Artistic integrity is off the charts!”

– National Endowment for the Arts

COVID-19 Update

FIRSTWORKS COVID-19 UPDATE

The staff and board of FirstWorks are working diligently with our venue and program partners to monitor COVID-19 developments and provide ongoing programming with the safety of our community as our top priority.

AUREA OF NATURE COMPOSED GUIDE

AUREA
Of Nature Composed

This performance ensemble with a superb string quartet at its core calls us to listen closely to some of America’s most eloquent composers, poets and writers, pointing us to a deeper understanding of our natural world. Teaching topics: Earth Science/Climate change, American Literature/Transcendentalism

Aurea Ensemble

AUREA ENSEMBLE
Of Nature Composed

This superb string quartet and performance ensemble explores the intersection of nature, science, the arts and humanities through America’s most eloquent voices on our natural world.

BOX OFFICE: Aurea Ensemble

AUREA ENSEMBLE
Of Nature Composed

This superb string quartet and performance ensemble explores the intersection of nature, science, the arts and humanities through America’s most eloquent voices on our natural world.
TICKETS: $30 advance / $35 at door
Educator and student discounts available

Angélique Kidjo Student Event

MUSIC AND CONVERSATION WITH ANGÉLIQUE KIDJO
Arts Learning Student Event

Tickets are free for RI public schools – space is limited and reservations are required. Contact Kathleen McAreavey to reserve: 401-868-1149

BOX OFFICE: Angélique Kidjo Remain in Light

ANGÉLIQUE KIDJO
Remain in Light
GET TICKETS

Global pop superstar Angélique Kidjo brings her brilliant reimagining of the Talking Heads’ great opus, Remain In Light to the FirstWorks stage!
Tickets: $39-69 (incl. $4 restoration fee)

Angélique Kidjo Remain in Light

ANGÉLIQUE KIDJO
Remain in Light

Global pop superstar Angélique Kidjo brings her brilliant reimagining of the Talking Heads’ great opus, Remain In Light to the FirstWorks stage!
Tickets on sale November 19

BOX OFFICE: Dialogue Dinner

DIALOGUE DINNER
with Daniel Bernard Roumain & Matthew Shenoda

A community dinner and conversation with renowned violinist/composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) and Matthew Shenoda, Associate Provost for Social Equity and Inclusion at RISD, in dialogue on the role of the artist as social activist.
FREE – RESERVATION REQUIRED