Duet with Brian Seeger Saturday

Posted on May 14, 2013 by Sarah Gromko

Saturday, May 18th (8-10pm) Pearl Wine Co. American Can Building 3700 Orleans Ave. New Orleans, LA 70119 ¬† My friend Leora Madden has just opened Pearl Wine Co., a new take on the wine bar formerly known as Clever Wine, in mid-city. She asked me to break out my pipes for a rare performance. The […]

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GromKo. Transitions

Posted on November 26, 2012 by Sarah Gromko

As the year closes, I would like to update you all on the progress of GromKo. and my participation in the New Orleans music community.   As I worked with the musicians in town over the past year, I noticed a need for music business education more so than the music business services I was […]

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Singing at Dos Jefes Wednesday

Posted on November 5, 2012 by Sarah Gromko

On Wednesday, November 7th from 9:30pm-12:30am, I will be singing standards and jazz originals with accompaniment by pianist Tom Hook. Dos Jefes is a fine Uptown Cigar Bar notorious for late-night surprise-appearances by the greatest jazz musicians in town. It is located at 5535 Tchoupitoulas Street.

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New Orleans Noise

Posted on September 24, 2012 by Sarah Gromko

Evan Christopher gave me an anniversary interview, to follow the one he did last year. The basic gist of our conversation was this: …If we had today’s noise ordinances and prohibitory zoning in the 18th century, we would still be listening exclusively to opera. I can see how this city needs to have rules in […]

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GromKo.’s new office

Posted on September 4, 2012 by Sarah Gromko

GromKo. has upgraded its office setting! We’re now fully equipped with manuscript-size printing ability and a multi-media conference room. For those of you who send correspondence or payments via postal mail, the address is: GromKo. 800 Common Street, Suite 220 Office 14 New Orleans, LA 70112 Please also note the new, local telephone number: (504) […]

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Gromko & Co.’s Debut Gig

Posted on August 2, 2012 by Sarah Gromko

It’s been almost a year since moving to New Orleans. My performing and composing life took a backseat while I got my business established, but it’s moved up front (if only to passenger side). Eduardo, Bill, Sam and I have collaborated on a project in search of musical adventure. Take a listen if you want […]

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Last Symphony Chorus Performances of the 2012 Season

Posted on June 23, 2012 by Sarah Gromko

My musical life is picking up. In addition to getting a great rhythm section together and focusing on getting some solo jazz gigs for this summer, I will be performing with the Symphony Chorus of New Orleans in our last performances of the season. Our performances on Sunday, June 24th and Thursday, June 28th will […]

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Brahms’s Song of Destiny with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra

Posted on May 19, 2012 by Sarah Gromko

The Symphony Chorus of New Orleans has been invited to be a part of the Louisiana Philharmonic’s season-closing concert. It is amazing to be conducted on this emotional piece by the dynamic Maestro Carlos Miguel Prieto. I hope you can come hear this magnificent set for Brahms and Mahler. Brahms: Schicksalslied (Song of Destiny), Op. […]

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Mozart Requiem

Posted on April 17, 2012 by Sarah Gromko

  I am honored to be performing Mozart’s Requiem with the Symphony Chorus of New Orleans and Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra this Thursday and Friday. The LPO will also be performing¬†Beethoven’s Second Symphony each night. Tickets range from $20-$98.   Beethoven: Symphony No. 2, Op. 36 & Mozart Requiem K.626 (with SCNO) Featuring Vocalists: Jonita Lattimore, […]

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Singers of United Lands

Posted on March 8, 2012 by Sarah Gromko No Comments
S.O.U.L Concert

I’m excited to be singing in my first concert with the Symphony Chorus of New Orleans on Friday night. S.O.U.L is a quartet consisting of four singers from countries: Poland, India, Namibia, and Bolivia (on four different continents, in fact)! We will be doing songs written and arranged by them, as well as some uplifting […]

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