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Kick Off the Holiday Season with a Very Merry Holiday Concert

Nov 24, 2014 11:32AM ● By Pamela Johnson
The Very Merry Dickens Carolers will perform a special concert to benefit Four Corners Community Chapel, 2100 Diamond Hill Road, on Sunday, Nov. 30, from 6 to 7 p.m. in the church’s sanctuary. The event is open to the public. A suggested donation of $5 per person plus a can of tuna or a jar of peanut butter to benefit the Northern Rhode Island food pantry will be accepted. A post-concert gathering will also be held at the church.

Led by Cumberland resident, Louise Tetreault, 2014 marks the fifth year she has been at the helm of the popular caroling group which performs in four-part a cappella harmony while dressed in Victorian caroling costumes. The Very Merry Dickens Carolers perform throughout New England and have sung at Santa’s Parade at the Roger Williams Park Zoo, Patriot Place, Rosecliff Mansion in Newport , several holiday strolls including the Pascoag Holiday Stroll, private functions and homes, and have even entertained the crowds at The Today Show in New York City .

“We are thrilled to be singing at Four Corners Community Chapel. They have so generously allowed us to use their space for rehearsals and we are grateful,” said Tetreault. “I can’t think of a better way to start off the Christmas season than to share the magical sounds of Christmas in my town.”

Performing in the concert will be Shanna Wells  and Trevor Shepard of North Providence, Michael Marrapodi and Tom Kenney of Providence, Kristen Cronin of Coventry, Linda Conte of Warwick, Martin Aldins of Westwood, Mass., James Laflame of Swansea, Mass., and Tetreault. Music Director Michael Marrapodi of Providence will direct.

The group is known for singing in a variety of styles including doo wop, swing, and jazz as well as traditional For more information, contact Four Corners Community Chapel at 333-6171. To learn more about the Very Merry Dickens Carolers visit
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