In partnership with the Carmel Bach Festival. We're bringing you a live performance this Sunday with two amazing talents; Paul Rhodes and Meg Eldridge. We'll also be donating 10% of proceeds from regular priced merchandise sales to the Bach Festival, which is run by community support.
Paul holds degrees from Dominican College (BA) as a student of Margaret Rowell, and the University of Texas at Austin (MM) as a student of Paul Olefsky. He is presently a member of Oakland Symphony and has performed with San Antonio Symphony, Orchestra of Santa Fe, Brandywine Baroque, Rheinische Philharmonie, New Century Chamber Orchestra, Sacramento Symphony, Earplay, San Jose Symphony, Santa Cruz Baroque Festival, Austin Lyric Opera, Monterey Symphony, and served as principal cellist of the Austin Symphony, including a tour of France and Germany, during the 1994-95 season.
Meg studied at the University of Michigan, the Manhattan School of Music and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She performs with the Marin Symphony, the Santa Rosa Symphony, and Philharmonia Healdsburg. She also plays violin with the Archangeli Baroque Strings, Marin Baroque of the Marin String Quartet, which gives concerts throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Meg plays on a viola that was made by Bronek Cison in Chicago in 2007, as well as on a French viola made in Mirecourt in the late 1800's. She teaches violin and viola at the Marin Waldorf School and at the Branson School.
In partnership with the Carmel Bach Festival. We're bringing you a live performance this Sunday with two amazing talents; Paul Rhodes and Meg Eldridge. We'll also be donating 10% of proceeds from regular priced merchandise sales to the Bach Festival, which is run by community support
Stephen has been a participant of the Bach Festival for 1 season.” Stephen, called “among the most flawless artists on the Baroque flute" by the San Jose Mercury News and “flute extraordinaire” by the New Jersey Star-Ledger, plays solo and Principal flute with the Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra and Musica Angelica and performs with other leading Early music groups such as Portland Baroque Orchestra, Wiener Akademie, and Chatham Baroque. Currently he is a Teaching Professor in Music History and Flute at Carnegie Mellon University and director of the Carnegie Mellon Baroque Orchestra. In 1986, Mr. Schultz founded the original instrument ensemble American Baroque. As solo, chamber, and orchestral player, Schultz appears on sixty recordings for such labels as Dorian, Naxos, Harmonia Mundi USA, Centaur, NCA, and New Albion. He has been very active in commissioning new music written for his instrument and in 1998, Carolyn Yarnell wrote 10/18 for solo, processed Baroque Flute and dedicated it to Mr. Schultz. The Pittsburgh composer Nancy Galbraith wrote Traverso Mistico, which is scored for electric Baroque flute, solo cello, and chamber orchestra. It was given its world premiere at Carnegie Mellon University in April 2006 and this highly successful collaboration was followed in 2008 with Galbraith's Night Train, Other Sun in 2009, and Effervescent Air in 2012.
Sarah studied at Harvard University, the New England Conservatory and in Amsterdam and Freiburg. Described as “focused, nuanced, and arresting” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), she holds a variety of viola and violin leading positions with Boston Baroque, Musicians of the Old Post Road, Gut Reaction, Musical Offering, Les Bostonades, the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra, and A Far Cry. Sarah has recorded for Naxos, Linn, paladino, Azica, MSR, and Centaur.
Nackymade- bespoke eyewear from Japan
Come to our nackymade event and visit with Nackymade about custom eyewear. Naoki Nakagawa is a globally famous eyewear designer who has the ability to create shapes, styles, and materials exclusively for you. Everything is completely handmade in Japan by Naoki himself. Naoki will be here for an exclusive trunk show on April 22nd from12-5. Stop by for one of a kind eyewear exclusively at Khaki’s.
Proud to announce our month long pop up with Eleventy. We'll be having exclusive deals on all eleventy pieces as well as donating a percentage to local charities. Friday April 21st we will have a opening reception 5pm-7pm join us and the experts from Eleventy enjoy local cheese and wine and a night out in Carmel.
Join us this Saturday, April 1st and meet the Experts from Petter Millar. They will be showcasing their upcoming Spring/Summer Collection and we'll be offering 15% off all Petter Millar in store. We'll be serving appetizers and beverages throughout the day come by and enjoy a beautiful day in Carmel.