Author: gromko

  • 2014 (P)recap

    2014 (P)recap

    Sarah Gromko’s December 2014 performances includes sacred concerts with NOVA Chorale and New Orleans’s Jesuit Church, a Christmas composition featured at Immaculate Conception Jesuit Church’s Midnight Mass, and the Sarah Gromko Trio every Friday at Pearl Wine Co.

  • Be a Part of our Live Taping

    Be a Part of our Live Taping

    The full band, GromKo.’s Rhythmic Tricks, will be taping live at the Old U.S. Mint (New Orleans) on Saturday, November 8 from 8-9:30pm.

  • May Fun

    May Fun

    Festival ends and “summer” starts with a bang with Sarah Gromko.

  • How to Pace (and Cool) Yourself During Fest

    How to Pace (and Cool) Yourself During Fest

    Festival season is upon New Orleans. It gets hot, and it’s hard to find a place get off your feet and listen to music in a comfortable atmosphere. I aim to fix that for you.

  • Fridays and Video

    Fridays and Video

    This year is off to a nice bang! I’m now officially at Pearl Wine Co. every Friday, where I’ll continue feature the talents of a nice array musicians. In the meantime, check out the video of one of the songs I performed at Music at the Mint on February 7th.

  • It’s New Orleans Podcast

    It’s New Orleans Podcast

    I had the pleasure of participating in the It’s New Orleans “Happy Hour” podcast with Grant Morris, this past Thursday. I sing a couple of original tunes, but mostly I laugh. A lot.

  • Composing and Local Love

    Composing and Local Love

    Well, this has been a lovely month! With a commission, trio gigs, new music, and still working with other musicians on getting their due, I’m keeping busy.

  • Songs, Wine, and Saenger

    Songs, Wine, and Saenger

    Many thanks to you all for your all the love you’ve been sending! I have jumped in head-first, and I’m finding the rewards for risky behavior are much better in music than in anything else I’ve ever tried. 😉 Here are a few things I’ve been involved in since we last corresponded:

  • Stepping From Behind the Curtain

    Stepping From Behind the Curtain

    Things in life have shifted, and with it has my focus. Now that I’m back to the manuscript paper and bandstand, I don’t know how I ever left it. Thank you New Orleans, for teaching me what music really means and helping me reconnect to the true meaning of musical expression.