Interview with Ashley Frith, Providence, Rhode Island

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Ashley Frith
Ashley Frith (Providence, Rhode Island) 

Ashley Frith is a musician, composer, and educator based in Providence, Rhode Island. Ashley studied viola with Lila Brown at The Boston Conservatory. She was the music director, composer, and lyricist for the Trinity Repertory Company’s 2018-19 season production of Jose Rivera’s Marisol, directed by Brian Mertes. She has composed music for a production on allyship with Off the Page Education in NYC. Ashley has held resident musician and teaching artist positions with Newport String Project, Revolution of Hope, the Greater Miami Youth Symphony, and Community Music Works in Providence, Rhode Island. At Community Music Works, she serves as Director of Racial Equity and Belonging, where she performs, teaches, and develops anti-racism curricula. Ashley also explores the use of sound as a healing modality, in combination with mindfulness practices, and the effect these tools can have on mental health. 

Interviewed by Tamar Sella, 11/02/2020.
Tamar Sella
Music; United States; Covid-19 Pandemic
Providence, Rhode Island
Musicians in America during the Covid-19 Pandemic
Society for Ethnomusicology

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