Enjoy live music outdoors on New Haven’s waterfront! The NHSO Brass Quintet will perform a program of brassy favorites, including Bernstein: “Maria” from West Side Story – Luckey Roberts: Junk Man Rag – Bach: Fugue in G minor and My Spirit be Joyful – Fats Waller: Ain’t Misbehavin’ – Gershwin: Summertime – Joplin: Solace – Sousa: Washington Post March – and more!
Rich Clymer, principal trumpet
Ken Tedeschi, assistant principal trumpet
Eva Conti, principal horn
Scott Cranston, principal trombone
William Whitaker, bass trombone
The program will be approximately 60 minutes without intermission.
This performance is sold out. You may add your order to the wait list using the button below and the box office will call you if any tickets become available.Sign Up for Wait List
Inclement Weather Date: Sunday, October 25 at 2pm
New England weather at this time of year can be beautiful but unpredictable. Please dress accordingly and be prepared for a variety of temperatures and precipitation.
The Symphony will decide in advance whether to hold the concert as planned or to use the scheduled weather date. In the case of a postponement, the NHSO will email all ticket holders about the change. All purchased tickets will be immediately transferred to the inclement weather date.
There is not parking specifically designated for this location so please allow yourself ample time to find a place to park. There is street parking surrounding the Boathouse.
Although no event can be risk-free during this pandemic, we are taking every precaution possible to ensure the safety of our audience, musicians, and staff. In order to comply with this goal and regulations set forth by the State of Connecticut, we require the following of ALL attendees at this event:
Masks must be worn over the nose and mouth at all times, except in your designated seating area. Chairs will be provided by the NHSO.
Maintain 6 feet of distance from others and adhere to all spacing markers on floors, seating areas, etc.
If you or any members of your household are currently or recently experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19, you are to stay home.
If you are witness to any violations of these protocols, please notify an NHSO staff member or volunteer. You can also call 211 to leave an anonymous report. For the safety of all, anyone who is not willing or able to comply with these policies will be required to leave the event at the discretion and request of an NHSO staff member.
For questions about the NHSO’s health and safety policies, please email PatronServices@NewHavenSymphony.org.
All programs and artists are subject to change. As a general policy, the NHSO does not offer refunds. Instead, ticket holders can donate the value of their unused tickets to the Symphony as a “turn back” by calling the box office. This donation would support the Symphony’s efforts during the Covid-19 crisis.