Join us as we celebrate a new year of exhibitions: 

Building a Different Model: Selections from the di Rosa Collection


Building a Different Model: Selections from the di Rosa Collection, guest curated by Dan Nadel, highlights the work of 40 artists that address the world by offering generative visions of transformation and repair through social, physical, and ceremonial relationships.

Viola Frey: Center Stage


Viola Frey: Center Stage, marks the artist’s first major institutional survey on the West Coast since 1981 and includes over 100 works of art in ceramic, painting, drawing, and bronze, offering a fresh take on Frey’s prolific and influential practice.

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 9
Music Performance by New Music Decanted

3 PM – 4 PM: VIP + Member Reception (by invitation; RSVP required)

4 PM – 5:30 PM: Public Reception (Free; RSVP requested)

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Parking is limited; carpooling is encouraged. This event takes place in Gallery 1 and Gallery 2; the Residence and grounds will not be on view.

About New Music Decanted
New Music Decanted is a new nonprofit concert series with its core ensemble based in Napa. Collaborators from across the country come together to play cutting-edge new “classical” music, usually by living composers. Prefacing the concerts, the New Music Decanted podcast and YouTube channel will give concertgoers a glimpse into the composers’ minds, the performers’ process, and the qualities that makes the chosen music remarkable.<>

At di Rosa
The music performed will highlight broad themes in Viola Frey’s work, as well as highlight specific motifs that recur throughout. Solo flute works will include works by Claude Debussy, Christoph Gluck, Thea Musgrave and Toru Takemitsu. Solo cello works by Berkeley Symphony’s Composer-In-Residence Anna Clyne, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, Augusta Read Thomas and Nicholas Deyoe. Duo works by Peter Ablinger, Pauline Oliveros, Steve Reich and Kaija Saariaho.

About Jennifer Hunt
Flutist Jennifer Hunt pursues a versatile musical life as a passionate performer and educator. She has played flute and piccolo with the Russian National Orchestra, Hartford Opera Theater, Montana Lyric Opera, Oakland Symphony, and Symphony Napa Valley and has been featured on National Public Radio. Jennifer is adjunct faculty at Pacific Union College and Napa Valley College and an artist partner at Willow Elementary School. She also travels around the country as a trainer for Leonard Bernstein’s Artful Learning education model. While she is primarily classically trained, Jennifer enjoys playing jazz, bluegrass, Irish, Peruvian and American folk music. She teaches flute and piano privately.<>

About Eric Moore
Cellist Eric Moore won his first orchestral audition at the age of 15. He graduated from the University of Michigan, summa cum laude, with three music degrees. He has performed with more than a dozen orchestras and at age 23 he became principal cellist of La Jolla Symphony and Chorus. He is adjunct faculty at Pacific Union College. He specializes in the performances of new “classical” music and has premiered dozens of works by leading composers. Eric is, himself, an active composer, and he maintains a private studio of 20 cello students.