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The Hartt School of Music's affiliation with the Richard P. Garmany Fund has brought some tremendous talent to the area over the last couple of years, including the Bang On A Can All-Stars, pianist Christopher Riley, the Emerson String Quartet,...
The Hartford CourantTom Moore was talking about marbles. A hyperkinetic basketball coach talking marbles? You've got to think he was talking about losing them, right? No, the Quinnipiac coach was talking about allocating them judiciously. "I got this from Coach Calhoun and...
On Friday night, a women’s group at University of Hartford will unveil a new calendar whose sales will benefit Girlcott, the months-long initiative by Charter Oak Cultural Center geared toward promoting women’s self-esteem. The theme of the...
The thought of performing as a soloist in front of a world-class orchestra would make most long-haired rockers quake in their snakeskin boots. Not guitarist Tony Spada. Not one bit. Spada will be the featured soloist when the Hartford Symphony...
Hartford CourantThe show: World premiere of “Marie Antoinette” at Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven First impressions: David Adjmi's surreal look at the madness of politics, power and celebrity gets a wild and wooly (as in sheep) dream of a production...
The University of Connecticut men's basketball team begins its season next week with dramatic changes. Longtime coach Jim Calhoun, who brought the program from well-deserved obscurity to national prominence and three NCAA championships, has retired. He...
Hartford Art School at University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Ave. in West Hartford will host “National Portfolio Day,” at which high school students will have their art portfolios reviewed, on Saturday, Nov. 3, from 1 to 5 p.m. About 1,000...
The Hartford CourantOut of nowhere Thursday at the Connecticut 6 Tip-Off Breakfast, Howie Dickenman dropped the Walter Ray bomb. Things were going along smoothly, a few jokes here, a few shout-outs there. Hartford's John Gallagher teased Dickenman about a contract extension...
Hartford CourantKevin Gray knows a few things about the musical "Miss Saigon." After all he played the lead role of The Engineer in the Los Angeles and Toronto productions of the show. Now as a Hartt School drama faculty member at the University of Hartford, Gray stages...
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Nov 8 Some 18,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers were still without power midday Tuesday, most in the Simsbury area. About one-third of Simsbury was without electricity, as was a quarter of Avon and Farmington, and many in Granby, Canton,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRobert Vodnoy doesn't stay in one place very long. Vodnoy is a full-time music professor at Northern State University, where one of his main jobs involves running the Aberdeen University/Civic Symphony. He is in his fourth season as conductor of the...
Gabrielle Sirkin, a 2005 graduate of Westover School in Middlebury, will exhibit her photographic assemblages at her alma mater in a show lasting until Sunday, Oct. 28. She is the daughter of Samuel and Sheri Sirkin of Southbury. “Assembled”...
Tags: Southbury, Arts and Culture, Middlebury, Arts
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