music and are not shy about breaking rules in order to communicate with an audience. See below for Amy's colorful description of the piece they're performing - the first Prokofiev violin and piano sonata. Visual artist Victoria Welling will also be speaking, continuing our talk from February about women in the arts.
Your $20 ticket ($15 emerging artist/BYOB discount) supports the presenting artists and the production of this event. Please RSVP by Wednesday, April 19th to firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of people attending. Feel free to show up starting at 8 PM, and we'll begin the performance around 8:30 PM. As a warning - parking is often tricky in the Adams Point (Oakland) neighborhood, so allow for extra time.
Prokofiev Sonata No. 1 for violin and piano:
Want to hear a half hour of music that's brooding and aggressive but so painfully beautiful at times that it makes you wonder what you’ve done with your life up to this point? Then Prokofiev’s Sonata No. 1 for violin and piano in F minor is for you. Written during the second World War, this sonata is filled with pianistic explosions, relentless approaching armies, abject terror, nostalgia for better days and a violin whistling like “wind passing through a graveyard.” Of all the music Prokofiev composed, the first and third movements of this sonata were chosen to be performed at his funeral - that’s how good this sonata is. If you’ve never heard it before you need to hear it now!
Scroggins & Rose perform their original tunes and improvise on Baroque and Classical themes!