Chamber Music: Strings, Pipes, & Voice

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 […]

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Love in the Afternoon

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 […]

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Grace Cloutier: Harp Solo

Brighten up your holiday season with this relaxed, informal harp concert featuring beautiful seasonal and holiday melodies by virtuoso harpist, Grace Cloutier. Grace trained at The Juilliard School, Yale University, and in France, and has performed for audiences across North America, Europe, and the Middle East, for the World Harp Congress, and the Ukrainian National Music Festival. An accomplished, poised, self-assured performer. —New York Concert Review Breadth of expression and remarkable tone. —Choral Journal […]

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Waterbury Chorale

Join the Waterbury Choral for an inspiration evening of festive holiday tunes. The Waterbury Chorale is its 52nd season of bringing quality choral music to the Greater Waterbury Community. Under Director Joseph J. Jacovino Jr., the Chorale, which currently boasts 100 accomplished singers, performs four part works of medium to advanced difficulty, ranging in style from  established masterworks to varied programs of contemporary music and music from other cultures. […]

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Whiffenpoofs in Concert

MARCH 27, 2018 • 7:30 PM – Each year, 14 senior Yale men are selected to be in the Whiffenpoofs, the world’s best known a cappella group. Made famous by their signature “Whiffenpoof Song, the ‘Whiffs’ carry forward their century-old tradition each year with over two hundred performances in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Broadway’s Lincoln Center, and the Rose Bowl. In concert at Nelson Hall Theater on March 27th. […]

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