The Outer Cape Chorale presents – A Musical Mosaic

The Outer Cape Chorale returns to the concert stage with

A Musical Mosaic

Three choirs!  Pop, Folk, and Classical selections!


Friday, May 20th at 7PM – Provincetown Town Hall

Saturday, May 21st at 5PM – Provincetown Town Hall

Sunday, May 22nd at 3PM – Nauset Middle School, Orleans


Allison Beavan, Artistic Director, with Arthur McManus on piano

Free admission!  Goodwill donations accepted

Masks required

Saturday’s concert will also be livestreamed on Facebook Live!

As Spring shakes off the grayness of Winter, and as Cape gardens come alive, the Outer Cape Chorale and Chamber Singers announce their three-concert “Musical Mosaic” series with a program as diverse as a bouquet of flowers.
The first two concerts will be held at Provincetown Town Hall on Friday, May 20, at 7 p.m.,
and Saturday, May 21, at 5 p.m.
The third concert will be on Sunday, May 22, 3 p.m., at Nauset Regional Middle School
[Please note the different show times for each concert].

How thrilling to be back singing with so many smiling faces.  We are very happy to once again bring great choral music to the community!

– Allison Beavan, Artistic Director

The community chorale, now celebrating its 20th anniversary of offering free concerts to the community, has been hard at work creating a concert program that will please all ages.  Under the direction of Artistic Director Allison Beavan, and accompanied by pianist Arthur McManus, three choir voicings will present pop, folk and classical renditions of familiar favorites.  This structure has allowed the Chorale to persevere in its ability to continue its rehearsals, and be able to perform the three-concert series for its Outer Cape audience.

Selections range from the nostalgic “Mr. Sandman” to Josh Groban’s “Thankful,” which reminds us, “It’s up to us to be the change / And even though we all can still do more / There’s so much to be thankful for.”

Among other selections, the performance also includes the spiritual “Ain’a That Good News” and excerpts from Randall Thompson’s “Frostiana.”  Based on the works of Robert Frost, it is widely considered one of the great American choral works.

With care for our audience and our singers, masks will be required.

The Outer Cape Chorale and Chamber Singers invite you to join in the festivities.  Bring your friends and family to share in an evening of the beautiful, the sprightly and the thought-provoking.  Spend a time apart from the daily routine.  Celebrate the spirit of Spring and song in a room filled with smiles and the joy of music.

Saturday’s 5 p.m. concert will be broadcast live on Facebook at

The Outer Cape Chorale was founded in February 2002 by its conductor Jon Arterton and several enthusiastic friends.
It has steadily grown to a group who travel to Provincetown from all over Cape Cod to sing.
The Chorale is a non-profit organization, and has prospered due to the generous support of the community.
In keeping with their philosophy of bringing their joy of singing to as many people as possible,
the OCC adopted the somewhat radical policy of making their concerts free of admission charges.