Holiday Music Performances: Ocean State Brass Quintet

WHEN: Sunday, January 01, 2012 at 3:00PM - 4:00PM
WHERE: The Living Room

The Ocean State Brass Quintet
Trumpet I – Mr. Peter Williams
Trumpet II – Mr. John Interdonato
French Horn – Mr. Ric Medeiros
Trombone – Mr. Steve Leonard
Tuba – Mr. Rollin Bartlett


Their performance begins at 3:00pm; mansion doors open at 2:30pm. Mansion closes at 5pm.

The Ocean State Brass Quintet Presents:

Deck the Halls Traditional Arr. Holcombe

O Tannenbaum Traditional Arr. Holcombe

Up on a Rooftop Traditional Arr. Holcombe

We Wish You a Merry Traditional Arr. Holcombe

Go Tell it on a Mountain Spiritual Arr. Henderson

I Saw Three Ships Traditional Arr. Henderson

O Holy Night Traditional Arr. Holcombe

Do You Hear What I Hear Regney /Shayne Arr. Lichtmann


Please Sing Along with Us!


O Come All Ye Faithful John Reading (Sing Along)

Joy to the World Anonymous (Sing Along)

Silent Night Franz Gruber (Sing Along)

Walk-in Seats are free with regular mansion admission.

A limited amount of reserved seats are available at the following prices:
Adults $12
Military/AAA Members $11
Seniors/Full-time Students $10
Youths 6-17 yrs $4
Members & Children 5 and under $2


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