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We are now in our 19th Chapel Concert Season here at Providence Place—nineteen years of providing free Concerts with a well-earned reputation for delighting our residents, their families, friends, and the public. Our opening event on Sunday, March 8, featured a return performance by Sarah the Fiddler
Sarah the Fiddler performing at Providence Place on March 8, 2020
Sarah’s musical journey began at age four when she started taking violin lessons. By age six, she was introduced to fiddle music and began competing in fiddle contests all over New England. Her passion for old-time music was instilled in her as she learned and played alongside some of the best in the field. Combining her influences of Old-Time, Irish, World and Classical music, Sarah took our Providence Place audience on a delightful musical journey from old-fashioned sing-alongs, to lively polkas and rousing reels. The event was a resounding success!
In light of current concerns regarding the Coronavirus/COVID-19, Providence Place has had to make some difficult decisions. The health of our residents, staff, and visitors is our top priority as we all navigate, together, the evolving situation. At this point, Providence Place is following the recommendations offered by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control as well as state and local governments to protect our community and to limit the spread of the virus.
In recognition that large gatherings might facilitate the spread or risk of exposure to COVID-19, our next Chapel Concert, featuring the Mount Holyoke Glee Club and Chamber Singers, originally scheduled to take place on April 19, has been cancelled.
This situation is rapidly changing. Please check back soon for updates regarding our future Chapel Concerts.
To request more information on our unique, active retirement community, or to add your name to our Chapel Concert mailing list, please contact: Laurie Hoey, director of marketing at (413) 534-9700.