GTCC Cancelling Spring Concert

Following the CDC and local Board of Health guidelines, GTCC has chosen to cancel its Spring Concert. We are eager to perform the Magnificat we have been rehearsing with an orchestra, and plan to do so at our next spring concert. This decision is out of an abundance of caution to protect our membership and our wonderful audience community.

Please stay in touch with GTCC through our Facebook page and our website. After this crisis passes, we look forward to creating ways to celelbrate our 40th season! No matter when we come together again, we will only have more reason to celebrate.

Beth Armstrong, Director

Beth Armstrong, Director of the Greater Tiverton Community Chorus

Beth Armstrong has taught at Roger Williams University, chaired the choral department at the Music School of the Rhode Island Philharmonic, and coordinated both the Junior Providence Singers and the JPS Treble Chorus.

Heather Niemi Savage, Collaborative Accompanist

Heather Savage, Interim Accompanist for the Greater Tiverton Community Chorus

We welcome Heather Savage as interim accompanist. We bid a fond farewell to Melissa who’s life journey takes her out of state. Heather Niemi Savage grew up in Rhode Island, graduating from South Kingstown High School and the University of Rhode Island. She has extensive experience as a collaborative pianist which includes accompanying vocal and instrumental soloists and choral groups, performing in chamber ensembles, and playing in musical theater pits.

"Comedy Tonight" (Something Broadway, Spring 2018)
"In the Bleak Midwinter" (Star Light, Star Bright, Winter 2017)
"Won't You Please Come Home?" (Home is Where the Heart Is, Spring 2017)
"Bridge Over Troubled Water" (Water Music, Spring 2014)

See more of our past concerts.

We are a group of choral enthusiasts from Tiverton, Little Compton, Westport, Fall River, Aquidneck Island, and beyond. We gather to sing, promote choral music throughout our communities, and engage in community service. Since our first concert in December of 1980 we have been led by five wonderful directors, involved countless members, and performed almost 150 concerts. We hope you’ll consider joining us, whether to listen or to sing along!

Sally Ann Ledbetter, Chorus President

"Singing is the breath of the soul."

-Sally Ann Ledbetter, Chorus President