Link Up Education Concerts

The Rhode Island Philharmonic has presented annual education concerts to area students since 1946. Beginning in the 2011-2012 school year, the Philharmonic has partnered with Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Institute to provide a music literacy curriculum and interactive concerts based on Carnegie Hall’s highly successful Link Up series. Designed for students in grades 3-5, Link Up works in a three-year cycle with different themes each year: The Orchestra Rocks (Rhythm), The Orchestra Sings (Melody) and The Orchestra Moves (movement).

Welcome back! Our 2021-2022 program, The Orchestra Moves, is completely free of cost to all participants and we are planning on presenting the concerts in-person! The dates for the 2022 performances are Tuesday, May 3, Wednesday, May 4, Monday, May 9, and Tuesday May 10 with concerts at 9:45AM and 11:30AM each day. 

Link Up is a music education program conceived to connect classroom with concert hall. It is designed for students in grades 3-5, but may also be appropriate for older or younger audiences, depending on musical interest. No prior music experience required. Every participating school receives a class set of student workbooks, a quality soprano recorder for every student, and all teachers receive content-specific professional development. Teachers implement the curriculum throughout the year and the program culminates in a celebratory interactive concert at The VETS each May.

To complete the teacher and student evaluation forms for 2020-21 The Orchestra Sings, please follow the links below

The Orchestra Sings Teacher Evaluation
The Orchestra Sings Student Evaluation


Email Community Partnerships Manager Amelia Prioli at: [email protected]
Carnegie Hall's Link Up Program:
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Videos from Concerts

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Watch below the feature on one of our The Orchestra Sings productions done by WPRI 12’s The Rhode Show.


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