Violinist Alisa Rose is a member of the Picasso Quartet, the Real Vocal String Quartet, Homespun Rowdy, Forty-Nine Special, and A.J. Roach and the Strange Pilgrims. Alisa performed recently at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Strawberry Music Festival, the Olympic Music Festival, Blue Highways Festival in Utrecht, Netherlands, Reinberger Chamber Hall, and in Carnegie Hall. She has also recorded and/or performed with Mars Arizona, Matt Bauer, Rachel Ries, Nels Andrews, Anais Mitchell, ALO, Train, and Bauhaus. Alisa's chamber music collaborators include Jean-Michel Fonteneau, Martha Katz, Jodi Levitz, Bettina Mussumeli and Ian Swensen and she has premiered works for the 5C Composers Collective, David Graves, and David Garner. Alisa received her Bachelor's degree and Master's degree in Chamber Music from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Camilla Wicks and Bettina Mussumeli. She currently teaches privately, at the SF Friend's School, and runs a San Francisco Conservatory of Music outreach program for young disadvantaged violinists.
Sqwonk & Real Vocal String Quartet
Music: The Next Generation
The Village Road Trio and RossoRose Duo, with Beth Vandervennet
Erik Jekabson's Vista Nonet
Village Road Trio