Core Memory Music is a performing arts venture based in southern Rhode Island, USA. We organize and host chamber music concerts in a modern home near a scenic mill pond. The performance space is a spacious living room with comfortable seating and a Steinway grand piano. Accomplished young musicians from around the world come here to present great music in a relaxed, informal setting.


Concert venue in July 2019
Concert venue in July 2019
Photo Credit: Seth Jacobson


The concert venue is less than an hour by car from Providence, Newport, Westerly, and southeastern Connecticut. Public transportation options include bus service from Providence and rail service from Boston–New Haven–New York.

Map and Directions


Upcoming Concerts

We present Saturday concerts from September to June. Performances begin at 3:00 pm.
Date Description
September 26, 2020 Anna Leunis, violin ∙ Janice Lu, piano
October 24, 2020 Ivan Gusev, piano
November 14, 2020 Jennifer Liu, violin ∙ Andrea Casarrubios, cello ∙ Christopher Goodpasture, piano
November 28, 2020 Stefan Chaplikov, piano
December 12, 2020 Robyn Bollinger, violin ∙ Dina Vainshtein, piano
January 9, 2021 Hilda Huang, piano
January 23, 2021 Bixby Kennedy, clarinet
February 13, 2021 Sam DiCaprio, cello ∙ Leon Bernsdorf, piano
March 13, 2021 Gregory Lewis, violin ∙ Stephen Perkyns, cello ∙ Carter Johnson, piano
March 27, 2021 Marta Liébana and María Cano, piano
April 10, 2021 Yoon Be Kim, violin
April 24, 2021 Jillian Honn, oboe ∙ Jonathan Mak, piano
May 8, 2021 Mayumi Kanagawa, violin ∙ Christopher Goodpasture, piano
May 22, 2021 Ida Pelliccioli, piano
June 5, 2021 Becca Kasdan, violin
June 19, 2021 Barbecue and concert


Join us!

  • Stay informed. For news and reminders about upcoming concerts, join our mailing list.

  • Attend a concert. Later this summer, we’ll announce how to reserve seats at our concerts.

  • Perform for us. Musicians, please click here to learn about performance opportunities.


We ❤️ Beethoven!

Ludwig van Beethoven was born in December 1770, almost 250 years ago. Throughout this year, performing arts organizations worldwide are honoring Beethoven’s achievements and featuring his music. We’re observing this anniversary with an all-Beethoven concert on November 28.