The healing power of live music, delivered daily.
The isolated audiences we serve, our volunteers and supporters -
We are expanding our program to best serve our institutional audiences and to further the well-being of our entire community during the pandemic. New initiatives include a special collaboration bringing live music to various Bay Area Food Bank locations. We are also facilitating live Zoom shows, other outdoor programs and indoor concerts when possible. We are maintaining the vibrancy of our mission and excited to go forward with our new hybrid program model. Visit our blog to see the latest updates in our enews “The Heartbeat.” Thank you for helping to sustain our nonprofit organization as we find creative ways to uplift spirits. With your support, we will continue to provide hope, healing and joy through live music and the performing arts to our isolated Bay Area audiences.
Who we are
Bread & Roses Presents is a nonprofit arts organization with a human services mission that brings hope, healing and joy through live music and the performing arts to children, adults and seniors who are disadvantaged, marginalized, or otherwise isolated in diverse institutional settings in the San Francisco Bay Area. We produce over 600 shows a year in 125 facilities, presenting the talent of over 1,000 volunteers to over 32,000 audience members.
Bread & Roses "Music & More" Zoom Book Club
Next meeting | To Be Announced Soon
For Zoom Invite contact: email@example.com
Read volunteer performer Zach Lee's recent school essay on 'The Human Mind in Music Therapy'.
Special Appeal message from Tony Saunders & Friends
Exclusive Offering; Limited Edition Prints of Mimi Fariña Portrait by Joan Baez
Support our program by signing-up for online Zoom Music Classes with Bread & Roses performers
New hand-stitched masks are now available. Purchase a mask, T-shirts or Mimi Fariña with Lowell Levinger "Live In Germany" CDs on our merch page!
Zach Lee with (l-r) his dad, Kevin and Bread & Roses Executive Director, Dave Perron at a recent program for the San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. Photo by Lisa Starbird.