Tim Ray/WCS

Tim Ray/WCS

Tim Ray/Excursions and Adventures

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Publicity: Jazz Journal, The Patriot Ledger, Jazz Lands, Bill Copeland Music News, DownBeat, Herald Dispatch,The EnterpriseSea Coast OnlineThe Enterprise, Improvijazzation Nation, O’s Place Jazz NewsletterNight Journey Rewind, Fall River Herald, All About JazzJazzQuad (English translation from Russian)

Radio: New World N Jazz

JazzWeek peaked twice at #11 for total of 20 weeks on chart!

Pianist Tim Ray’s “Maria” (From “West Side Story”) featured on KCRW’S New Releases, Rediscoveries, Remembrances on Spotify. Thank you, Tom Schnabel.

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Mixed Media Client since: 2016

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Sunday April 25th
1 – 3pm
LIVE SHOW:  “Tish Adams Presents…” THE TIM RAY TRIO
@ THE MUSIC MANSION
88 Meeting St, Providence RI
$35 Donation – pays the band & supports the venue
LIMITED CAPACITY / RESERVATIONS STRONGLY SUGGESTED
Reservations cannot be made through the venue
Please email all reservation & information requests to:

 

#ICYMI: Tim Ray Trio performs at the Centre Street Sessions for VAHA New Bedford

This Centre Street Session features two sets by the Tim Ray Trio (5:30p and 7:15p, and streaming thereafter at AHA New Bedford’s Facebook page) with Dave Zinno on bass and Mark Walker on drums.

Until the pandemic shut live music down, Tim was touring as music director and pianist for Tony Bennett, and his recent CD with Terri Lyne Carrington and John Patitucci made the top 10 in the JazzWeek National Radio Chart.

Centre Street Sessions usually take place in the Summer months of June through September outside, in the parking lot of Fiber Optic Center, in the heart of the Historic District and within the Whaling Heritage Historical National Park. Sponsored by AHA, Fiber Optic Center and Whaling City Sound these concerts have showcased many performers and enabled people to enjoy world class music in a relaxed, informal and acoustically comfortable setting.

This performance was recorded earlier in July in the chapel of the renovated Steeple Playhouse new home of the 70+ year old Your Theatre and formerly the First Baptist Church. Renovation is being overseen and supported by the non-profit Waterfront Historic Area LeaguE (WHALE, www.waterfrontleague.org). Professional quality audio, as well as video, was done by John Farrell of Middlehouse Sound. For the last 8 years, Your Theatre has also produced the widely acclaimed New Bedford JazzFest, held on the waterfront near downtown, and surrounded by New Bedford’s record setting fishing fleet.

Watch: Set 1 / Set 2

 

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Radio: Jazz New EnglandNew World n Jazz MOST ADDED +13 JazzWeek 8/29/16

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Tim Ray Calendar

December 9thFriday
7:30pm
Tony Bennett and his Quartet in Concert
featuring Tony – voice, Tim – piano/MD, Gray Sargent – guitar, Marshall Wood – bass & Harold Jones – drums
Dodd Auditorium, University of Mary Washington
Fredricksburg, VA
for more info please visit 
www.tonybennett.com

December 10thSaturday
7pm
Tony Bennett and his Quartet in Concert
featuring Tony – voice, Tim – piano/MD, Gray Sargent – guitar, Marshall Wood – bass & Harold Jones – drums
Pfleger Concert Hall, Rowan University
Glassboro, NJ
for more info please visit 
www.tonybennett.com

December 12th – Monday
8pm
Tony Bennett and his Quartet in Concert
featuring Tony – voice, Tim – piano/MD, Gray Sargent – guitar, Marshall Wood – bass & Harold Jones – drums
Paramount Theater
Charlottesville, VA
for more info please visit 
www.tonybennett.com

January 12thThursday
7 – 10pm
The Tim Ray Trio
featuring John Lockwood – bass & Mark Walker – drums
Thelonious Monkfish
Cambridge, MA
for more info please visit 
www.theloniousmonkfish.com

I’m Beginning to See the Light (D. Ellington) 5:37
Monk’s Dream (T. Monk) 5:12
Toys (H. Hancock) 6:27
DE-Train (T. Ray) 3:50
Joy (T. Ray) 6:38
I’ve Been to Memphis (L. Lovett) 5:47
Dolphin Dance (H. Hancock) 3:23
Windows (C. Corea) 5:37
So Tender (K. Jarrett) 5:52
Star Eyes (G. de Paul / D. Raye) 6:51
Peace (H. Silver) 5:22
12 x 7 (J. Lockwood) 3:08

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Tim Ray – piano
John Lockwood – bass
Mark Walker – drums

Recorded 2014 in the WGBH Fraser Performance Studio, Boston, MA

Engineering, mixing and editing – Antonio Oliart Ros

Liner notes – Bob Blumenthal

Thanks to Neal Weiss, Dave, Ginny and everyone at Whaling City Sound for all your work to help make this recording possible. Thanks also to John, Mark, Antonio and Bob for their artistry and unparalleled skills. And a big thank you to Tyson for her help in making this project (and all my projects) a better and more rewarding experience.

Tim Ray is a Steinway artist and endorses Steinway Pianos
Mark Walker is a Yamaha, Paiste, Remo, Vic Firth and LP artist

For more information on this recording, or inquiries on booking this group, please visit AgitatedCatMusic.com

Anne Mulhall, LDI Promo/Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County/Al’s Moving Minds

Anne Mulhall, LDI Promo/Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County/Al’s Moving Minds

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Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County Commemorates 40 Years with Rubies and Rodeo Gala Celebration

(Wakefield, RI) October is designated as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month,” and DVRCSC is commemorating this Ruby anniversary with a dinner and auction on Friday, October 26, 2018.

The event, which will run from 6:30pm to 10:30pm, will be held at the Quidnessett Country Club in North Kingstown. This fun-filled night will feature music by the band SUGAR, a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres, food stations and sweet treats. Guests are encouraged to dress in festive, event themed attire.

Mary Roda, Executive Director of the DVRCSC, notes that she is “very proud of work the DVRCSC has accomplished over the past 40 years. The community has always generously supported the agency’s efforts to serve the complex needs of domestic violence victims. All of the agency’s services – court, residential, clinical – are provided free of charge regardless of the clients’ ability to pay. None of this would be possible without the commitment from our donors.” It is anticipated that this Gala event will generate over $100,000, all of which will be designated for agency programming.

In 1978, a group of young mothers met around a kitchen table to explore women’s issues in their community. With no paid staff and no equipment, these visionaries opened the Battered Women’s Project in the annex of the Hope Valley Baptist Church and incorporated as the Women’s Resource Center of Wood River. Today, in 2018, The Domestic Violence Resource Center of South County (DVRCSC) marks 40 years of providing a comprehensive range of services for victims of domestic violence and their children. DVRCSC is the only agency in Washington County that specifically addresses the needs of abuse victims. A majority of clients have incomes of less than $10,000/year. Last fiscal year, the DVRCSC provided over 7,100 services to nearly 1,100 clients. Over 3,700 bednights were provided in both the Safe Home and Permanent Supportive Housing Units.

Please contact Jessie Kenyon, Director of Development, for more information regarding individual ticket purchase as well as sponsorship opportunities. www.dvrcsc.org

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  • Mixed Media Client since: 2014

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Public Service Announcement
Interviews contact: Anne Mulhall 401.226.4677 office@ldiprom.com
Download images CLICK HERE for Electronic Press Kit
LDI Unlimited
Saturday January 20, 2018 1p
On Camera Acting Workshops
50 Park Lane
Providence RI 02907

ON CAMERA ACTING CLASSES

Winter Workshops 2018

Have you ever wanted to be in the movies? Whether it’s a passing interest or a career choice, this is the time to start!

Make your New Year Resolution today.

Introductory Industry Event on January 20 kicks off the workshops, covering the local film opportunities, how to get started, identifying a scam from the real deal and on- camera audition demonstrations.

Workshops for Adults, Teens and Children. Many scheduling opportunities for the beginner to the experienced actors.

Private coaching is also available by appointment.

LDI Casting has been casting film and tv projects throughout Rhode Island and New England for the past 15 years. Showtime’s BROTHERHOOD, Disney’s UNDERDOG, Wes Anderson’s MOONRISE KINGDOM, THE DISCOVERY starring Robert Redford and POLKA KING starring Jack Black to name a few.

Visit the website to register for the WINTER WORKSHOPS today!

For Private Coaching: email office@ldipro.com

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This organization is volunteer run.  No paid staff, no paid board.  We absolutely cannot do this without the caring, fun and funny volunteers.

If you are interested in being an “Al’s Pal” – let us know.

Training is FREE and the commitment is minimal and flexible.  Find out more – anne@alsmovingminds.org

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Upcoming Events

Art Camp:

May 7, 2016

Contact number:

401.226.2677

 

Board Members

Diane Rowles, Ameriprise

Doreen Putnam, CDP – DCPutnam Consulting

Ed Mastriano, Cox Media

Ginny Shea, Owner – Mixed Media Publicity & Promotion

Jeanine Callanan

Laura Rhue, Nurse Practitioner – Elmhurst Extended Care

Lisa Puglia

Scott Seaback, President – RI Temps, Inc.


Regional Leaders

Angela Ryding, Kent County – kentcounty@alsmovingminds.org

Brenda Chiviarini – Providence County – providencecounty@alsmovingminds.org

Amanda Blattner – Bristol County – bristolcounty@alsmovingminds.org

Kim Stamoulis – Newport County – newportcounty@alsmovingminds.org


Advisory Council

Judge Frank Caprio

Anthony Ambrosino

Virtual Board Members

A.J. Mulhall – California

Sarah Slattery – New York

Sam Pannier – Maine

Carlyne Fournier – Massachusetts


 

Community String Project

Community String Project

Community String Project

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For Immediate Release

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Interviews contact: Robert Arsenault 396-7395

or  Alan Bernstein at 401-500-1243 or alan@communitystringproject.org

COMMUNITY STRING PROJECT TO OFFER CLASSICAL GUITAR ENSEMBLES THIS FALL

Instruction in Classical Guitar will be added to the Community String Project classes for adult students this Fall. The new program, available to adults 18 and older, consists of a Beginning Classical Guitar Ensemble and an Advanced Ensemble. Students must have their own classical guitar.

The Classical Guitar Program will be taught by Virginia “Vicki” Boyle who has been teaching Classical Guitar at Mt. Hope High School for the past 20 years.  Ms. Boyle developed the Guitar Program at Mt. Hope – four years of high school guitar culminating in a classical guitar ensemble.  Her award-winning ensembles have performed throughout New England as well as New York, Washington, D.C. and Florida.

Ms. Boyle will be demonstrating the Classical Guitar at CSP’s upcoming String Instrument Playgrounds at 6pm on September 10th at the East Providence Library, 6pm on September 12th at the Portsmouth Library, and at 6:30pm on September 13th at the Barrington Library.

For more information on the new Classical Guitar Program, as well as youth and adult classes in Violin, Viola, Cello and Bass, visit communitystringproject.org  or contact Alan@communitystringproject.org.

CSP, now in it’s 10th year of bringing affordable and accessible string instrument lessons to the East Bay Community, is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization and a member of The Rhode Island State Council on the Arts.

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2017

For release during the week of September 4th

Contact: Robert Arsenault 396-7395

Have you ever been tempted to pluck a string or four on a Double Bass? Do you fancy yourself whipping out the violin at a family gathering and accompanying the chorus of Christmas carols? Does the sound of a viola in the quiet of a summer backyard or beach send shivers up your heartstrings? Is that irrepressible urge to play the elegant cello still alive in your soul? Come to the first annual “String Instrument Playground” presented by Community String Project and let the music begin!

The event will begin at 6:30 pm on Monday, September 11, 2017 in the Gallery Room at the Barrington Public Library.   Adult musicians (participants and instructors) from the Community String Project will give a brief performance/demonstration of their own beloved instrument- violin, viola, cello and bass, and explain their own journey to CSP. Some of these folks took the leap and began with no prior musical experience or note reading ability. Others have rekindled an old relationship with their instrument that began in grade school!   Following the demonstrations, the audience is invited to put their own “hands on” each instrument to truly get a feel for how it is unique in shape and sound.

Should your hands, heart and ears fall in love with an instrument that evening, CSP registration materials will be available. Anyone who signs up that evening will receive a one time 15% discount off the cost of a semester fee. The Community String Project offers beginner, intermediate and advanced instruction in a group setting, rents instruments at a nominal fee while supply lasts and offers comprehensive support in the procurement, care and use of stringed instruments.   Lessons and rehearsals in each of our four Adult Ensembles begin at the end of September and take place at the First Congregational Church (corner of Bradford and High Streets) in Bristol.

The Community String Project is beginning its 9th year, providing affordable and accessible string instrument lessons to children and adults. View our website at www.communitystringproject.org. For further information, contact Alan Bernstein at 401-500-1243 or alan@communitystringproject.org.

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Interested in learning to play a string instrument?  Did you play when you were younger and want to regain and improve your musical skills? The Community String Project provides affordable lessons to more than 135 youngsters and adults in Bristol, RI. This non-profit organization has provided after-school lessons and a Youth Orchestra Program for elementary and middle school students. With CSP, students get the opportunity to become involved in a supportive activity that have increased their self-esteem and engagement. Adults travel from as far away as Kingston and Pascoag to join with others to play music each week. CSP offers weekly beginner lessons and lessons for more experienced musicians.

Learn to play a string instrument in a supportive environment-registration is on September 10. A limited number of instruments are available to rent from CSP. Lessons take place at the First Congregational Church in Bristol, RI beginning the week of September 22nd.

For more information, contact Cheryl at 401-500-1243 or go to communitystringproject.org.

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