Please join us for our first Fellowship Program seminar of the 13th season!
RSVP to Minna (mchoi [at] communitymusicworks.org) if you would like to come
Friday, October 2, 2009
Don Tarallo, CMW's graphic design consultant since 2003, asked two students in his summer class at Bridgewater State College to create a brief promotional video for Community MusicWorks. Here's their most recent draft, posted on Don's website.
Community MusicWorks warmly welcomes violinists Carole Bestvater and Aaron McFarlane to Providence to participate in our two-year Fellowship Program for professional musicians.
Carole recently graduated from Brandon University (Manitoba, Canada) with a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance.
How did Carole learn about CMW?
Learn more about Carole here.
Last year, Aaron was the Director of the Strings Department at the
What drew Aaron to CMW? "Mostly what drew me to CMW was the sense of community. I came and visited before auditioning because I wasnʼt entirely sure I understood what was happening with the organization. Meeting with members of the Quartet, seeing the office, absorbing Lizʼs enthusiasm, having Sebastian sit and talk with me for literally hours–that visit was pivotal. When I left the office I had no question that CMW was where I wanted to be in September.
Read more about Aaron here.
The CMW Pavement Raiders are back.
A group of CMW staff
1. Register** here: http://www.roadraceentry.com/CVS/signup.php
2. Contact Rachel (rachel at communitymusicworks dot org)
A huge thanks and shout out to Arlyn for getting
Can't join in the race this time? Come cheer us on in person. Or cheer us on in spirit by helping to keep us running all year long as an organization! Donate here.
-Rachel Panitch, CMW staff
**To participate, you must register online by September 15.
On Saturday, September 19 and Sunday, September 20, Ben Nacar, pianist and Brown University student, is offering free performances of J. S. Bach's Goldberg Variations (all thirty of them!) in the Main Gallery of the RISD Museum. The performances begin at 2 pm on both days, and you need only to inform the Museum staff that you are there to attend the concert to have your Museum admission waived.