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Storefront strings play well in Providence

The Providence String Quartet will premiere ''Earned,'' a piece for double string quartet and narrator by composer Anthony Green (below), in Providence tonight and Boston tomorrow. The Providence String Quartet will premiere ''Earned,'' a piece for double string quartet and narrator by composer Anthony Green (below), in Providence tonight and Boston tomorrow. (Photos By Claire Napoleon for The Boston Globe)
By David Weininger
Globe Correspondent / May 15, 2009

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For a dozen years, Community MusicWorks has been carrying out a small revolution in Providence. Each year the organization and its house ensemble, the Providence String Quartet, offer free musical instruction to more than 100 students, as well as concerts in the city's churches, gyms, and community centers. (Full article: 795 words)

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