Providence Singers invite the community to a free performance of Brahms Requiem
The Providence Singers will celebrate the return to live performance by offering a free performance of Brahms Requiem on Sunday, November 7 at 3:00 pm.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. —The Providence Singers will present a free performance of Johannes Brahms’ Eine deutsches Requiem on Sunday, November 7 at 3:00 pm at the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul. Christine Noel conducts this beloved choral masterwork with organ and timpani accompaniment. The Singers will be joined by baritone soloist Dana Whiteside and soprano Chelsea Basler. The Requiem will also be performed on Saturday, November 6 at 7:00 at St. Mary’s Parish Church in Bristol, RI. For reservation and ticket information, please visit www.ProvidenceSingers.org.
“Having been away from performance for 18 months, our singing will hold more meaning than ever,” says Dr. Noel. “I can think of no piece that better represents an acknowledgement of loss while looking toward a brighter future than the Brahms Requiem.”
Tickets for the November 6 concert and reservations for November 7 can be made through Eventbrite. More information is available at www.ProvidenceSingers.org.
Covid protocols: For the safety of our guests, musicians, and volunteers, masks are required and proof of vaccination must be presented. No exceptions.
Established in 1971, the Providence Singers is one of the leading choral performance organizations in southern New England. Led by Artistic Director Christine Noel, the 100-voice auditioned chorus presents an annual concert series and makes frequent guest appearances throughout the region, including annual concerts with the Rhode Island Philharmonic.
No comments on this item Please log in to comment by clicking here