Concerts SCA

Performing Arts

Performing Arts

Enjoy the magic of live performance. SCA presents a broad range of performances each year, including intimate performances of jazz and cabaret, classical music performed by renowned chamber ensembles, family-friendly programming and many other special events.

Monthly Concerts  showcase a wide variety of local musicians.

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Sunday, January 21, 2018 : Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra CONCERTO SHOWCASE

Members of the Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra perform solos with piano accompaniment.
The students, ages 13-23, are members of the Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra and have auditioned for the Concerto Competition to be a soloist with the orchestra. Enjoy wonderful music performed by extraordinarily talented young people. This performance is a benefit for the Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra. The concert will help raise money for scholarships for the orchestra’s tour to Salzburg, Vienna and Budapest in June 2018. Tickets available at and at the door.
Sunday, January 21, 2018, 4:00 pm $15 general /$10 student

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Friday, January 26, 2018: The Haute Flsh Quartet Concert 

Come hear hot rhythms and lush harmonies. The Haute Flash Quartet energizes the room playing musical styles first popularized in the '30s and '40s, including Django Reinhardt's gypsy jazz, AMerican swing and French musette waltzes. This four-women ensemble from Sonoma County includes: Rhonda Berney, mandolin and vocals; jan Kahdeman, guitar and vocals; Karol Kopley, accordion and vocals; and Tami Pallingtion, bass.    Friday, January 26, 2018, 7:30pm $15                               

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Caña Dulce y Caña Brava

January 28, 2018, 6pm-8pm $15
Jarocho music grew out of the symbiosis of African, Spanish and Indigenous cultures living in Mexico’s Sotovento, a region comprised of parts of Veracruz, Oaxaca and Tabasco states. Musicians alternate singing verses that are usually joyful descriptions of nature, beauty and human relationships. This dynamic way of singing – improvised on occasion – is one of the most appreciated musical legacies Mexico offers the world. While the group plays traditional music of Southern Veracruz, a regional style that like many others was historically dominated by men, feminine voices are one of its distinguishing characteristics. Currently, the group is composed of five musicians who recreate the music of Southern Veracruz with harp, a family of guitar-like instruments called jaranas, plus two other related stringed instruments called requinto (a melody instrument) and the Leona (which serves as a bass) and a jarana de arco (a unique viola which one of the members created).
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