Opera Theater of CT presents a medley of arias, duets, and ensembles from classic operas and musicals, all centered around the theme of love, in celebration of Valentine’s Day. An event all music lovers can enjoy, with supertitles and narration by Raconteur/Artistic Director, Alan Mann. Music Director Kyle Swann; Executive Director Kate Ford. Charming and very classical... highly proficient... rich, warmness of sound... a classic production in every detail. — Jeffrey Johnson, Sonic Labyrinth
A lovely afternoon of music featuring Grace Cloutier–Harp, David Enlow–Pipe Organ, Jessica Meyer -viola/composer and Heather Petrie - Contralto. Clear, affecting, and cradled in enveloping warmth — Aaron Keebaugh, Boston Classical Review Memorable solo contribution with her creamy contralto —Opera News
And they're back!! The best in traditional New Orleans jazz and a local favorite, this is about the most fun you can have without trying. Galvanized Jazz band boasts years of musical experience, talent and tradition in the form of swing, struts, stomps, spirituals, and a colorful parade of parasols.
7 Bridges Road pays tribute to the acclaimed band, Eagles.The Band features lead singer and frontman Chris “Moose” Mongeau, Michael Stutz, Scott Cole, David Horgan, Bill Ingham, and Chris “CJ” Messier. Their musical talent is exceptional, their harmonies are perfectly blended, but most importantly, their love and devotion to the Eagle’s is infectious. Get ready to sing your heart out on a night you won’t forget! Each selection is lovingly and painstakingly arranged and rehearsed, and the resulting show is a treat both for fans of the Eagles and for fans of good music played exceptionally well. —GigSalad.com Additional performance on 3/9 (Saturday). Select your performance when you purchase tickets below.
Join us in a high-energy nostalgic trip down memory lane featuring the signature sound of the Andrews Sisters! Enjoy “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy”, “Bei Mir Bist Du Schon”, “Apple Blossom Time” and many more musical arrangements by Raymond Berg. Audiences of all ages will enjoy the chemistry and vocal harmony of singers Aimee Lee, Kathryn Mueller and Lisa Pallen, thoughtfully strung together with stories and anecdotes by emcee/host Bill Arnold. A solid musical nostalgia trip... music still resonates today... when people hear it, they want to move. —Kate Kompas, SCTimes.com Additional performances on Thursday, Saturday & Sunday! Select your performance when you purchase tickets below!
Enjoy the beautiful sounds of this local Chapter of the United Girls Choir! About an hour in length. Free and open to the public, no tickets required.
Rock and roll doesn’t get any better than Van Morrison, and Moondance captures the Van Morrison concert experience like no other. You’ll hear classic tunes— “Brown Eyed Girl,” “Moondance,” “Domino,” “It Stoned Me,” “Tupelo Honey,” “Wild Night,” “Into The Mystic,” “Caravan,” and more. The show is packed with one Van Morrison classic after the next. An incredible recreation of the Irish legend. —LA Times A very impressive and realistic portrayal of Van Morrison…a must see. —Hawaii Reporter
A series of touching portrayals & poignant scenes from everyday life, set to stunning music by Vivaldi, Strauss, Beethoven, and Copland. Marionettes are engineering marvels, their movement is extraordinary. It is a measure of Cashore’s engrossing artistry that even as we see him pitch and yaw the elaborate apparatus that controls each character, we soon forget about the man and fix our attention instead on the hypnotic, languorous movements of the marionettes. —Tony Farrell, Richmond Times-Dispatch
America's Oldest Collegiate A cappella Group performs at Nelson Hall Theater. Every year, the most talented senior Yale students are selected to be in the Whiffenpoofs, the world's oldest and best known collegiate a cappella group. Founded in 1909, the “Whiffs” began as a senior quartet that met for weekly concerts at Mory’s Temple Bar, the famous Yale tavern. Today, the group has become one of Yale’s most celebrated traditions, with over a century of musical excellence.
Within this 85-minute Theatrical Comedy, Candice slips in and out of her family impersonations as she cooks up a full meal of growing up Staten Island. The stories in Italian Bred are derived from Candice’s real childhood experiences. She recounts her upbringing by impersonating her family’s unique personalities. Join us for an authentic, home-cooked comedy show! Love it more & more every time I see it! —Actress, Lorraine Bracco Incredibly funny. Real slice of life. —Actor, Vincent Pastore, “The Sopranos” Click for details on Sunday performance!
A Three-Man Tribute to Michael Bublé stars three incredible New York City-based gents in a one-of-a-kind headliner show perfect for audiences of all ages! Delivering a setlist comprised only of songs recorded or performed live by Michael Bublé, this worldclass tribute act honors (but doesn’t imitate) the sophistication, retro style, and high-energy fun that Bublé himself brings to his concerts while engaging diehard fans with thrilling new three-part vocal arrangements. Features hits “Feeling Good,” “Fever,” “Haven’t Met You Yet,” and “Come Fly With Me.” I can’t say enough positive about this show...The artists came across as ‘real people’...You can tell they love what they do...and we loved having them!!! —Presenter, Performing Arts Center of Wisconsin Rapids (Wisconsin Rapids, WI)
Shoreline Ringers, a Community Handbell Ensemble based in southeastern Connecticut, awes and inspires audiences with their ringing. Under the direction of Jane Nolan, this dynamic and energetic handbell choir is dedicated to musical excellence and handbell education through their exciting and uplifting performances. The repertoire performed by this inspirational group is secular and popular in nature, and includes varying techniques and rhythms that promise pleasure and fun for all.
Center Stage will bring you back to the Motown era with music of The Temptations, The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, The Spinners, Smokey Robinson and more. Performances feature a magical vocal blend and original choreographed dance routines, combined with a live, funky band. The three front men—Darryl Carter, Donald McCall and Irving Lewis—have toured the country for 30 years with their 9-piece Motown show band, entertaining audiences as large as 30,000. The set had people grooving in their seats and singing along...the show certainly made me feel like I was back in time. — Nick Cellucci, BUNow.com