Spring Strings

The Community String Project (CSP) presents its Student Concert on Tuesday, June 5th at 7pm in the auditorium at Mt. Hope High School on Chestnut Street in Bristol.  The concert is free and open to the public – this is a great opportunity to learn more about this wonderful local music group!

And next Saturday, June 16th at 6pm the CSP cordially invites you to attend their Gala benefit concert featuring cellist Michael Reynolds:

Reserve your tickets at Paper, Packaging & Panache on Hope Street in Bristol, or at DISH on Water Street in Warren, or visit the CSP website to download an RSVP form.  Reservations are requested by June 8th for this special concert event!

2 thoughts on “Spring Strings”

  1. Thanks Kristen…the concert last night was awe inspiring! The confidence and strength that our CSP students have gained in three short years is remarkable. It was hard to find the beginners…they must be getting better experience collaborating with peers who have been at this for a longer time period.
    The adults offered us soul food for a weary Tuesday night…such beautiful selections very carefully crafted. Hmmmm…
    I do hope many of your readers will come to the Michael Reynolds event. It is rare to have such talent in our humble midst…and one so generous as he has been to CSP.
    We are excited and looking forward to a wonderful evening. Thanks for your support!

    1. Agreed, Denise – the CSP has made a significant contribution to our community, affecting so many in such a positive way! I am so grateful to Bethany and Bob and everyone for bringing the CSP to life here in Bristol-Warren. I have many friends with 2nd-graders, and their children keep asking them, “Am I old enough yet to sign up???” They are so excited to soon be a part of this group. The concert on the 16th is going to be wonderful – such a fine musician, beautiful music, and an intimate setting!

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