2017 HOLIDAY CONCERTS
St. Ann Arts & Cultural Center
84 Cumberland St., Woonsocket, RI
The dazzling Renaissance-style St. Ann Arts &
Cultural Center is home to North America's
largest collection of frescos, and may be
"as close as any visitor to Woonsocket can get
to heaven on earth".
In 2011, Yankee Magazine called St. Ann's
"The Sistine Chapel of America", voted it
"The Best of New England", and said
"The walls, vaults and ceilings of this church
are covered in frescos beautiful enough to
convert an atheist."
Join the Orchestra, Chorus, and local
guest artists at the historic and dazzling
St. Ann Arts & Cultural Center for
a night of your holiday favorites.
Saturday, December 9th, 7:00 PM
Children 12 and under free (at door only)
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EDUCATE, ENTERTAIN, INSPIRE
Welcome to the home of one of Rhode Island's
The Orchestra is committed to educate, entertain,
and inspire through music, and delivers orchestral
and educational programming throughout the
communities of Greater Rhode Island.
The Orchestra’s summer concert season begins in
July and ends at Labor Day, and our repertoire
includes a broad variety of light classical pieces, as
well as movie and show music, marches, and other
Performance locations are varied, and have
included city, town, and corporate-sponsored
events, churches, private concerts, regional and
national conventions, retirement facilities,
fireworks displays, and other venues.
Smaller instrumental ensembles are also available
for special events.
We are looking for talented adult musicians for the
2018 season. Please contact Music Director
Stephen Toro at (508) 254-6330 or
[email protected] for additional information.
The Ocean State Summer Pops Orchestra
PO Box 41357
Providence, RI 02940
Stephen Toro, Music Director
Peter T. Doiron, Executive Director
René Fontaine, President
Our mission is to educate, entertain, and inspire
through music. We are committed to presenting
the highest quality performances of great music
and educational programming in order to enhance
the cultural vitality and quality of life of our
community, and to further the public's knowledge
and understanding of orchestral music.