Next Performance

We are dedicating the 2017–2018 chamber Music season to the memory of Betty Barron,
formerly the Vice President of RCMS and the guiding light of our program for the past decade.

The Rossmoor Chamber Music Society’s fifth concert of the 2017–2018 season  will feature Quartet San Francisco on Monday, March 19, at 7:30 p.m., in the Tahoe Room of the Event Center.

Founded by composer, arranger, and Bay Area native Jeremy Cohen, Quartet San Francisco is a group of classically trained musicians whose mission is to introduce a fresh, vibrant body of string quartet literature—new works that expand the reaches of chamber music. Since 2000, QSF has introduced over 100 new works to the string quartet literature. They are committed to excellence in their playing, and their material is inspired by cultures near and far. For Rossmoor they have put together an exciting and innovative program, "Globe Trotting with Quartet San Francisco," featuring compositions and arrangements from cultures around the world. 


  • Fiesta, by Helmut Lipsky           
  • Tango Eight, by Jeremy Cohen     
  • Al Colon, by Jeremy Cohen
  • La Heroína, by Jeremy Cohen 
  • Abbey Road Medley, by John Lennon & Paul McCartney   
  • Blue Rondo a la Turk, by Dave Brubeck     
  • How Sweet the Sound, by Jeremy Cohen 
  • Federico II, by Giovanni Solima   
  • Tango from Concerto Carnevale, by Jeremy Cohen      
  • Toroi Bandi

This is the final concert of the 2017-2018 subscription series. We look forward to announcing our 2018–2019 series soon.

Single tickets for Quartet San Francisco on March 19 will be on sale at the door only—beginning at 6:30 p.m. on the night of the performance—for $18 (cash and checks only). All Rossmoor residents and their guests are welcome.