RI Philharmonic Concert Schedule Update

Friends: In keeping with CDC and state mandates regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus, the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra is postponing the following upcoming events… • March 29: Judith Stillman and Friends • April 3 & 4: Beethoven & Ravel • May 1 & 2: Verdi Requiem  The RI Philharmonic regrets this interruption to our TACO Classical and Amica Rush Hour Series, and performances at The Carter Center, but the healthContinue reading “RI Philharmonic Concert Schedule Update”

“Bramwell Tovey proved why he is the right man for the job”–Providence Journal review

From the Providence Journal Tovey and the RI Philharmonic have spectacular night “Tovey looked totally at ease on the podium …was in complete command, making for one of the best Philharmonic outings in some time” New Rhode Island Philharmonic conductor Bramwell Tovey proved why he is the right man for the job, with an arrestingContinue reading ““Bramwell Tovey proved why he is the right man for the job”–Providence Journal review”

RI  Philharmonic Music School’s Youth Symphonic Wind Ensemble  joins the RI Wind Ensemble on stage, Nov. 15

    RI Philharmonic Music School Youth Wind Ensemble   Cranston’s David Neves and Scituate’s Robert Franzblau conduct at Scituate high school  RI PHIL SYMPHONIC WINDS BY TOWN Members of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School’s Youth Wind Ensembles (RIPYWE) Symphonic Winds join their counterparts in a side by side concert with the Rhode IslandContinue reading “RI  Philharmonic Music School’s Youth Symphonic Wind Ensemble  joins the RI Wind Ensemble on stage, Nov. 15”

Bramwell Tovey on Public’s Radio talking about the RI debut of his composition ‘Urban Runway’

Click here to hear Bramwell Tovey interviewed on the Public’s Radio Bramwell Tovey conducts, women of the Providence Singers for Holst’s The Planets and premieres one of his award-winning compositions, October 18-19 Grammy winning violinist James Ehnes makes his RI debut performing Barber’s Violin Concerto Women of the Providence Singers featured in Holst’s The Planets TheContinue reading “Bramwell Tovey on Public’s Radio talking about the RI debut of his composition ‘Urban Runway’”

Judith Lynn Stillman teams up with NASA’s first woman director Carolyn Huntoon, WaterFire’s Barnaby Evans and members of the RI Philharmonic Orchestra for Music Without Borders, Nov. 2

WaterFire’s Barnaby Evans and NASA’s Carolyn Huntoon of Barrington featured  in Stillman’s composition in honor of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, called SMALL STEP, GIANT LEAP: A Lunar Fantasy The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School hosts Music Without Borders: Judith Lynn Stillman and Friends from the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra. Pianist StillmanContinue reading “Judith Lynn Stillman teams up with NASA’s first woman director Carolyn Huntoon, WaterFire’s Barnaby Evans and members of the RI Philharmonic Orchestra for Music Without Borders, Nov. 2”

Matinee added to ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ in Concert’ with the RI Philharmonic Orchestra, Feb. 8

JUST ADDED: 2 p.m. showing of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ in Concert on Feb. 8 at the Providence Performing Arts Center, PPAC Audiences will experience the next chapter of the Harry Potter Film Concert Series with the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra performing John Williams’ music from the entire film live to pictureContinue reading “Matinee added to ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ in Concert’ with the RI Philharmonic Orchestra, Feb. 8”

RI Philharmonic Music School Youth Symphony Performs Beethoven and Mozart, Nov. 3

The Rhode Island Philharmonic Youth Orchestras (RIPYO) presents its first concert of the season on Sunday (Nov. 3), 1 p.m., at Roberts Hall, Rhode Island College. The Symphony Orchestra performs Beethoven’s Symphony No. 5, First Movement, Mozart’s Magic Flute Overture. The concert features the top-level Symphony Orchestra conducted by Music Director Alexey Shabalin, Repertory OrchestraContinue reading “RI Philharmonic Music School Youth Symphony Performs Beethoven and Mozart, Nov. 3”