Tao Theory House Concert
Tao Theory offers intricate, heartfelt, original instrumental music that is inspired by the beauty of nature and the complexity of the human experience. They are a highly creative trio of seasoned musicians comprised of Greg Barnett on Guitar, Robert Adamich on Guitar, and Susan Shloss on Violin.
We've been in a creative frenzy and are excited to share some beautiful new pieces with you.
Tea and cookies will be served!
About the Band:
Susan Shloss started playing violin at the age of seven and studied classical music for many years. At fifteen, she decided to put down the music and learn to play by ear. Inspired by Stephane Grappelli and gypsy jazz, she developed her own heart-full style of improvisation. Susan holds a bachelor of music from Baldwin Wallace College Conservatory of Music.
Robert Adamich has played guitar and bass in bands, solo, and in duets since he was sixteen. His music is crafted out of his life experiences, seen through the lens of spirit, hope and healing. One of the best ideas of his life was to surround himself with friends who love to express themselves through music, and who support each other in the creative process. He recently was a member of Deep Six with five other Bay Area songwriters. This summer, Robert and Susan performed as a duo in Ireland.
Greg Barnett has performed many hundreds of times in styles ranging from classical to jazz to Celtic to rock in concert halls, circus tents, nightclubs, churches, yoga studios, and theaters. Some highlights include two years touring North America and Europe with Cirque du Soleil's Dralion, five seasons with the California Shakespeare Festival, and multiple appearances at spiritual music festivals on the West Coast. He received a Master of Music degree in 1988. He is dedicated to creating music that expresses love, joy, gratitude, and the Divine.
Private residence in San Rafael - address provided upon payment
Santa Venetia neighborhood
San Rafael, CA 94903
|Minimum Age: 8|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|