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Free Fall Family Fun Concerts

Saturday • October 29, 2022 • 1:30 pm

Two spooky pumpkins painted for Halloween are sitting on a pile of leaves with festive corn cobs placed on either side. There are two smaller pumpkins in the foreground of the photo, as well.

 Join the New Haven Symphony Orchestra String Quintet and singer/host Charlie Widmer as we explore Harvest/Autumn music from around the world. This 45-minute program is interactive and perfect for wiggly, enthusiastic audience members. NHSO Family Concerts are fun, interactive, and designed for children ages 3-9. FREE for the whole family!

This performance on October 29 will be part of the Stetson Library Harvest Festival. Enjoy music, crafts, and goody bag giveaways. Costumes are encouraged!


Charlie Widmer is a young man, in this photo standing on a balcony in front of a city skyline.

Charlie Widmer is a multi-genre singer, actor, songwriter, guitarist, arranger, and producer based in Connecticut. He received his Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from Western Connecticut State University in 2016 and has been professionally singing and performing ever since. His singing credits include performances with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, Ivoryton Playhouse, Playhouse on the Shore, Salt Marsh Opera, Opera Theater of Connecticut, backup vocals for Josh Groban (Madison Square Garden/Radio City Musical Hall), Sarah Brightman (Radio City Music Hall), and 30 Seconds to Mars (City Winery NYC), and many others in both musical theater and opera alike. Charlie is also lead singer in Sub-Urban (Hip-Hop/Soul) and a singer/guitarist in On the Trail (Bluegrass). Charlie is currently represented for theater, television and film by Professional Artists Agency in NYC.


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Details

Date:
Saturday • October 29, 2022
Time:
1:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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Venue

Stetson Branch Library
197 Dixwell Avenue
New Haven, CT 06511
Directions
Phone:
203-946-8119
Website:
https://nhfpl.org/branches/stetson-library/
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