This week The Courthouse Center for the Arts production of Dracula, is the subject of the program, with Richard Ericson, Executive Director and Joseph Robinson, Fight Director. We talk about the upcoming play, and listen to some music selections that will be used to help create the mood. For more information call 401.782.1018 or go to www.courthousearts.org
September 30th, 2012
September 28th, 2012
In this weeks program we take a look at jazz saxophonist Joe Lovano and his album "Celebrating Sinatra."
September 23rd, 2012
This week The RI International Horror Film Festival is the subject of the program, with Steven Feinberg, Executive Director of RI Film and TV Office, and Reshad Kulenovic, Film Dept. Faculty member of URI, Providence Campus. We talk about the upcoming Festival, and listen to some selections from horror movie themes. For more information call 401.861.4445 or go to www.film-festival.org
September 21st, 2012
This weeks show features Vocalist/Pianist Diane Schuur from her recording "Music Is MyLife."
September 16th, 2012
The URI world premiere, of the 3 act opera “William Sprague and His Women”, is the subject of this week's program, with Geoffrey Gibbs, composer and Richard Vangermeersch, librettist. We talk about how this production came to be, it's history and it's music. We listen to some of the amazing music that was recorded last July. The opera will be performed Sunday September 30, at 4:00PM, at the University of Rhode Island Fine Arts Center. For more information call 401 783-8853.
September 14th, 2012
This weeks show features Trumpeter Marvin Stamm and Pianist Bill Mays from their 1999 duo recording "By Ourselves"
September 9th, 2012
Ocean State Theatre Company, is the subject of this week's program, with Amiee Turner, Producing Artistic Director, and President. We talk about the upcoming inaugural season at the new theater on Jefferson Blvd., Warwick. We also listen to some music from three of the new shows. For more information call (401) 782-TKTS, or go to www.oceanstatetheatre.org
September 7th, 2012
This week's Jazz After Dinner features guitarist John McLaughlin's "The Promise" recording.