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Music Concert Series


At Petroglyphe Gallery

Join us for Petroglyphe Gallery’s 2015 rare musical concert series featuring the works of talented musicians.  Come and enjoy complimentary wine and appetizers in the gallery before the show.  Tickets are now available for all performances and can be purchased at Petroglyphe Gallery or by calling (209) 286-1387.  Seating is limited.  All ticket sales are final.

Advance ticket purchase:  $25.00
Day of event purchase:  $27.00

All tickets include complimentary light appetizers and wine tasting with local wineries.

April 19, 2015
Doors Open:  3:30pm
Music Begins:  4:00pm

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.

May 31, 2015
Doors Open:  3:30pm
Music Begins:  4:00pm

Classically Trained Chamber Musicians


“You’ve got to go down in the basement and visit every note” – Wayne Shorter

These words of wisdom from the timeless saxophone legend guide the thoughtful, personal approach this Miami-based trio takes to its unusual instrumentation. Intimate and conversational, their melodic approach traverses the lengths of acoustic jazz – from artful compositions, to introspective ballads, to clever sonic explorations.

Composed of guitarist Jonah Udall, saxophonist David Leon, and trumpeter Alec Aldred, Sound Underground was formed in 2013. They released their debut self-titled album in the summer of 2014 with a tour of Eastern Europe, and have been on the rise ever since. They have been recognized in Downbeat Magazine and All About Jazz.com.

“…a fresh sound… uncluttered and open… capable of grabbing a listener’s attention and holding it indefinitely. From first note to last, this is a highly enjoyable album that leaves one thirsting for its successor…. They have a very bright future.” – All About Jazz.com

August 16, 2015

Doors Open:  3:30pm
Music Begins:  4:00pm

Finger-Style Guitarist

Alex DeGrassi-Chron

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 repertoire is full and inviting.

November 1, 2015
Doors Open:  3:30pm
Music Begins:  4:00pm

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 ambiance and atmosphere.