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(NAPSI)—If you’re like roughly two-thirds of Americans, you expect to travel this year. So, whether it’s camping, visiting national landmarks or splurging on a first-rate resort, travelers want … more
By DON FOWLER The recent Annual Gala Celebration at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium was a ray of light for the coming 2021-22 Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra season. Conductor Bramwell Tovey speculated that the full indoor concert was conceivably more
By ROB DUGUAY June is Pride Month in the United States, which promotes equality for and increased visibility of the LGBTQ+ community. If you've seen a lot of rainbow colored flags on cars, houses and windows this month, this is the reason why. It's also more
By ROB DUGUAY When a group of music scene stalwarts get together, most of the time something rad results from it. Enter Providence rock act PonyBoy, which was started by vocalist and pianist Dave Laros and guitarist Vic Foley. The two are familiar with more
By DON FOWLER There haven't been too many world-renowned artists playing Providence in the past year, but you can catch one of the best this Saturday at 5 p.m. Emanuel Ax, a Grammy Award-winning pianist, will join conductor Bramwell Tovey and the Rhode more
By ROB DUGUAY After a few months of functioning primarily as an upscale neighborhood bar and restaurant, Ted's Stadium Pub is bringing back live music to their outdoor patio. The establishment at 1145 Park Ave. in Cranston is having mostly solo acts more
By DON FOWLER Joyce and I sat on the grounds of the Clouds Hill House Museum two years ago to hear the Narragansett Brass Quartet perform as part of the popular Music on the Hill annual summer concert series. The pandemic put a hold on the series last more
By ROB DUGUAY Cranston's Ian Lacombe has a talent for songwriting and he fuels it in two bands. He sings and plays guitar in the jazz and blues based rock act Route .44, and he also plays bass in the gypsy blues band Consuelo's Revenge while taking the more
By DON FOWLER While most arts organizations are planning for openings in the fall, the Rhode Island Philharmonic has been offering its loyal supporters live and online concerts through the pandemic. Last Saturday's Mahler concert was a unique experience, more
The Kingston Chamber Music Festival will celebrate its 33rd annual season with a series of five in-person concerts at the University of Rhode Island's Fine Arts Center from July 24 to Aug. 1. Tickets will be available in June at more
The RI Music Education Association's All-State ensembles performed this past weekend and the concert was amazing! RIMEA invited Grammy-nominated musicians and composers of some of the songs performed … more
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra's 2021 Spring Season at The Vets presents a momentous May with three stellar concerts and a spectacular June Gala Celebration with Emanuel Ax. The exhilarating season continues on Saturday, May 1, with conductor more
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