Core Memory Concerts is a performing arts project based in southern Rhode Island. We organize and host monthly concerts at a private residence near the village of Peace Dale. Performances take place in a spacious living room with comfortable seating and a Steinway grand piano. Accomplished young musicians from around the world come here to present great music in a relaxed, informal setting.
We present concerts each month except July and August.
|Saturday, September 12, 2020||Linda Ruan, piano|
|Saturday, September 26, 2020||Anna Leunis, violin ∙ Janice Lu, piano|
|Saturday, October 10, 2020||Julia Mirzoev, violin ∙ Coco Ma, piano|
|Saturday, October 24, 2020||Ivan Gusev, piano|
|Saturday, November 14, 2020||Jennifer Liu, violin ∙ Christopher Goodpasture, piano|
|Saturday, December 5, 2020||Stefan Chaplikov, piano|
|Saturday, January 9, 2021||Hilda Huang, piano|
|Saturday, February 13, 2021||Sam DiCaprio, cello ∙ Leon Bernsdorf, piano|
|Saturday, February 27, 2021||Robyn Bollinger, violin ∙ Dina Vainshtein, piano|
|Saturday, March 13, 2021||Jillian Honn, oboe ∙ Jonathan Mak, piano|
|Saturday, March 27, 2021||Marta Liébana and María Cano, piano|
Our concerts take place in a modern home near a mill pond in Peace Dale, Rhode Island. The venue is less than an hour by car from Providence, Newport, Westerly, and southeastern Connecticut. Public transportation options include Amtrak rail service from New York or Boston and RIPTA bus service from Providence.
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Attend a concert. To attend one of our concerts, visit the web page for that concert and make a reservation.
Perform for us. To learn about performance opportunities, visit our artists page.
Ludwig van Beethoven was born in December 1770, almost 250 years ago. Throughout this year, performing arts organizations everywhere are honoring Beethoven’s achievements and featuring his music. We’re observing this anniversary with an all-Beethoven concert on December 5.