“The orchestra was joined by the Providence Singers for the last movement, the so-called ‘Ode to Joy,’ which was one of the more moving moments in the Philharmonic’s season. The Singers sounded terrific.”



 






Men and Women

Ladies and Gentlemen

American Music for Choruses of Men and Women

The Providence Singers   |  Andrew Clark  Artistic Director

Christine Noel and Nathan Zullinger  Conductors
Patrice Newman and K. Michelle Beaton  Piano

Randall Thompson
(1899 – 1984)

The Last Words of David
Men’s Chorus


Vincent Persichetti
(1915 – 1987)

Song of Peace
Men’s Chorus


David Conte
(b. 1955)

Invocation and Dance
Men’s Chorus


William Dawson
(1899 – 1990)

In His Care-O
Men’s Chorus


John Fletcher
Robert Shaw/Alice Parker (arr.)

Seeing Nellie Home  (1856)
Men’s Chorus


Eric Barnum
(b. 1979)

A Red, Red Rose
Men’s Chorus


Stephen Sondheim
(b.1930)
Robert Page (arr.)

Not While I’m Around  (from Sweeney Todd)
Men’s Chorus


Stephen Sondheim
Robert Page (arr.)

Being Alive  (from Company)
The Providence Singers


I N T E R M I S S I O N


Eric Whitacre
(b. 1970)

Leonardo Dreams of His Flying Machine
The Providence Singers


Stephen Paulus
(b. 1949)

Sing Creations Music On
Women’s Chorus


Gwyneth Walker
(b. 1947)

How Can I Keep from Singing?
Women’s Chorus


Gwyneth Walker

Crossing the Bar
Women’s Chorus


Aaron Copland
(1900 – 1990)

An Immorality
Women’s Chorus


Leonard Bernstein
(1918 – 1990)
Robert Page (arr.)

Make Our Garden Grow  (from Candide)
The Providence Singers