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Friday, April 12, 2024

Shape Note Singing Workshop


Looking to join a welcoming community that shares your love of music? Join ours! You are invited to a free workshop about Shape Note Singing at on Saturday, April 13 from 3-5 pm in downtown Providence at AS220. This inclusive workshop celebrates the collective voice in four-part harmony. No experience needed, just a love of music and a […]

Josephine Foster w/ Omnivore


Josephine Foster is a Colorado composer and performer whose “music plays games with our ideas of time and space” says The Guardian. The Nashville Scene describes her work a”fusion of art song and American folk music” and the former opera student is “known to breathe new life into archaic forms, embodying the cultural archaeology of Harry Smith’s old weird America, and has lent her characteristic mezzo-soprano and interpretive wit to over two decades of recordings” writes Blank Forms.

You might call Ms. Foster’s eerie warbling old-fashioned, except that it evokes a scrambled past that exists only in her own vision: mountain songs that never were, spaced-out hybrids that never will be. – The New York Times