Thursdays at Noon Concert Series

Every Thursday at 12 Noon from September through May (excluding Thanksgiving, the month of January, and the Thursday during Holy Week), Grace Church offers a series of short, 30 minute concerts for the benefit of the downtown Providence community and any visitors that stop by. These programs are informal and feature organ, vocal or instrumental music by our resident musicians as well as guests from around the country. There is a free-will offering to help defray the costs of the series. Feel free to stay for a portion or the entire concert as your schedule allows. Upcoming concerts are posted in the church calendar at the bottom of the website as well as on the Grace Church Facebook page.

UPDATE: Returning to ‘In-Person’ Attendance
Beginning April 15th, Thursdays at Noon Concerts will be returning to our previous ‘in-person’ format, in addition to live-streaming and recording the programs. Precautions and procedures that following current CDC guidelines, such as mandatory mask-wearing and social-distancing, will be in place to ensure the safety of all. Our capacity for the concerts will be limited to 30 people with required pre-registration. If you would like to attend, please email Vince Edwards at with your Name and Phone Number.
Please note, if you are not able to attend in person, or prefer not to yet, we will still be live-streaming all concerts going forward. The recordings of the live-streamed concerts will also be made available in the usual places (lower on this webpage, on FacebookYouTube, and Vimeo).  A link will be sent out via email and posted on the Church Facebook page. To subscribe your email to the music mailing list, please contact Vince Edwards at

Spring 2021 Concerts

April 15: Duo Musicke’s Cordes presents “Like the Voice of a Man – The Violin in 17th Century London”
Samuel Breene, Baroque Violin & Jeffrey Noonan, Archlute, Theorbo, Baroque Guitar

April 22: The Reverend Benjamin Straley, Organ
Rector of Saint Stephen’s Church in Providence & former Organist of Washington National Cathedral

April 29: Cheryl Bishkoff, Oboe 
Principal Oboe of the Rhode Island Philharmonic Orchestra

May 6: Clara Gerdes, Organ
Master’s Candidate in Organ Performance, Yale University, School of Music

May 13: Kevin Neel, Organ
Organist & Choir Director, Emmanuel Church, Boston, MA

May 20: David Heinze, Organ
Grace Church in Providence, RI

May 27: Vince Edwards, Organ
Grace Church in Providence, RI

All concerts are recorded and made available via Vimeo, YouTube, and Facebook.

See below for videos of past concerts.