The 2017 Winter/Spring Concerts
January 21: Santa Rosa Symphony Youth Showcase
Several outstanding soloists will perform movements of concerti 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 Santa Rosa Symphony Education Department.
Saturday, January 21, 2017, 7:30 pm, $15 general /$10 student
February 10: North Bay Winds
The North Bay Winds are a woodwind quintet comprised of musicians from the Sonoma County area with long standing performance and professional teaching experience. All together, the years of performance approach 200 years of making music in Sonoma County, the Bay Area and beyond. Members are Randy Masselink, Jane Shelly, Beverly McChesney, Chris Krive and Nick Xenelis. This will be an evening of fascinating thoughtful, foot-stomping, joyful melodies.
Friday, February 10, 7:30pm $15/$10 student
March 17: Wayward Winds
The Wayward Winds Quintet will perform music from baroque to contemporary styles, from diverse cultures. Members of the quintet are: David Poe (horn), Neil Herring (clarinet), Kathi Jacobs (flute) Ruth Johnson (oboe) and Kelly Stewart (bassoon).
Friday, March 17, 2017 7:30pm, $15 general / $10 student
April 28: Narayan & Janet Baltzo - Positive Vibes Jazz
What if the music you experience could change your world? “Accentuate the Positive” … as the song goes, and “Watch What Happens! Songwriters Narayan & Janet create every songs to uplift others and have a positive impact …and it really works!
After moving from Seattle 3 years ago, the duo released their 4th CD of upbeat originals entitled "We Are All Connected" featuring Narayan on trumpet, Janet on keyboards and the duos exquisite vocal harmonies.
Narayan & Janet are lifelong musicians and songwriters are dedicated to creating music with a positive impact. Their unique blend of jazz, Motown, Beatles and pop/rock feature their vocals, keyboards, trumpet and a lot of passion for life, love and human evolution.
Friday, April 28, 7:30pm, $15 general / $10 student