Our Past Concerts

Winter 2018: Comfort and Joy

Pieces by JS Bach, GF Handel, Ralph Vaughn Williams, Samuel Scheidt, and others. Included the showcase of a piece by a local composer, Will Ayton (former chair of the music department at Roger Williams University). Our accompanist, Melissa Woolverton, was joined for this concert by a brass quartet.

Spring 2018: Something Broadway

Pieces from West Side Story, Oliver, Ragtime, and more.

This concert was done to benefit recovery efforts in Puerto Rico. Together we raised over $4,000 towards efforts to restore electricity on the island after hurricanes in 2017.

Read more about this concert in the Herald News.

"Comedy Tonight"
"America" (from West Side Story
"You Will Be Found" (from Dear Evan Hansen)

Winter 2017: Star Light, Star Bright

"In the Bleak Midwinter" (Harmon)
"The Shepherds' Farewell"

Spring 2017: Home is Where the Heart Is

"I'm Going Home"
"Won't You Please Come Home?"
theme from New York, New York

Winter 2016: An American Christmas (with orchestra)

Featuring a full orchestra helping us perform American Christmas Carols old and new.

Spring 2016: Sing Me to Heaven

Featuring Daniel Pinkham’s Wedding Cantata helping us perform music about love.

"Love Changes Everything"
"Solider, Will You Marry Me?"
"Armor de mi Alma"

Winter 2015: Sounding Joy!

Christmas music featuring a brass quartet (Scott Abrahamson, trumpet; Jim DeLillo, trombone; Susan Winterbottom, french horn; Tom Gregory, tuba) and Jason Boucher on the timpani drum.

Spring 2015: Joint Concert with the South Coast Community Chorus (featuring full orchestra)

Winter 2014: Our Favorite Things

Spring 2014: Water Music

This concert was done to benefit the Westport Watershed Alliance and the Nature Conservancy of Tiverton.

"Bridge Over Troubled Water"
"The Navy Hymn"

Winter 2013: Breath of Heaven

Featuring Schubert’s Mass in G and other holiday music with string orchestra.

Spring 2013: Animal Crackers

"Il Est Bel Et Bon"

Winter 2012: A Celtic Christmas

Featuring Cathy Clasper-Torch on fiddle and Phil Edmonds on Penny Whistle.