Kingston Chamber Music is celebrating Valentine's Day with two concerts: February 16 and 17 featuring Zach DePue (violin) and Sophie Shao (cello).
Both concerts are at the Pumphouse Music Works, 1464 Kingstown Rd, South Kingstown, RI.
Saturday, February 16: "Next Generation" concert at 7:30 PM -- Treat your Valentine to an evening of music. Come early and get comfortable with a drink from the bar and a plate of food from our complimentary spread.
Sunday, February 17: "Family" concert at 2:00 PM -- Bring the whole family for an afternoon concert with hot chocolate, cookies and other treats after the performance.
Tickets for both concerts are $15 and can be reserved sharing your contact information by calling 401-308-3614, or emailing boxoffice [at] kingstonchambermusic.org
Kingston Chamber Music is currently reconstructing our ticketing and donation pages. Your patience is appreciated while we transition to new vendors for processing payments. The transition is expected to be complete by January 20th.
Nathan Landes reviewed "A World Premiere" and came away impressed: "Zhu, the festival’s artistic director, has done a spectacular job organizing an event that any community would be proud to host. Congratulations to all for the first 30 years, and best wishes for 30 more.". Read the full review at "The Independent" website.
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