Event Schedule

Updated January 17, 2017:  Please note that AUDITION information has been moved to a separate page

 

Friday, January 20

  • Real Men Sing!  Young Men’s Choral Festival is a single, jam-packed day of music, camaraderie, pizza, and performance for choral young men in grades eight through twelve. Rollo Dilworth, choral clinician. For more information, please visit this page on the Providence Singers’ website. The event will be held in Sapinsley Hall, RI College. 1-8PM.
  • Young Men’s Choral Festival Concert. Sapinsley Hall, RI College. 7PM
  • Sine Nomine choral ensemble presents Johannes Brahms’ alternative edition of his beloved German Requiem with four hand accompaniment on one piano. This intimate and transparent version premiered in London in 1871. Soloists Philip Lima, baritone, and Jennifer Caraluzzi, soprano, with pianists Patrice Newman and I-Ying Lin. St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, 50 Orchard St., Providence. Admission $20. Senior and student discounts available at the door with ID. www.sinenominechoir.org 7:30PM

Saturday, January 21

  • First rehearsal of the Everybody Chorus,  a group for everybody who would like to sing with their family, neighbors, kids, adults…EVERYBODY!  Pemberton Apartment Community Room, 45 Pemberton Avenue in Jamestown. Rehearsals will be held Saturday mornings from 9:30AM until 10:30AM, every Saturday morning until a concert on March 18 at the Recreation Center. You do not need to know how to read music to join. We’ll be singing from song sheets and singing music from popular and folk styles. Children and their parents and their grand-parents are encouraged to join. The Everybody Chorus is sponsored by the Jamestown Community Chorus. Call  401-423-1574 for further information or visitt www.jamestownchorus.com.
  • Sine Nomine choral ensemble presents Johannes Brahms’ alternative edition of his beloved German Requiem with four hand accompaniment on one piano. This intimate and transparent version premiered in London in 1871. Soloists Philip Lima, baritone, and Jennifer Caraluzzi, soprano, with pianists Patrice Newman and I-Ying Lin. St. Martin’s Episcopal Church, 50 Orchard St., Providence. Admission $20. Senior and student discounts available at the door with ID. www.sinenominechoir.org 7:30PM

Sunday, February 12

  • Collegium Ancora presents A Little Night Music, featuring the sumptuous Serenade to Music of Vaughan Williams, as well as works of Brahms, Barber, Sondheim and more!  $10 suggested donation. Grace Church, 300 Westminster Street, Providence.  5PM

Sunday, February 19

  • Collegium Ancora presents A Little Night Music, featuring the sumptuous Serenade to Music of Vaughan Williams, as well as works of Brahms, Barber, Sondheim and more! $10 suggested donation. St. Columba’s Chapel, 55 Vaucluse Ave, Middletown, RI. 4PM

Saturday, March 11

  • Providence Singers will present Music for Chorus & Percussion, a concert with marimba, celesta, harp, fingersnaps, handclaps, bells, gong, and other percussion. The Singers will perform works by contemporary American composers Eric William Barnum, Dominick DiOrio, Dan Forrest, Eric Whitacre, and a new work by Michael Galib, the Singers assistant conductor. Leonard Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Charles Ives’ Psalm 90 complete the program. Dr. Christine Noel, conducting. Immaculate Conception Church in Cranston, RI. A reception follows the concert. 7:30PM.

Sunday, March 12

  • Providence Singers will present Music for Chorus & Percussion, a concert at St. Mary’s Church in Bristol, RI. 3PM

Saturday, March 18

  • The Everybody Chorus will perform a concert of popular and folk music at the Jamestown Recreation Center, 42 Conanicus Ave., Jamestown, RI. For more information, call 401-423-1574 or visit www.jamestownchorus.com.  7:30PM

Sunday, March 19

  • Dr. Edward Markward, director of the RI Civic Chorale & Orchestra, will present a lecture entitled “How a Composer Works.”  He will be joined by Roger Cichy, whose composition I Dream A World will  premier at the RICCO’s March 25 concert.  Redwood Library and Athenaeum, Newport, RI. Lectures are free and open to the public, though space is limited. Please call 401-847-0292 for reservations.  3PM
  • The Falmouth Chorale and The Zamir Chorale of Boston will present PsalmSensation. The program includes Handel’s Coronation Anthem No. 4, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, The Last Words of David, Boston composer Emmett Price’s Joyful Noise, and John Rutter’s The Lord Bless You and Keep You. Lawrence School, Falmouth, MA. 7PM

Saturday, March 25

  • The Rhode Island Civic Chorale & Orchestra presents Tomorrow’s Talent Today. Program includes Roger Cichy’s I Dream a World, Mozart’s Symphony No. 35 in D Major, and Haydn’s Mass in Time of War. The Cathedral of Saints Peter & Paul, Providence. 7:30

Sunday, March 26

  • The Grace Church Choir (300 Westminster St, Providence) will present a Choral Evensong for Lent. Music of Vierne, Blair, and Finzi. 5PM

Friday, April 7

  • St. Matthew Passion will be performed by the Brown University Chorus, Schola Cantorum of Boston, and the Trebles of All Saints, Ashmont and Grace Church with orchestra. Frederick Jodry, conducting. For tickets, visit www.museumconcerts.org or call 401-274-5073. 7:30PM

Sunday, April 23

  • Dr. Edward Markward, director of the RI Civic Chorale & Orchestra, will present a lecture entitled “Stravinsky/Diaghilev: The Political Climate and Three Ballets.” (Firebird, Petrouchka, The Rite of Spring)  Redwood Library and Athenaeum, Newport, RI. Lectures are free and open to the public, though space is limited. Please call 401-847-0292 for reservations. 3PM

Sunday, April 30

  • The Grace Church Choir and Choristers join with Collegium Ancora to present Vivaldi’s Gloria and Purcell’s Te Deum and Jubilate with chamber ensemble. $10 suggested donation. Grace Church, Providence. 5PM

Friday, May 4

  • The Greater Middletown Chorale (Middletown, CT) will perform Sarah Meneely-Kyder’s Letter from Italy, 1944, an oratorio commissioned by the GMChorale and premiered in 2013. This work explores the problem of PSTD through the story of one soldier in music, art, and theater. The performance will be fully staged with professional soloists, orchestra, visual projections, and theatrical lighting. The Hartford Chorale and Hartford Symphony Orchestra will join the GMChorale at the Bushnell in Hartford. Joseph D’Eugenio, conducting.  Visit www.gmchorale.org for more information. 7:30PM

Saturday, May 6

  • Jamestown Community Chorus will present “SONGS AMERICANS SING” at the Jamestown Recreation Center, 42 Conanicus Ave., Jamestown, RI. The program will include music by Aaron Copland, Irving Berlin, Leonard Cohen, Stephen Foster, and music from the African-American and Native American traditions.  3PM
  • The Falmouth Chorale will present I Hear America Singing, a concert of American music ranging from Woody Guthrie to Aaron Copland.  John Wesley United Methodist Church, Falmouth, MA.  4PM

Sunday, May 7

  • Jamestown Community Chorus will present “SONGS AMERICANS SING” at the Jamestown Recreation Center, 42 Conanicus Ave., Jamestown, RI. The program will include music by Aaron Copland, Irving Berlin, Leonard Cohen, Stephen Foster, and music from the African-American and Native American traditions. 3PM
  • The Falmouth Chorale will present I Hear America Singing, a concert of American music ranging from Woody Guthrie to Aaron Copland.  John Wesley United Methodist Church, Falmouth, MA.  4PM


Saturday, May 13

  • The Aurea Ensemble joins the Providence Singers to perform music of Scandinavia and Baltics. The concert features six works by Ola Gjeilo, including the world premiere of a work for chorus, piano and string quartet commissioned by the Providence Singers through its Wachner Fund for New Music. Dr. Christine Noel, conducting. Congregational Church, Providence. reception follows the concert. 7:30PM

Sunday, May 14

  • The Aurea Ensemble joins the Providence Singers to perform music of Scandinavia and Baltics. The concert features six works by Ola Gjeilo, including the world premiere of a work for chorus, piano and string quartet commissioned by the Providence Singers through its Wachner Fund for New Music. Dr. Christine Noel, conducting. St. Mary’s Church, Bristol, RI. . 3PM

Saturday, May 20

  • The Chorus of Kent County will present “All You Need Is Love”, to be held Saturday May 20, 2017 @ 7:30 and Sunday May 21, 2017 @ 2:30. This concert will feature contemporary hit songs by Billy Joel, Elton John, Foreigner, the Beatles and many others.

Sunday, May 21

  • The Chorus of Kent County will present “All You Need Is Love”, to be held Saturday May 20, 2017 @ 7:30 and Sunday May 21, 2017 @ 2:30. This concert will feature contemporary hit songs by Billy Joel, Elton John, Foreigner, the Beatles and many others.
  • Dr. Edward Markward, director of the RI Civic Chorale & Orchestra, will present a lecture entitled “J. Brahms, A German Requiem” as a preview of the RICCO concert on June 3.  Redwood Library and Athenaeum, Newport, RI.  Lectures are free and open to the public, though space is limited. Please call 401-847-0292 for reservations. 3PM
  • The Chorus of Westerly’s Symphonic Series. Johann Sebastian Bach – MASS IN B MINOR.
    Tickets on sale now: (401) 596-8663 or chorusofwesterly.org. George Kent Performance Hall, 119 High Street, Westerly, RI. 4PM

Tuesday, May 30

  • Providence Singers will host a Community Sing at the Carter Center (RI Philharmonic Music School) in East Providence from 7-9:30PM.  Doors open at 6:30PM.

Saturday, June 3

  • The Rhode Island Civic Chorale & Orchestra presents Glorious Brahms, a Requiem for the Living.  Johannes Brahms’ Variation on a Theme of Haydn and Ein Deutches Requiem. The Cathedral of Saints Peter & Paul, Providence. 7:30

Saturday, June 24

  • SUMMER POPS 2017. The Chorus of Westerly and The Pops Festival Orchestra. Free and open to the public in Wilcox Park, downtown Westerly, RI. 8PM