Grammy-nominated violinist and composer Alisa Rose is a modern musician who easily navigates between many musical styles. With roots in American fiddle traditions as well as classical music, she attracts attention for her expressive lyrical voice on the violin. Her stylistic fluidity gives her the ability to create unique and genuine music which is free from the constraints of genre. Alisa has appeared with a wide range of artists, including the Real Vocal String Quartet, 2008 Rockygrass winners 49 Special, and Grammy-nominated Quartet San Francisco. Alisa has performed and taught throughout Eastern Europe as an Ambassador of the State Department, and has performed at Carnegie Hall, NPR's Weekend Edition, the historic Carter Family Fold festival, TEDx Alcatraz with Bob Weir, Song of the Mountains on PBS, as well as numerous international tours. A dedicated educator, Alisa teaches privately as well as at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.