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The New Haven Symphony Orchestra (NHSO) teams up with the vocal forces of the Worcester Chorus for Leonard Bernstein’s choral masterpiece and “prayer for peace,” Chichester Psalms, on Thursday, April 28 at the 7:30pm at the Shubert Theater in downtown New Haven. Led by NHSO Music Director William Boughton, this concert’s program highlights will also include Vaughan Williams’ luscious Five Variants of “Dives and Lazarus;” Lambert’s Rio Grande, Tower’s Second Fanfare for the Uncommon Woman and the world premiere of new arrangements of the beloved American spirituals Swing Low, Sweet Chariot; Go Down, Moses; and Steal Away featuring dynamic guest soprano Dana Fripp.
Posted April 13, 2016
Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven…these are three of the most influential names in the history of Western music. The New Haven Symphony Orchestra will take on masterpieces by these musical titans at “Mozart, Haydn & Beethoven” on Thursday, March 31 at 7:30pm at Woolsey Hall in downtown New Haven. Music Director William Boughton will lead the orchestra in Mozart’s Overture to The Marriage of Figaro, Haydn’s “London” Symphony, and Beethoven’s Violin Concerto, which will feature one of classical music’s risings stars, Tessa Lark.
Posted March 07, 2016
Put on your PJs, grab your favorite stuffed animal, and join the New Haven Symphony Orchestra (NHSO) for this year’s Family Concert Series: “Once Upon A Time...” This concert series celebrates the magic of fairy tales and each concert concludes with a beautiful lullaby that families share at home.
Posted February 29, 2016
The New Haven Symphony Orchestra Pops Series will welcome back Tony Award Winning Broadway Star Debbie Gravitte for A Debbie Gravitte Cabaret on Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 2:30 pm at Hamden Middle School and Sunday, March 20, 2016 at 3:00 pm at Shelton Intermediate School.
Posted February 11, 2016
Music Director William Boughton will conduct the New Haven Symphony Orchestra in masterworks by two symphonic titans, Beethoven & Brahms, on Thursday, February 25 at 7:30pm at Woolsey Hall in downtown New Haven. The program, which includes Brahms’ Second Symphony and Beethoven’s “Emperor” Piano Concerto, will feature pianist Nick van Bloss, the international sensation who has inspired audiences with his refined artistry and touched hearts through his battle with Tourette Syndrome.
Posted February 02, 2016
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