Petroglyphe Presents the 2015 Sunday Fine Art Concert Series

Mar 9, 2015 by

Petroglyphe Presents the 2015 Sunday Fine Art Concert Series

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Kim Angelis and Josef Return to Calaveras on April 19 Launching Petroglyphe’s Sunday Fine Art Concert Series

Mokelumne Hill is alive with music and art in 2015, and Petroglyphe Gallery is at its center. Calaveras welcomes our beloved Sky Song Duo, Kim Angelis and Josef to open another fabulous season of intimate concerts at the Quarry Hill Studio in the gallery. This concert is truly special and is limited to just 50 guests. So, purchase your tickets right away, as it is sure to quickly sell out. Have a conversation with Kim and Josef in this warm and artful setting. You’ll enjoy light appetizers and Metzger fine wines, surrounded by creative treasures.

These Captivating Performances Make Up the 2015 Season:

Sunday, April 19
Kim Angelis and Josef — Sky Song Duo
Violin virtuoso and composer Kim Angelis with her husband, classical guitarist Josef will provide a blast from the past and a journey to the present, as the duo return to their former foothill home with many new creations from their Astoria, Oregon years. Kim’s music was featured at the 2000 Olympics. Her passionate, gypsy style is loved throughout Africa, Asia, and China, as well as North America.

Sunday, May 31
Classical Revolution Presents Sound Underground Jazz Trio
Talking about a revolution . . . Sound Underground Jazz Trio is revolutionizing the music world. Classical Revolution got its start at San Francisco’s Revolution Café. It has since become a “movement”, spanning 30 cities, now making its way to the Sierra Foothills via Petroglyphe Gallery. This trio is composed of guitar, trumpet and alto saxophone plus woodwinds. These innovative young men have been globetrotting their fresh sound to an international audience. Their collaboration began as roomates studying at the Frost School of Music in Miami.

Sunday, August 16
Alex de Grassi — Finger-Style Guitarist
Known for his technical wizardry and vibrant, poetic music making, de Grassi is one of the most distinctive steel-string guitarists working today.  Internationally acclaimed, he has toured Europe, Latin America, Japan and throughout North America.  From Jazz to Bolivian Blues and Chilean Folk Music, de Grassi’s program is full and inviting.

Sunday, September 27
Ancora Trio — Two Flutes and a Cello
Tuolumne and Calaveras symphony musicians, June Diggle, Alice Williams and Janet Telford formed Ancora Trio for the pleasure of playing great music from the classical and standard popular music repertoire. Noted for presenting special music in special places, this feminine trio collaborates in the planning for each performance to assure the perfect ambience and atmosphere.

Tickets are now available for all performances, $25 presale and $27 day of the performance if available. Doors open at 3:30 pm and concert begins at 4:00 pm. Purchase tickets at Petroglyphe, 8317 Main Street in Mokelumne Hill, or give the gallery a call at 209-286-1387.  Seating is limited. For more information visit   The gallery is open Thursday through Saturday from 11:30 am to 5:30 pm; and Sunday from 11:30 am to 4:00 pm.


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