Providence Fall Preview Listings 2009

Music, theater, art, festivals and more in the coming months
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  September 17, 2009

CLASSICAL MUSIC

SEPT 19 | DAPONTE STRING QUARTET WITH SOPRANO ROXANA TOURIGNY performing works by Schubert, Respighi, Comolli, and Mendelssohn | 8 pm | University of Rhode Island's Fine Arts Center Concert Hall, 105 Upper College Rd, Kingston | $15, $12 seniors, $5 students | 401.874.2627

SEPT 26 | RHODE ISLAND PHILHARMONIC with pianist Lilya Zilberstein performing works by Barber, Beethoven, and Brahms | 8 pm | Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 1 Avenue of the Arts, Providence | $44-$39 | 401.248.7000 | riphil.org

SEPT 27 | 1ST ANNUAL FALL FACULTY CONCERT | 2 pm | Roger Williams University's Performing Arts Center, 1 Old Ferry Rd, Bristol | Free | 401.254.3568

OCT 3 | RECORDER VIRTUOSO HELOISE DEGRUGILLIER with Audrey and Paul Cienniwa performing works by Telemann, Bach, and Handel | 7:30 pm | Trinity Church, 1 Queen Anne Sq, Newport | $25, $22.50 students + seniors, $10 ages 6-18 | 401.855.3096 | newportbaroque.org

OCT 3 | PIANIST THOMAS PANDOLFI performing works by Liszt, Scriabin, Chopin, and Gershwin | 7:30 pm | Goff Memorial Hall, 124 Bay State Rd, Rehoboth, MA | $14, $12 seniors, $5 children + students | 508.252.5718

OCT 8 | "DANCES AND IMPRESSIONS OF LATIN AMERICA AND BEYOND" featuring flutist Lisa Schroeder and guitarist Michael Anthony Nigro | 7 pm | Providence Public Library, 150 Empire St, Providence | Free | 401.455.8000 | provlib.org

OCT 9 | "CHAMBER MUSIC FOR DIVERSE ENSEMBLES" featuring Steve Jobe's setting of song texts by poet Robert Graves played on a sound-sculpture of exquisite glass bells and Chris Turner's 30-member community-based ensemble | Part of the FirstWorks Festival | Today + Oct 10 8 pm | Beneficent Church, 300 Weybosset St, Providence | $10 | 401.421.4278 | firstworksprov.org

OCT 17 | RHODE ISLAND PHILHARMONIC with violinist Soovin Kim performing works by Higdon, Bruch, and Shostakovich | 8 pm | Veterans Memorial Auditorium, 1 Avenue of the Arts, Providence | $44-$39 | 401.248.7000 | riphil.org

OCT 17 | BROWN UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA performing works by Mussorgsky, Shostakovich, and Prokofiev | Today 8:30 pm {$15] + Oct 18 1 pm [$10] | Brown University's Sayles Hall, on the Main Green, Waterman + George sts, Providence | 401.863.3234

OCT 17 | EASTERN CONNECTICUT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA performing works by Takemitsu, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky | 8 pm | Garde Arts Center, 325 State St, New London, CT | $52-$32 | 860.444.7373 | gardearts.org

OCT 18 | NEW BEDFORD SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA performing works by Poulnec and Faure | 3 pm | Zeiterion Theatre, 684 Purchase St, New Bedford, MA | $28 | 508.994.2900 | zeiterion.org

OCT 21 | BROWN UNIVERSITY WIND SYMPHONY | 8 pm | Brown University's Grant Recital Hall, Young Orchard Ave + Hope St, Providence | Free | 401.863.3234

OCT 23 | DON GIOVANNI performed by the Mozart Festival Orchestra | 7:30 pm | Garde Arts Center, 325 State St, New London, CT | $60-$40 | 860.444.7373 | gardearts.org

OCT 28 | JEFFREY SIEGEL'S KEYBOARD CONVERSATIONS featuring Chopin For Lovers | 7:30 pm | Sapinsley Hall in the Nazarian Center at Rhode Island College, 600 Mount Pleasant Ave, Providence | Call for ticket info | 401.456.8144 | ric.edu/pfa

NOV 7 | CELLIST AUDREY CIENNIWA performing the complete Bach cello suites | 3:30 + 7:30 pm | Trinity Church, 1 Queen Anne Sq, Newport | $25, $22.50 students + seniors, $10 ages 6-18 | 401.855.3096 | newportbaroque.org

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