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  • Former Dean of Hartt Malcolm Morrison Dies

    Former Dean of Hartt Malcolm Morrison Dies
    Malcolm Morrison, who expanded the Hartt School at the University of Hartford in size and scope, died Friday at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford after a long battle with cancer. He was 73 and lived in West Hartford with his wife of 42 years, actress and...
  • Former Hartt Students Sing At Julie Harris Tribute

    It was a beautiful remembrance Tuesday in New York for the memorial for actress Julie Harris who died Aug. 24 at the age of 87 with touching recollections from Christopher Plummer, HalHolbrook, Zoe Caldwell, Cherry Jones, Rosemary Harris, Joan Van Ark and...
  • Hartford's Stage's Revamped 'Christmas Carol' As Splendid As Ever

    Hartford's Stage's Revamped 'Christmas Carol' As Splendid As Ever
    The show: "A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas" at Hartford Stage What makes it special: The 16th annual holiday production gets a major re-freshening. First impressions: The ghosts are scarier, the party scenes are more populated and...
  • New Haven's Douglas Lyons ('The Book of Mormon') Has New Recording

    New Haven's Douglas Lyons ('The Book of Mormon') Has New Recording
    Douglas Lyons, a BFA musical theater grad of The Hartt School at the University of Hartford who went on to be in the cast of Broadway's "The Book of Mormon" and now "Beautiful: The Carole King Musical," has a new CD out. The New Haven native is...
  • South Windsor Sound Parties Let Artists Test Drive Telefunken's Microphones

    South Windsor Sound Parties Let Artists Test Drive Telefunken's Microphones
    On a recent Friday evening, long after most workers had gone home, there were barely any parking spaces available outside a quiet South Windsor office complex. Musicians, media-types and fans lined up outside the headquarters of Telefunken-...
  • Jazz Flutist Ali Ryerson Hopes Latest CD Is A 'Game Changer'

    Jazz Flutist Ali Ryerson Hopes Latest CD Is A 'Game Changer'
    Ali Ryerson, a celebrated, Connecticut-based practitioner and crusading champion of the jazz flute, may have finally delivered a knockout blow in her mission to gain full equality for her instrument thanks to her new, cool, flute-centric album, "Game...
  • The Hartford Theater Scene Adjusts, With New Faces and Old Standbys

    The Hartford Theater Scene Adjusts, With New Faces and Old Standbys
    A year ago, Hartford Stage announced that they'd found a new artistic director. Michael Wilson had left the theater after 13 years to concentrate on Broadway opportunities, scoring immediately with revivals of The Best Man and The Trip to Bountiful. The...
  • Beatles-bio Banter at the New Haven Library

    Beatles-bio Banter at the New Haven Library
    Connecticut boasts a lot of Beatles experts. Many of them, such as Charles Rosenay!!! of Liverpool Productions, grew up while the Fab Four were still together. Beatles fan Aaron Krerowicz was born in 1985 (a year which some know as the title of a really...
  • Connecticut Music Awards 2013: BEST GOSPEL

    Connecticut Music Awards 2013: BEST GOSPEL
    University of Hartford Gospel Choir The University of Hartford's gospel choir, now in its second decade of existence, is a place where students and community members can sing together in an environment of mutual respect and support. "We meet weekly,"...
  • 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....