I am accepting singing students.
Send me an email me if you want to sing but are too shy.
Or if you want to sing jazz but you only sing opera…or if you want to write songs….
or are if you are pregnant and want to learn about Birth Songs.
It is with deep empathy and a singularly unique passion that Rochelle House displays her vocal quality and original compositions. She has a way of grabbing you, the audience/listener, and pulling you into the moment of that exact moment, HER moment in whatever tune she is singing. Even with her cover of instrumental tunes, one gets the sense that she is feeling the music’s message all the way to her core.
– Dawn Clement, jazz pianist/vocalist
September the 15th I’ll have the great honor of singing my songs with two of our beloved hometown geniuses, Andy Coe and Evan Flory-Barnes. If you get a chance please come down to The Royal Room in the Columbia City neighborhood of Seattle: The City of Music
Come have dinner and relax for our early show. 6-8pm
Seattle Welcomes Summer. It is warm and grey today but it is constantly changing.
The air feels good. These days are so long.
We spent last night at Golden Gardens. We built a bonfire to celebrate my son Raven.
He was born just up the hill from that beach 24 years ago.
Now he is a talented young artist himself making his own music . Listen to him HERE If you live in Seattle none of this is news to you, but if you live somewhere else, this is the time to come for a visit.
Our hearts are broken. We are weary of all the shooting and bombing around the world.
Two nights ago a tortured young man chose to kill as many happy young people that he could in Orlando.
Last night in Cal Anderson Park the people of Seattle came responded by gathering and singing
about Love. You can watch the very moving video below.
Last nights show at North City Bistro was wonderful for me.
Thank you to Evan Flory-Barnes and Darrius Willrich
for showing up 100% and making music that has never been made before.
And to the audience for bringing their ears and their hearts
and their humor to the concert. Thank you all