The Church of St. George
Looming above the Atlantic Ocean, the Church of St. George at St. George's School stands as a masterwork of Gothic revivalist architect Ralph Adams Cram. Built in 1928, the Chapel is considered by generations of graduates to be "the heart of the hilltop" on the school's 125-acre campus.
Antone Academic Center
For the first time in 2017, the Antone Academic Center served as home base for all classes and sectional rehearsals. The building is the result of the restoration, renovation and union of two nationally historic and significant carriage house and stables complexes – Wetmore Hall, the original carriage house and stables for Chateau-sur-Mer, and Mercy Hall, the original carriage house and stables for Ochre Court. The building houses several classrooms, a 154-seat lecture hall and a black box theater.
Grace Church, Providence
Situated in the heart of Providence's historic "Downcity" neighborhood, Grace Church was designed by Richard Upjohn and built in 1845-46. It is a relatively simple expression of Gothic Revival architecture. The building was remodeled in 1912 by Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson when the parish house was added, connecting to the church through several narrow, twisting stairwells and passages.
Trinity Church, Newport
Trinity Church is located in Queen Anne Square in historic Newport, RI. Founded in 1696, the current building dates from 1726 and is known for it's unique 3-tiered pulpit and large box pews.
Our Lady of Mercy Chapel
The modest and lovely chapel on the campus of Salve Regina University is where we begin and end most days. Designed by award-winning architect Robert A.M. Stern, the chapel’s stone and shingle exterior complements the historic architecture of Salve Regina’s Ochre Point neighborhood.
The chapel, which was consecrated in September, 2010, is where we rehearse, and sing Morning Prayer and Compline each day.