February 5 - RRIME Spring Scholarship Concert removed from calendar.
January 12 - Kelsey Faira is new Membership Chair. Wayne is Guitar Chair.
January 12 - General Music page updated.
January 5 - Honorarium/Fee updated to reflect IHF conductor fees.
January 5 - IHF Concert moved from 1PM to 4PM on May 7.
December 29 - Dr. Richard Grunow PD n March 18th will take place at Johnston HS.
November 21 - February 1/March 1 Senior All-State Band (SAB) rehearsals will take place at the Moses Brown School.
October 17 - RRIME Scholarship concert on Sunday, 11/20 moved to Sage Hall at the Carter Center.
September 25 - Invitational Honors Festival have been updated. Most importantly, the Festival will now include an Honors (strings-only) Orchestra in addition to the IHB. No Zoom rehearsal; in-person rehearsal dates are May 5th and 6th with a concert on Sunday the 7th.
September 25 - Some of the language regarding Junior Band Festival has been updated. (New language is in bold.)
August 6 - Elementary Choral Festival moved to May 4/5. New chairs appointed for all three Choral Festivals. Students as young as grade 5 are now welcome at the Junior Choral Festival.
July 21 - Complete 2022/23 RIMEA Member Handbook published.
July 19 - Grunow PD moved from March 11th to March 18th.
July 16 - All-Member Winter Meeting moved to Monday, February 6th.
July 14 - Snow date added for All-State Jazz Concert at URI.
July 11 - RRIME Scholarship Concerts added to calendar in November and April.
July 11 - Senior Jazz Festival moved back to March 11.
July 3 - Board Retreat on July 11th will take place at the Carter Center.
July 3 - Fall All-Member Dinner/Meeting moved to October 17th at Chelo's POST ROAD.
July 3 - Senior Jazz Festival moved to March 18.
July 3 - Spring All-Member Dinner/Meeting moved to Chelo's POST ROAD.
July 3 - Junior Band Festival will take place March 29/30 at Lincoln HS.
June 22 - Jr/Sr Orchestra Festival moved from April 5th to April 4th.
June 16 - October 22nd PD session moved to September 24nd.
Funding provided in part by a grant from the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts, through the Rhode Island Culture, Humanities, and Arts Recovery Grant (RI CHARG) program. This program was made possible thanks to the National Endowment for the Arts, via funds from the federal American Rescue Plan Act.