Our unique independent living Senior Residence takes pride in fostering Community Appreciation of Music and the Arts

The Spring 2024 schedule of Chapel Concerts features innovative multi-instrumentalists Chris Devine and Michael Nix, the locally well-known Wilbraham Choral Society Men’s Glee Club, and Bella Voce — a trio of stellar musicians: Teri LaFleur, Lisa Woods, and Clifton “Jerry” Noble, Jr.

Our Mother of Sorrows Chapel at Providence Place is the heart of our home — and an artistic gem. It is an acoustically superb venue welcoming people of all faiths and spiritual traditions.





Our Chapel Concerts are free and open the public. We encourage Our Residents, their Families and Friends to attend. Tours available following these performances for interested parties.

Plan to attend one or all of Providence Place’s Spring 2024 Chapel Concerts. All performances begin at 2 PM.

March 10 Chapel Concert

Seasoned duo Michael Nix and Chris Devine are set to present “Bach and Banjo”. Bach’s music takes on new perspectives when filtered through their imaginative arrangements and instrumental combinations. Both musicians are superb! Devine: violin, viola, guitar and mandolin, and Nix: guitar, seven-string banjar, five-string banjo and mandolin, will delight all in attendance!

April 14 Chapel Concert

The Wilbraham Choral Society Men’s Glee Club have entertained appreciative audiences in the Pioneer Valley for more than three decades. Their 2024 program is widely varied, consisting of challenging contemporary works, chanty sea shantys, traditional folk songs, familiar pop tunes and patriotic works. The group is conducted by Ray Drury and accompanied by Marcia Jackson.

May 5 Chapel Concert

Bella Voce will present Broadway Classics to wrap up our spring series of Chapel Concerts. Soprano Teri LaFleur, Mezzo-Soprano Lisa Woods, and Composer/pianist Clifton “Jerry” Noble, Jr. return once again with this all new program. The combined talents of these acclaimed musicians keep audience returning again and again! LaFleur is a music educator and freelance musician. Woods has fashioned a career as a soloist in opera, oratorio and recital. Noble – the Staff accompanist for Smith College for many years before retiring – is also an avid traditional jazz pianist and a composer since age 5.