April 2015, Newsletter Issue #76
In This Issue
We appreciate your referrals for volunteers. We always need more hosts and performers, particularly for shows for youth and multi-ethnic audiences throughout the Bay Area. Learn more and fill out an online application:


Help us "Raise Money, Get Younger and Get Famous."
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Spring Benefit and Exclusive Concert

Rhythm Village and Tea Leaf Green will headline the concert along with a special guest performance by Joan Baez .
In addition, singer-songwriter Emree Franklin will open the second set and Olympic Gold Medal Skier Jonny Moseley will emcee the fun and festive evening. 

Read more here about the performers for the evening and for ticket info.    

  Tickets are going fast, RSVP today!


Eventbrite - Boz Scaggs: Evening at the Music Hall to Benefit Bread & Roses  



 Please join us for this legendary event!

RSVP online now 

Questions about tickets or sponsorship?

Contact Elissa Burke
415.945.7120 ext 113
Bread & Roses Presents 2015-- New Enhanced Name for Our Fifth Decade & Going Strong

Executive Director
Dave Perron , at the helm since December, reports that "Bread & Roses Presents is going strong."

To kick off this year in style, we have a new enhanced name " Bread & Roses Presents" and a new logo to better communicate our timeless mission of bringing hope and healing through live music and performances to isolated people in Bay Area institutions. Thanks to designer  Nancy Chan , we now have more contemporary graphics and a new brighter color with images of some of our audiences.
 Bread & Roses Presents 2015 -- New Enhanced Name for Our Fifth Decade & Going Strong
Our ongoing program is vibrant with over 600 shows presented last year. We have ongoing relationships with over 120 different institutions serving youth, adults and seniors in eight counties around the Bay Area. To learn more about some of our new institutional audiences, volunteer performers, staff changes and other news,  click here
Welcome Reception for Dave Perron at Seager Gray Gallery

Thanks to Donna Seager and Suzanne Gray of the  Seager Gray Gallery in Mill Valley for providing a beautif ul space to welcome Executive Director Dave Perron on Thurs. Feb. 5.


A lively mix of long-time supporters and new friends came together to meet and mingle amid contemporary pieces of world-class art in the latest exhibition "Material Matters." Volunteer performer Teja Gerken played entrancing acoustic finger-style guitar, adding the perfect ambiance to the event. Click Here to see a slideshow from the event.

(l-r) Paul Liberatore, Hilary Black , Dave Perron and Teja Gerkin at the welcome reception for Dave Perron at Seager Gray Gallery. Photo by Peter Merts  

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