Our first free Chapel Concert for our 2019 Season, set for 2:30 p.m., Sunday, March 3, will feature a return performance of UMass College’s Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. These Sinfonians are members of Phi Mu Alpha’s Sigma Alpha Chapter and last performed here in the fall of 2017.
Phi Mu Alpha, founded over 120 years ago in 1898, has four important goals—developing the best and truest fraternal spirit among its members, promoting the mutual welfare and brotherhood of musical students, advancing music in America, and encouraging members’ loyalty to their Alma Maters.
The Sinfonians’ enthusiasm for sharing their singing with the world is obvious in their gracious outreach to the public. Besides their recitals and concerts, they are known to burst into song for people walking by them on the street—a unique way of using the power of music to brighten others’ days.
For our Providence Place audience their concert will feature music sure to delight including familiar “oldies,” traditional and patriotic songs. If the spirit moves them, they may further delight with a few fraternity songs!
We plan our free Chapel Concerts for the enjoyment of Providence Place residents, their families and friends, and the public. Please join us!
Chapel Concerts begin at 2:30 pm. Parking is free.
When you mark your calendar for this event be sure to record two more of our concerts:
For further information or to add your name to our concert mailing list, please contact Laurie Hoey, director of marketing at (413) 534-9700.
Directions to Providence Place.