3 local musicians receive $90K total from R.I. Foundation for various initiatives

THREE LOCAL MUSICIANS received $90,000 in total grants from the Rhode Island Foundation to help expand their work and support their creative processes. Pictured from left are Kristina Warren, Anthony “AM.” Andrade Jr. and Enongo Ahou Lumumba-Kasongo. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
THREE LOCAL MUSICIANS received $90,000 in total grants from the Rhode Island Foundation to help expand their work and support their creative processes. Pictured from left are Kristina Warren, Anthony “AM.” Andrade Jr. and Enongo Ahou Lumumba-Kasongo. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION

PROVIDENCE – Three local music composers will receive a total of $90,000 from the Rhode Island Foundation what the nonprofit considers to be among the largest no-strings-attached grants available in the U.S. that are available to musicians. The foundation announced Wednesday that Anthony “AM.” Andrade Jr., Enongo Ahou Lumumba-Kasongo and Kristina Warren, all from Rhode

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