Concerts SCA

Performing Arts


Casual Concerts

Monthly concerts presented by SCA's Music Committee showcase local musicians. Previous performers have included: Bonnie Brooks, Gwyneth Davis, Christopher Fritzsche, Judiyaba, Larry London, Marilyn Thompson, Nicholas Xenelis; The Sonoma County Twenty Fingers Club, and the Aurio Trio. Our Annual Sing Along Messiah is a community favorite. A Casual Concert Application is available for interested performers.

Casual Concerts

Saturday, June 13, 7pm

The Young Soloists' Night

Played as a soloist in a concert alongside Midori. Led an orchestra as concertmaster in Carnegie Hall. These are two of the things that the young musicians have accomplished. Aged from 15 to 18 years old, they are all members of the Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Orchestra. In an effort to promote and raise funds for the SRSYO, these young musicians are showcasing their talents at the Young Soloists’ Night  where they will perform works from Bloch, Bach, Britten, Schumann, Teleman, Mozart and more. Please come and show your support for the youth! Saturday, June 13, 2015 at 7 pm, Brent Auditorium. Admission at the door is $15 general / $10 students. Tickets  available online  HERE

 

 

 

 

Saturday, July 18, 7:30pm

Marimba Concert with Ambuya!

Enjoy the spirited music of Zimbabwe. These compelling African melodies will inspire you to move, dance and celebrate! Complex polyrhythms are played on wooden marimbas and accompanied by a traditional gourd shaker.

Ambuya means "grandmother or wise, elder woman." For the group Ambuya refers to the wisdom and joy they feel when they play marimba music together. Our ensemble —  Lori Ingram, Lani Young, Linda Rake, Stacey Kerr, Barbara Wolcott, Cynthia McReynolds and Noori Dove — is fortunate to be guided by Michael Breez, co-founder of the Rufaro School of Marimba and Musasa Marimba Ensemble, and to be joined tonight by ethno-musicologist and vocalist, Bhavani Tucker.

We hope you'll join us for an evening of marimba magic!

Sebastopol Center for the Arts

Brent Auditorium

Admission $15.