RI Philharmonic Music School’s Youth Orchestra Joins RI Philharmonic Orchestra for Annual Side-by-Side, Jan. 19

As part of Amica Rush Hour program on Friday (Jan. 19) at 6:30pm at The VETS, the RI Philharmonic Youth Symphony Orchestra (RIPYO) will perform for its annual Side-by-Side concert with the RI Philharmonic Orchestra Glinka’s opera Ruslan and Lyudmila. Guest conductor Ken-David Masur will conduct the concert that also will include Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony and Brahms’ Tragic Overture performed by the RI Philharmonic Orchestra.

Tchaikovsky’s Fourth
Amica Rush Hour
Friday, Jan. 19, 6:30pm
Ken-David Masur, conductor

BRAHMS Tragic Overture
GLINKA Ruslan and Lyudmila: Overture, RIPYO Side-by-Side performance

Tickets are $15-$62 (including all fees) and can be purchased online at tickets.riphil.org or from the RI Philharmonic Orchestra Box Office in East Providence; by phone 401.248.7000 (M-F 9 am-4:30 pm, closed Martin Luther King Day). On day of concerts, tickets are available at The VETS Box Office (Friday, 3:30pm–showtime). Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more.

RIPYO at Carnegie Hall

RIPYO at Carnegie Hall in 2017.

The Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Orchestras, for nearly 60 years, has provided quality orchestral rehearsal and performance experiences for talented young musicians from Rhode Island, nearby Massachusetts and Connecticut. RI Philharmonic Orchestra violinist Alexey Shabalin serves as Music Director and conducts the top-level Youth Symphony Orchestra. For more information, visit musicschool.riphil.org or contact Chelsea Anderson at 401.248.7038 or canderson@riphil.org.

The Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School encourages lifelong engagement with music through comprehensive music education and community partnership programs taught by Orchestra members and outstanding faculty. Quality, access, diversity and collaboration are the Music School’s core values. If you have any questions, call 401.248.7001 or email cartercenter@riphil.org.