This week, CMW prepares to host another Institute for Musicianship and Public Service. Musicians from around the country and Canada will be in Providence for five days exploring the ideas of musicianship, community engagement and service. Beginning on Wednesday, participants in this Institute include young musicians who are currently in, or have recently completed, degree programs in music and are envisioning careers that combine musicianship and service. Over the weekend, we will be joined by teaching artists and administrators of existing music programs from around the country who will share their ideas and programs. Among the organizations joining us include representatives from the Harmony Project (Los Angeles), the Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall (New York City), Boston Children's Chorus (Boston), MusiConnects (Boston) and Music Haven (New Haven).
While our regular monthly Fellowship Program Seminar will not take place on Friday because of the Institute, you are welcome to come hear participants share their ideas and questions and to hear presentations by visiting organizations.
Friday, June 3, 1:30-3:45 pm
1:30-2:15 Discussion featuring IMPS participants
2:30-3:45 Presentations by Harmony Project, Boston Children's Chorus, Weill Institute, and MusiConnects
Knight Memorial Library
275 Elmwood Avenue
RSVP to me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you'd like to attend.
-Minna Choi, Fellowship Program Director