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            January

            Friday, Jan. 24
            Music: RIC Chorus
            “Young Men’s Choral Festival”
            7 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            Admission free
            The Young Men’s Choral Festival is a collaboration between the Providence Singers, the Rhode Island College盛世彩票登录 Concert Chorus, the RIC chapter of the American Choral Directors Association and Bishop Hendricken High School. This joyful celebration of “Real Men Sing” consists of young men from local high 盛世彩票s who rehearse all day with guest clinician Rob Rappa. The day culminates with this celebratory free concert.

            February

            Saturday, Feb. 22   
            Music: RIC Chamber Orchestra 
            John Sumerlin, director
            Isaiah Hopper, violin soloist
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            Admission free
            This program focuses on the Romantic period, with compositions by Felix Mendelssohn and Pablo de Sarasate.

            Friday, Feb. 28   
            Music: Rhode Island College盛世彩票登录 Wind Ensemble
            “Celebrating the Music of Gregory Fritze”
            Joseph Foley, music director     
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            General admission $10
            Non-RIC students and seniors $5
            RIC students, faculty and staff (with ID) free
            RIC alumni must call box office for free ticket
            A prolific and award-winning composer, Fritze recently won the 盛世彩票ss555 American Prize. He has written more than 40 compositions for orchestra, band, chamber music and soloists. He is also a conductor and educator, who recently left the position of chair of composition at the Berklee College盛世彩票登录 of Music after 14 years tenure. As a performer, he was principal tubist with the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and a former member of the Cambridge Symphonic Brass Ensemble and Colonial Tuba Quartet.

            March

            Tuesday, March 3
            Music: RIC Symphony Orchestra
            “Nourishing Young Talent”
            Alexey Shabalin, conductor
            Cecilia Rose McCormick, piano soloist
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            General admission $10
            RIC students, faculty and staff (with ID) free
            This concert features a student composition. In addition, Cecilia Rose McCormick, Bronze Medalist at the National Young Maestro Piano Competition, performs Shostakovitch’s Piano Concerto No. 2, a work written in 1957 as a gift for the composer’s then 19-year-old son, Maxim. Ravel’s “Mother Goose” orchestral suite is a perfect way to see the world through a child’s eyes.

            Friday, March 6
            Music: RIC Chorus, Chamber Singers and Women’s Chorus
            “RIC Spring Choral Concert”
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            Teresa Coffman, conductor
            Michelle Beaton, pianist and assistant conductor
            General admission free
            This performance features works by important composers throughout Western music history, as well as nontraditional and lesser-known composers and pieces, including Francis Poulenc’s Quatre motets pour un temps de penitence.

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            Monday, March 16 - THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
            Music: Judith Lynn Stillman and Friends from the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra
            “Playing with Fire: Music by Women Composers in Celebration of the Centennial of Women’s Right to Vote”
            12:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            Another performance will be held on Sunday, March 29, at 3 p.m. at the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School’s Carter Center.

            April

            Wednesday, April 15 
            Music: RIC Jazz Combos Concert
            Greg Abate, director
            7:30 p.m.
            Helen Forman Theatre

            Friday, April 17 
            Music: RIC Wind Ensemble
            “By Request”
            Joseph Foley, music director   
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            General admission $10
            Non-RIC students and seniors $5
            RIC students, faculty and staff (with ID) free
            RIC alumni must call box office for free ticket
            This program features repertoire selected by members of the ensemble and will also feature student soloists.

            Monday, April 20 
            Music: RIC Opera Workshop
            Rene de la Garza and Susan Rodgers, co-directors
            Philip Martorella, coach/pianist
            Kerry de la Garza, costumer
            7:30 p.m.
            Helen Forman Theatre
            Admission free
            The Opera Workshop will perform scenes from Fidelio, Lakmé, The Old Maid and the Thief, Così fan Tutte, Le nozze di Figaro, and Die Fledermaus.

            Tuesday, April 21
            Music: RIC Symphony Orchestra    
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            Alexey Shabalin, conductor
            Sergey Antonov, cello soloist
            General admission $10
            RIC students, faculty and staff (with ID) free
            RIC alumni must call box office for free ticket
            Sergey Antonov, winner of the Tchaikovsky international competition, presents Sergey Rachmaninoff’s most nostalgic composition, “Vocalise” and Max Bruch’s “Kol Nidrei,” a concert piece for cello and orchestra using sacred music from the center of Jewish tradition. The concert also includes Rachmaninoff’s symphonic poem “Island of the Dead,” which was inspired by Arnold Bocklin’s painting.

            Sunday, April 26
            Music: RIC Chamber Orchestra 
            John Sumerlin, director   
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            Program to be announced

            Monday, April 27
            Music: Jazz Rhythm Section Master Class with Carl Allen
            Carl Allen, featured clinician
            Joseph Foley, music director of RIC Concert Jazz Band
            3:30-5 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            Admission free and open to the public
            Carl Allen, a gifted drummer who has performed with a who’s who of jazz legends, will coach local students on the nuances of playing in a great rhythm section.

            Tuesday, April 28
            Music: RIC Concert Jazz Band
            “An Evening with Jazz Drummer Extraordinaire, Carl Allen”
            Joseph Foley, music director
            Carl Allen, drums
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            General admission $10
            Non-RIC students and seniors $5
            RIC students (limit 2 per ID) free
            With over 200 recordings to his credit, the gifted Milwaukee-born, New York-based drummer, sideman, bandleader, entrepreneur and educator Carl Allen has provided soulful and syncopated support to great bands for nearly three decades.

            May

            Friday, May 1
            Music: RIC Chorus, Chamber Singers, and Women’s Chorus
            “RIC Bon Voyage Concert”
            Teresa Coffman, conductor
            Michelle Beaton, pianist and assistant conductor
            7:30 p.m.
            Sapinsley Hall
            Admission free
            This concert celebrates graduating senior choristers. It is the final concert before choral members embark on their May 盛世彩票ss555 concert tour of France. Works performed are by important composers, lesser-known composers, nontraditional and throughout western music history. 

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