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Donate Instruments to Charter Oak’s Young Musicans
Jen Lowe brings her second annual Super Sensitive Dude-A-Palooza to Infinity Hall Hartford, Sunday, Dec. 21, 7:30 pm. Lowe is holding a special collection of used instruments for the Charter Oak Cultural Center’s Hartford All-City Youth Orchestra.
Charter Oak can especially use 3/4 and full-size violins.
Tickets are $15-$20 in advance; $20 and $25 day of show. Information: (Click Calendar)
Thursday | Dec. 11 | 7 pm
“Annie” is supporting our 4th Community Sing Along.
We’re giving out movie passes, T-shirts and stuffed animals. The film opens Dec. 19.
The Susans will lead us. Susan Campbell – book author, college professor and community activist -joins with Susan Mazer, director of Charter Oak’s music programs, in some of your favorite holiday songs.
Bring some baked goods to share and we’ll provide the beverages.
Suggested donation: $5
Saturday| Dec. 6| 7:30 pm
Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra presents music by regional composers Robert Carl, Ryan Jesperson, Jessica Rudman, Ken Steen, and Frank Vasi. Tickets are available online or at the door; $20 general, $10 student/senior/Charter Oak and LetsGoArts members. Tickets and information
Saturday, October 11, 2014 7:30 pm
|Saturday, October 11, 2014|
The Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra, Puppetsweat Theater and Hartford Opera Theater present Martin Bresnick’s “Der Signal,” based on a 19th century Russian-Yiddish short story. Also presented is film composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s “Suite for Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.”
Saturday, October 4, 2014 8:00 pm
|Saturday, October 4, 2014|
Kate Callahan, named Greater Hartford Arts Council Featured Artist of 2014 and Connecticut’s Best Singer-Songwriter in 2013, performs with her band, Echo Joy. Kate has three albums, including her recent release “Two Doors.” She is joined by her father, Lee Callahan, and her producer, guitarist Jim Chapdelaine.
Friday, September 19, 2014 7:30 pm
|Friday, September 19, 2014|
Sea Tea Improv starts it off with songs and games and on-the-spot humor. Play along.
The Beat City Beauties continues the fun with its spin on a long-time show business tradition.
Friday, June 20, 2014 6:00 pm
|Friday, June 20, 2014|
Vibraphonist Jay Hoggard sits in with Yunie Mojica on alto saxophone, Raynel Frazier on trombone, Josh Evans on trumpet, Jen Allen on Piano, Stephen “King” Porter on bass, Jocelyn Pleasant on drums/percussion and Jonathan Barber on Drum in the opening concert of this summer’s UMOJA Music Series.
This four-week free concert series represents the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Unity, Self-Determination, Collective Work and Responsibility, Cooperative Economics, Purpose, Creativity, and Faith It features musicians who have a connection to the Hartford community and is organized by Raynel Frazier and Yunie Mojica of UMOJA.
The series is supported by the Evelyn Preston grant fund.
Complete schedule: www.umojamusic.com
World Premieres, April 26, 7 pm
On line sales end 3 pm Friday. Purchase tickets at box office. Doors open 6:30 pm
The second concert in the Hartford New Music Festival features two new multi-media compositions by Scott Comanzo and Michael Gatonski, support by a grant from the Edward T. and Ann C. Roberts Foundation.
Saturday, February 8, 2014 8:00 pm
|Saturday, February 8, 2014|
The Hartford Independent Chamber Orchestra presents “Theatricality” Saturday, Feb. 8, 8 p.m. Hartford Opera Theater mezzo sopranos Charity Clark and Meghan Ryan, perform. The program includes by Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s Overture from “Suite for Much Ado About Nothing, “ Luciano Berio’s “Folk Songs,” and Sergei Prokofiev”s Quintet, Op. 39. Daniel D’Addio conducts.
Tickets are $15 for general admission and $10 for students and seniors, plus fees. Click here to order tickets.