The Rhode Island Historical Society will kick off the 25th season of its beloved Concerts Under the Elms series on Thursday, June 30th at 6:30 p.m. The six-week series, hosted on the lawn of the John Brown House Museum, will feature a lineup of returning favorites and first-time performers selected by RIHS stakeholders in celebration of the organization’s bicentennial. Each evening will also feature a specially selected food truck.
July 7 will feature the Leland Baker Trio, as selected by the RIHS Board of Trustees! Leland Baker is a jazz saxophonist, as well as a music educator, teaching privately, and leading his own project/ lecture series, Bridging Gaps. He lived and spent time honing his craft in New Orleans and New York City.
Concerts are free for RIHS members and $10 for nonmembers. Membership packages start at $40. Guests are welcome to bring chairs and coolers.
Concerts Under the Elms are made possible by AAA Northeast, along with Brown University and Esten & Richard Insurance, as well as The Washington Trust Company.
Concerts Under the Elms are a part of the Rhode Island Historical Society’s Bicentennial Celebrations, sponsored by Amica Insurance.