Of Love and Soul | Knight Chapel

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Music for and by Fathers and Sons Frank Wallace’s concert “Of Love & Soul” indeed provides an “intimate connection” to the composer’s personal life with songs on poems by: his grandfather, about childhood and the wisdom of

Of Love and Soul | Amoskeag Studio

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Of Love and Soul | Amoskeag Studio

Music for and by Fathers and Sons Frank Wallace’s concert “Of Love & Soul” indeed provides an “intimate connection” to the composer’s personal life with songs on poems by: his grandfather, about childhood and the wisdom of

Father’s Day Concert: Of Love and Soul | Hatbox Theater

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Father’s Day Concert: Of Love and Soul | Hatbox Theater

Music for and by Fathers and Sons | Frank Wallace’s concert “Of Love & Soul” indeed provides an “intimate connection” to the composer’s personal life with songs on poems by: his grandfather, about childhood and the wisdom

Of Love and Soul | Stone Church Arts

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Of Love and Soul | Stone Church Arts

Of Love & Soul Music for and by Fathers and Sons Frank Wallace’s concert “Of Love & Soul” indeed provides an “intimate connection” to the composer’s personal life with songs on poems by: his grandfather, about childhood

Father’s Day Gift (part 2)

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Father’s Day Gift (part 2)

I will be performing my new concert program Of Love & Soul twice this weekend in Manchester and Keen NH. Details here. Here are more notes on the repertoire included. In my previous blog I discussed the

Upcoming Event: As It Could Be, a Chamber Suite

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On Saturday March 19th 7:30pm, the Boston Classical Guitar Society will present an evening concert featuring my 2014 composition As It Could Be, a chamber suite for violin, viola, flute and seven guitars. As part of the

A Conversation with Richard Provost

Posted by on Feb 22, 2016 in concert, interview | No Comments

The following interview was conducted by Heather Lawless in 2014, in advance of the premiere performance of Frank Wallace’s chamber suite As It Could Be. The work was commissioned by the Hartt School of Music’s Guitar Department