Greenline Performs at Providence Bruins Game

Edan Zinn and Grace Papas


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  • Brian Gamble, Nico Jaffer, Daniel Murray, and George Purdy, all ’23, pose with their Bruins gear.

  • Zoe Kaplan ’21, Priya Mallidi ’23, and Caroline Champa ’20 pose while getting ready to warm up.

  • Caroline Champa ’20, Lizzie Weber ’20, Libby Foley ’20, and Priya Mallidi ’20 do a warm-up activity before heading on the ice to perform.

  • Greenline steps on the ice Photo by P ’23 Jessica Purdy.

  • Greenline is seen on the Jumbotron at Dunkin Donuts center. Photo by P ’23 Jessica Purdy.

  • Haleigh Jacobs ’23, Paige Gamble ’24, Zakkai Mares van Praag ’22, Neel Kumar ’22, Brian Barrera ’22, Catherine Leeder ’20, Libby Foley ’20, and Caroline Champa ’20 watch the Providence Bruins play the Rochester Americans after singing on the ice.

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Greenline traveled to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, RI, last Saturday to perform the opening song for the opening weekend for the Providence Bruins, the semi-professional team that feeds players to the Boston Bruins.

Greenline was one of three choirs performing, singing ‘America the Beautiful’ in front of over 7,000 people in attendance.

“It was really fun, I think we performed really well,” Libby Foley ‘20 said. “We all presented ourselves really well and represented the school well. We got to warm up together and walk on the ice together. It was really cool to see everybody up on the JumboTron.”

After they performed, everyone got to sit down, relax, and enjoy and watch the game together.