The Concert Chorale is a non-audition large mixed ensemble open to all students interested in singing at Providence College. this group reflects the diverse interests and talents represented here on campus. The repertoire for this ensemble provides an excellent opportunity to study and perform the widest possible range of a capella and accompanied choral music. In addition, each year the choir will combine with other PC Choirs to perform a major work. Past works have included: Haydn's Lord Nelson Mass, Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, and Orff's Carmina Burana.
Rehearsals: Monday and Wednesday: 5:00pm to 6:15pm
I Cantori is the premier choral ensemble of Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island.The singers in I Cantori are full-time, undergraduate music and non-music major students committed to innovative and quality performances and community outreach through choral music. Repertoire of the choir includes both a capella and accompanied music from Western and Non-Western vocal traditions. I Cantori tours annually throughout the United States or abroad. Past international tours have included Austria, Prague, France, England, Russia and Italy.
If you're interested in auditioning for MSC 447 I Cantori there are two phases to the audition process.
Dr. T. J. Harper, Director of Choral Activites Smith Center for the Arts G05 401.865.2209Email:
Performance Tour to Vienna, Salzburg & Prague - Spring 2015
Performance at 2014 NAfME National In-Service Conference, Nashville, TN
Performance Tour to Spain - Spring 2013
Performance at 2013 New England Collegiate Conference, Keene State University
Performance at 2012 ACDA Eastern Division Conference in Providence, RI
Performance at 2011 NAfME Eastern Division Conference in Baltimore, MD
Performance Tour to Italy - Spring 2011
Performance at 2010 RIMEA State In-Service Conference, Providence, RI
Annual Performance Tours to NYC
Opera Workshop will introduce students to the complete process of preparation for the performance of musical drama. Through work on scenes from serious and light operas, students will gain experience in musical preparation, development of dramatic characterization, stage movement and blocking, ensemble, and performance. Scenes will be presented in a final public performance at the end of the term.
Rehearsals: Fall Semester Tuesday 4:30pm - 7:00 pm Performance: Friday, December 8 ~ 7pm
David Harper, Coordinator, Vocal Studies/Voice/Opera WorkshopSmith Center for the Arts G11 401.865.1812