(Left to right) John Mernick, Tim O’Keefe, Joe Frezza and Jamie Mernick perform on stage during the music festival. | Photo by James McIntosh. by Marissa Caponi and Kayla-Laguerre-Lewis University of Rhode Island students who attended the You Are I festival...
Whenever you see a musician perform it all looks so natural, but the reality is there’s so much more behind learning how to play. First off, you have to learn how to properly hold the instrument and if it’s a string instrument, how to hold the bow....
Too Many Zooz will be performing on April 18 in Providence. | Photo courtesy of Too Many Zooz. “Too Many Zooz,” a New York City based band, who in the past have performed with Beyoncé, will be performing at the Fête Music Hall...
(Left to right) Scott Borg, Adam Levin and Matthew Rhode perform as the group ‘The Great Necks Guitar Trio’ during the last night of the guitar festival. Photo by Anna Meassick. The University of Rhode Island, in collaboration with Pump House Music Works, hosted...
In recent years, acts like Khalid, Post Malone and Lil Wayne have all taken the Ryan Center stage, but this year belongs to A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie who is set to perform on April 25. The selection by Platinum Entertainment Group has...
Dr. Kirsten Volness brings electronic music into the classroom Dr. Kirsten Volness steps away from traditional music by incorporating modern and electric music into her classroom. |Photo by Grace DeSanti. Dr. Kirsten Volness, a music professor at the University of Rhode...
On Sat. April 13, Nick Schleyer, a junior at the University of Rhode Island, is hosting an hour long trumpet concert at the URI Botanical Gardens. Schleyer created a program for the event that showcases a plethora of pieces performed by trumpet players,...
By now, you have probably all heard of Lil Nas X and the song, “Old Town Road” and the remix featuring Billy Ray Cyrus. What you may not know, is that it has been the subject of a great deal of controversy over the past two weeks.
Later this month, the “You Are I” music festival is being launched by the University of Rhode Island to combat food insecurity and connect students across all three of the University’s campuses. The idea for the festival was...