May 6 & 8

Sing Gently

American Choral Music

The Greater Tiverton Community Chorus spring concert. Tickets $15. Avialable online, at the door, at Coastal Roasters (Tiverton) or at Partner's Village Store (Westport).

Our concert celebrates American music in all its glory - from the genius of Randall Thompson’s settings of Robert Frost poetry, to the fabulous Billy Joel. From jazz vocals on scat syllables to the sublime classical sounds of Eric Whitaker. From black spirituals to Broadway and even a tribute to the late, great Stephen Sondheim. What a great way to welcome spring - to sing gently!

  • May 6, 7:30pm: St. John the Baptist Church, 915 Main Rd, Westport, MA
  • May 8, 2:00pm: St. Theresa Catholic Church, 265 Stafford Rd, Tiverton, RI
Poster for the Greater Tiverton Community Chorus Spring 2022 Concert: Sing Gently

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 Pianist

Heather Savage, Interim Collaborative Pianist for the Greater Tiverton Community Chorus

We welcome Heather Savage as our collaboarative pianist. She has composed a piece in celebration of our 40th singing season. 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.

Sally Ann Ledbetter, Chorus President

"Singing is the breath of the soul."

-Sally Ann Ledbetter, Chorus President

Suzanne Rosevear, Chorus Member

“We all love to sing, but the chorus is about more than singing. It is a group of wonderful people, a way to give back to our community. It’s a family of like minded, kind hearted, talented people."

-Suzanne Rosevear, Chorus Member