Hello Friends!

This March is moving forward with exciting musical events!

Here are a few I’ll be performing in this coming month:

Thursday, MARCH 2nd, BIRD and BECKETT BOOKS in Glen Park, San Francisco 8-10 pm

Allison Lovejoy and friends: original cabaret and classical

with Randy Lee Odell on drums, Bing Nathan on Bass, and Greg Stephens, trombone

Saturday, March 11, 2 pm
CONCERT for KIDS, ages Eight to Eighty Family concert
I’ll be Performing Chopin’s Andante Spianato with the Golden Gate Symphony,
Urs Leonhart Steiner, conductor.


I’ll also be in the studio February 28 and 29, recording works of early 20th century Swedish-American composer Arne Oldberg. This music, composed from 1900-1920, has influences of late Romanticism and classicism, with lovely melodic content and interesting harmonies.

The fabulous producer Jim Greer of Rondo Brothers fame will be recording and producing that album, and he has also finished the edits and mastering of the long-awaited 7 Deadly Pleasures cast album! Look for these releases late spring/early summer!

Onward and Upward!!!!


Allison’s Nocturne by Colin Farish

A beautiful new piece by Colin Farish commissioned for the New Nocturnes recording.

This is a modern and fresh set of interpretations of the Nocturne for piano, with influences of jazz, Romantic, flamenco and contemporary styles. Other pieces by Marcus Shelby, Rob Reich, Kirke Mechem and Veronika Krausas add to this beautiful collection.

Release date September 28 on CDbaby, Itunes and more…