Phoenix based Salonnières (soprano, violin, piano) creates themed programs centered in classical music yet embracing folk, musical theater, popular, and sacred traditions. Each concert's theme is a springboard to conversations, spoken and musical, giving audiences a deeper connection with the music they hear and the people they share it with. Capturing the ambience of historic European salons where artists and audiences met in homes for cultural get-togethers, Salonnières takes its name from the title given to women who hosted these events. In today’s modern settings, Salonnières places special attention on creating an environment where audience and performers can interact, share stories, and feel culturally fed by music and their fellow attendees.
Salonnières has been featured performers on Classical Crossover Magazine’s virtual concert series, on Delphi Studio’s new livestream concert platform, and on the College of Southern Idaho's Piano Celebration series. They work frequently with local composers and arrangers whom they feature on their Composer Spotlight Series. Their two full length albums and multiple singles are available on iTunes and other online distributors.
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