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  • Best College/University Performing Arts Center

    Best College/University Performing Arts Center
    1) Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts 2132 Hillside Road, Unit 3104 Storrs (860) 486-4226 jorgensen.uconn.edu   2) Hartt School   3) Lincoln Theater - University of Hartford  
  • Best Place to Take Music Lessons

    Best Place to Take Music Lessons
    1) Dynamic Percussion 185 Middle Tpke.  Manchester  (860) 647-8887 www.dynamicpercussion.com   2) Macri School of Music   3) Hartt School  
  • Ladyhips' Vocalist Talks About 'Farmtone' And Local Music Scene

     Ladyhips' Vocalist Talks About 'Farmtone' And  Local Music Scene
    Add wah-soaked keys, interlocking guitar lines and a slippery backbeat, and you're halfway to conjuring up "What's That Racket," the latest single by Hartford quintet Ladyhips — guitarist Jesse Combs and Mike Dipanfilo, drummer Sam Horan, keyboard...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Farmington Valley Chorale To Present Brahms' German Requiem

    Farmington Valley Chorale, Ellen G. Voth, artistic director, will present Brahms' German Requiem on Saturday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m. at Granby Memorial High School with professional orchestra and soloists, soprano Rochelle Bard and baritone Sumner Thompson....
  • Ted Hershey Dance And Music Festival Slated For Charter Oak

    Ted Hershey Dance And Music Festival Slated For Charter Oak
    The 16th Annual Ted Hershey Dance & Music Marathon Concert will be held Saturday, April 12, 7 p.m.,  at the Charter Oak Cultural Center in  Hartford. The annual event features dance companies, choreographers and schoolfropm around the state. This...
  • New Playground At Elizabeth Park Honors Sandy Hook Victim

    New Playground At Elizabeth Park Honors Sandy Hook Victim
    HARTFORD — In the six years of Ana's life, the brightest days with family were often at the "gigantic playground" that is Elizabeth Park, said her mother, Nelba Marquez-Greene. It was this land, on the border of Hartford and West Hartford, where...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Hartford New Music Festival At Charter Oak Cultural Center

    The Hartford New Music Festival, in its fifth year, runs April 14 through May 1 at the Charter Oak Cultural Center in Hartford. This year's theme is "Natural Tendencies." It includes music, ballet, original compositions, a baritone ukulele player and two...
  • Dance In Connecticut: Great Triumphs And Continuing Struggles

    Dance In Connecticut: Great Triumphs And Continuing Struggles
    People are often tickled by the story that famed choreographer George Balanchine considered settling in Hartford before establishing in New York, but local lore suggests he was never that serious. Balanchine's immigration to the U.S. was aided by...
  • Cantus Stretches Boundaries Of A Cappella

    Cantus Stretches Boundaries Of A Cappella
    Men singing together: it's been going on for centuries. (Longer, actually.) There's something sonically attractive about closely related male voices, weaving harmony lines together or splitting off into factions in search of contrapuntal glory. Who...
  • Jazz In Connecticut -- The Early Years

    Jazz In Connecticut -- The Early Years
    With fabled clubs in the North End rocking with the sound of jazz, classic big bands and big-name instrumentalists and singers routinely blowing-off the roof at Foot Guard Hall on High Street, or shaking the foundations of the State Theater on Village...
  • Connecticut's Musical Roots Began With Voices, Instruments Weren't Allowed

    Connecticut's Musical Roots Began With Voices, Instruments Weren't Allowed
    Are we inherently a musical state? At the very least, we seem to have always been a state that likes to sing. During the Colonial and Revolutionary days, we did most of our singing in church. And we took our church singing very seriously....