Our unique independent living Senior Residence takes pride in fostering Community Appreciation of Music and the Arts
After a three-year pandemic-induced hiatus, we are so happy to announce the return of our popular Providence Place Chapel Concert Series. 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 BACK!
Providence Place’s Fall 2023 Concert Series features three well-known musical groups. All Concerts begin at 2 PM.
Our October 1 Concert features Freddie Marion with Dan Kane & Friends.
*Please note that this special Concert is sponsored by the Sisters of Providence Ministry Corporation (SPMC), and seating is limited.
Pre-registration is required. If you plan to attend, please call (413) 420-2549 to reserve your seat.
The November 5 Concert showcases local favorites, the Longmeadow High School Chorus & String Orchestra.
Directed by Kayla Werlin with Dr. Arthur Thovmasian, these talented young musicians are sure to please audiences of all ages.
Our December 17 Concert features The Choirs of Trinity United Methodist Church.
Directed by Michael Carney, concert-goers will enjoy the “Sounds of Advent and Christmas” performed by Trinity’s Chancel Choir, Handbell Choir, and more.
SAVE THE DATES!
Our Chapel Concerts are free and open the public. We encourage Our Residents, their Families and Friends to attend.