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Rouge takes classic French cabaret music and infuses original and folk melodies for a sweet, hot new sound. This exciting band of vocals, violin, accordion, and guitar has airplay on classical and world radio from Washington state to Europe. Internationally touring artists, they freely bridge jazz, folk, and classical influences.


Founded in 1995, the present members of Rouge have been collaborating since 2000. Joy, passion and a charming rapport with audiences mark this group. Appealing to all ages. Festivals, fundraisers, private, corporate parties, openings, concerts, and weddings.

Rouge venues

Rouge has opened major exhibits at LA's Red Cat Theatre of the Walt Disney Concert Complex, Denver Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Holter Art Museum in Helena, and MaryHill Art Museum at the Columbia Gorge, and, in concert, have played Benaroya Founders Hall, San Juan Theatre & Arts Ctr., CenterStage Spokane, Mercer Island Music in the Parks, Kenmore Concert Series, Juan de Fuca Festival of Arts, Choochokam Arts Festival, Portland's Viscount Ballroom, and the KBCS Stage at NW Folklife Festival, as well as various levels of bohemian establishments.

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Country United States
City Seattle
State/Province Washington
Performer Type Musical Act

20 responses to “Rouge”

  1. Client says:

    “You have such a beautiful voice–I am surprised you haven’t been snatched up and living in New York or LA! Your voice is so beautiful.”
    Reukshana Edwards, programming and marketing Henry Art Gallery

  2. Client says:

    “Outstanding. . .humor and great joy…”
    Stephany Lee Unda, programming, Peninsula College

  3. Client says:

    “I would highly recommend [this band]. They absolutely played the key role in this event’s success.”
    Bell, Lewiston, Idaho St. Joseph Hospital Chair

  4. Client says:

    “Beautiful voice, great acting & sense of humor … great musicality …qui ont tous apprecié la qualite musicale et scenique.!”
    Delphine Briand, Le Cercle Français

  5. Client says:

    “Mesmerizing. . .thrilling musically, great rapport with the audience.”
    Jenseen Brons, Seattle Symphony, Benaroya Hall

  6. Client says:

    “Hope you and [your band] had as good a time as we did! You drew our largest non-subscription audience yet.”
    Michael Harris, ArtsWest

  7. Client says:

    Rosemary Coleman, The American Heart Association Ball coordinator

  8. Client says:

    “[The band’s] talented musicians make this music sing. The sell-out crowd responded with bursting enthusiasm. . standing ovation. You will have your audience cheering, laughing, and demanding more.”
    Don Wick, executive director Economic Development Association of Skagit County

  9. Client says:

    “[This band] was fantastic! I book 60-70 bands a year and [they] stands out as one of the best!”
    Erika Snyder, Marketing Director, Seattle Downtown Association

  10. Client says:

    “We’ve had the best responses we’ve ever had here [an Out-to-Lunch concert series!]”
    Brad Eaton, classical KING FM

  11. Client says:

    “We laughed, sang along, and our interest never waivered (which is remarkable because most of our group were aged 9-15)”
    Richard Carter, director Canoe Island French Camp

  12. Client says:

    “Thank you for the great performance. The kids were just sorry that you had to leave.”
    Kathy Hazen, Highline High School

  13. Client says:

    “A dynamic group musically, visually. . . An engaging and versatile vocalist, [she] also inhabits the music as a dancer, an actress, and a clown.. . .thoroughly entertaining.”
    Jane Prancan, Qwest Foundation director

  14. Client says:

    “Outstanding. . .humor and great joy. . .”
    Stephany Lee Unda, programming, Peninsula College

  15. Client says:

    “Next season will be made up of ‘favorites’ so far. We definitely want you included!”
    Alan Newberg, Collective Visions Concert Series, Bremerton

  16. Client says:

    “The musicianship is unparalleled, the vocals breath-taking. . . joyous energy driving the tunes. As good as it gets!”
    Chris Lunn, Festivals Directory Northwest, 2002

  17. Client says:

    “You left our audience wanting more. Perhaps we can get you back. . .The City is now talking about presenting 6 concerts next summer–a complete turn-around for them. Thanks for being an influential player in that development.”
    Carolyn Butler, Duvall Arts Commission

  18. Client says:

    “We were a thousand percent thrilled with everything that you did and with the group! Couldn’t have been happier on every level! Everybody loved you and, was like, where did you find her?!”
    Janet Abrams-Pruzan

  19. Client says:

    “GREAT show. You were awesome, truly amazing. Thank you so much for bringing such incredible energy and goodness to our evening. Absolutely wonderful feedback from everyone. A woman from Paris told me that you were top quality–that she would spend $100+ on tickets to see a show of that caliber in Paris…Cool, huh?!”
    Kate Jones, Methow Arts Alliance

  20. Client says:

    “Your concert was the best of our festival series! It was a magical evening.”
    Laura Hamilton, Anacortes Arts Festival

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