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"Women Trailblazers in Music: Noteworthy Composers" features extraordinary music by, and fascinating stories about, women composers, spanning 12 centuries. The event also includes a live concert with Judith Lynn Stillman and Friends.
This new fellowship is designed to establish mentoring relationships between aspiring and established theatre professionals.
As head of Production Engineering for the Met, Cam Whitehorne ’02 combines technical expertise with innovation, artistry and creativity to bring productions to life.
“One of the greatest things Professor Bill Wilson taught me was to command the stage when you’re on it, says Matt Furtado ’05.
Though COVID ended Kevin Patrick Martin’s national tour of the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys,” the actor didn’t give up. He returned to Rhode Island and created a business for himself. Martin is seated far left.
At RIC, a pandemic doesn’t stop innovation and creativity.
"We are a small institution and yet we have a disproportionate amount of internationally famous performing artists who graduate from here. I cannot tell you how proud I am of the hard work and talent of our students." — Conductor Teresa Coffman
Enrico Vittorio Pinardi, known to his friends, family and students as “Henry,” is a nationally acclaimed artist and professor of art who taught at RIC from 1967 to 1995.
In the span of his career, Bill Wilson has directed and choreographed over 100 landmark musicals and will undoubtedly go on to produce even more big hits – both shows and KCACTF winners.
Crossing between different styles and mediums, the work of four RIC art majors was recognized by both national and international galleries during the 2016-2017 academic year.