We have recently learned that the http://northfloridatpo.com/planning-studies/tip/ Moses Brown School in Providence RI is forming a community orchestra! The school is looking for adult players who are learning violin, viola, cello, or double bass at the beginner or intermediate levels. You can read more about this exciting opportunity, including the rehearsal schedule, contact information, and download the registration form by clicking the following link: HERE.
The Providence Journal has compiled a list of arts events for this week! The MET has a concert coming up tonight, and on Wednesday the Trans-Siberan Orchestra is coming to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center to play some “Christmas rock.” Check out full listings here.
On October 23-25, 2015, The Vets is bringing three ballet masterpieces of the Ballets Russes to Providence! Debussy’s Afternoon of a Faun, Weber’s Le Spectre de la Rose, and Stravinsky’s The Firebird. With the contemporary choreography of Dominic Walsh and under the direction of Mihailo Djuric, these shows are a must see! Read more here.
David Wax Museum blends American and Mexican folk music to create a sound unlike any other. The New York Times describes their style as “lonesome Appalachian harmonies over mariachi horn lines and rhythms.” The band will be performing at the Columbus Theatre in Providence, RI this Saturday. columbustheatre.com
Check out what the NYTimes thinks is worth doing in Providence: 36 Hours in Providence They should add McCarten Violins to the list, don’t you think? 🙂
This Saturday, April 18th, celebrate Record Store Day at What Cheer? on Thayer Street in Providence! From 10am to 8pm, celebrate with Limited Edition RSD Releases and live music featuring Bob Kendall, the Red Pennys, Sleepyhead and Emma Rome. Record Store Day was conceived in 2007 at a gathering of independent record store owners and employees as a way to celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture surrounding independently owned record stores. It is a day for the people […]
Sweet Seattle band “the Head and the Heart” will be heading to Lupo’s in Downtown Providence on December 8th as part of their upcoming tour. Their second album, Let’s Be Still, was released last October, and is an eclectic and magical blend of “lush lyrics” and “exacting instrumentalism.” Check them out at www.theheadandtheheart.com. Here’s their latest video to the title track: For tickets and more information, visit Lupo’s.