Upcoming Performances
Michael DiMucci in concert at the Pier Restaurant’s Harbor view Room, 10 West Howard Wharf, on Sunday, Oct. 7, at 7:30 p.m. $35, includes complimentary appetizers. Proceeds benefit the Senator John O. Pastore Cultural Scholarship, which allows local students to visit Newport’s sister city Imperia, Italy. To purchase tickets in advance, call 683-4378
Notable Works will feature renowned tenor Michael DiMucci in concert on Friday, October 19, 2018 at 7 pm at St. Luke's Episcopal Church at 99 Pierce Street, East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Michael, who performs with Opera Providence, has a diverse repertoire, which includes Broadway/Musicals, popular songs and American songbook.  This fall event, sponsored by Aristocrat Dental Laboratory, Belmont Market, Captain’s Catch Seafood, Finn’s Harborside Restaurant, Mr. and Mrs. William Paolino, Pools Plus Inc., South County Sand & Gravel Co. and Dr. Rudy Tanzi, will also feature the Notable Works Ensemble with Tina Bernard, Maria Bilyeu, Dalita Getzoyan, Noreen Inglesi, Alison Shea and Mary Zema. This event will also celebrate the newly released publication by Notable Works entitled “Love Warms the Homeless Heart:” A Collection of Original Poetry and Current List of Shelters and Services in Rhode Island, which addresses the issue of substandard housing and homelessness.  There will be a 50/50 raffle drawing with consolation prizes and refreshments provided by Shaw’s Market of Cranston, the Stop and Shops of North Kingstown, Texas Roadhouse of East Greenwich and Whole Foods Market of Garden City. This event is open to the public and is handicapped accessible.  Admission is $20.00 per person and children under 12 are free.  For further information please call 401-588-2964, email: noreeninglesi@cox.net or visit ​www.notableworks.org.  Tickets are also available for sale at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in East Greenwich and Roberts Musical Instruments in West Warwick.  Notable Works Publication and Distribution Co., Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness for social and environmental issues through the arts.
​NOVEMBER 4, 2018  Blackstone Valley Historical Society, Lincoln, RI
Americana II: Songs from America’s History, from the 1920s -1940s
 Michael DiMucci, tenor and pianist presents a concert of songs and their stories from America’s past. This program features well-known melodies from the Roaring Twenties & Jazz Age to the 1930s during the Great Depression and the beginnings of Old Hollywood to the Big Bands and crooners of the 1940s as our country approached the era of World War II.