Biography of Rose John Alan:
American composer and pianist JOHN ALAN ROSE is an emerging, multi-talented artist of great insight who has successfully performed his own music throughout the United States. Twice performing in ‘Winners’ Concerts’ at Carnegie Hall in New York City, Mr. Rose has received prizes at international music competitions both as a pianist and as a composer. He has appeared on radio and TV commenting and playing his own music and has recorded his works on various labels. His “Made in the Americas” won him an additional recording contract with ERM Media. In October 2012, Mr. Rose completed the first production of his “Rumpelstiltskin,” a family opera after the fairytale, in a total of four performances at The National Opera Center in New York City. These most successful performances led to invitations in the seasons of 2013 and 2014 for new productions of “Rumpelstiltskin” at opera houses in Russia and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria). John has appeared as a radio guest with Kate Remington at WSHU 91.1 FM, where his “Joy Suite for violin and piano” was broadcast live. He and his wife, soprano Sing Rose, have performed televised concerts in Connecticut and New York, featuring music of Mozart, Liszt, and Debussy, as well as Mr. Rose’s own compositions. His “Sleepy Hollow Suite” for violin/viola duo was published by Ut Orpheus Edizioni in July 2012. Mr. Rose has collaborated with the Dubrovnik Philharmonic Orchestra in a program devoted entirely to his own compositions including his violin and piano concerti, where Mr. Rose also appeared as soloist playing his own piano concerto. He lives in Ohio with his wife, Sing, and his daughter, Sophia.