Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra
69th Season Finale Featuring Pianist Alon Goldstein
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra and music director Larry Rachleff celebrate the finale of the Philharmonic’s 69th season. Pianist Alon Goldstein makes a return Philharmonic engagement with a performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 1. The orchestra will also perform Strauss’ Don Juan, and Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloe Suites, with The Providence Singers, Christine Noel, artistic director.
Larry Rachleff, conductor
Alon Goldstein, piano
The Providence Singers
STRAUSS Don Juan
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 1
RAVEL Daphnis et Chloé: Suites 1 & 2
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About: The Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra & Music School is committed to engaging people of Southern New England as lifelong music listeners, teachers, learners, creators and performers. We are the only professional orchestra in the country to officially designate music education and performance as equal priorities. In addition to the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra’s Classical, Pops, Education concerts and in-school performances, the Philharmonic Music School offers music education programs and performance opportunities to people of all ages, incomes and ability levels. We are currently the only comprehensive, non-profit community music school in Rhode Island and engage approximately 1,500 students statewide on a weekly basis with an additional 13,000 students through periodic partnerships, residencies, education concerts and in-school performances.
In December 2006, the Philharmonic moved into its permanent home on Waterman Avenue in East Providence. This facility, also housing the administrative offices, is now the Carter Center for Music Education & Performance which opened in the fall of 2008, the only facility of its kind in Rhode Island. This Center has dramatically increased our ability to provide high quality, comprehensive and accessible music education to thousands of students through our scholarship and community partnership arrangements. This fall we added a state-of-the art 18-station electronic keyboard lab which opens up new exciting opportunities for our students. Our students come from virtually every community in the state, nearby Massachusetts and Connecticut.