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Alisa Rose featured in Mercury Soul: Green Gables

Post Date: June 4, 2021

“Americana: Classical to Bluegrass” follows strands of American folk music from
Antonin Dvořák’s cherished String Quartet No. 12 in F major, Op. 96 to the world premiere of Alisa Rose’s newly adapted “Fiddle Caprice.” Impressionistic, sun-dappled, and joyful this episode is performed in an orchard of elder trees and features composer and fiddler Alisa Rose for her lyrical performance that pushes the boundaries of classical and bluegrass, crafting an all-new, all-American richness of sound.


Mercury Soul: Green Gables

Set in the lush and idyllic outdoors of the historic estate near San Francisco designed by the noted architects Green & Green, the new series creates short, cinematic music videos showcasing a trio of distinctive new works: Thievery Corporation’s Rob Garza debuts a single off his new EP; Mason Bates reimagines a Baroque work by Barbara Strozzi; and Antonin Dvorak’s “American” string quartet is paired with the world premiere of “Fiddle Caprice” by composer Alisa Rose.

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