This is a recording of a live performance by the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Alasdair Neale, on November 14, 2019 at Woolsey Hall in New Haven, CT.View Original Concert Webpage
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Atelier Florian will donate $5 from each HomeCooked Music Festival menu purchase to our Food Charity partners.
The Wharf Restaurant at the Madison Beach Hotel is featuring a special week-long take out menu bundle. A $5 donation will be added on to each menu bundle purchase in support of our HCMF food partners.
100% of your donation and restaurant purchases will benefit our charity partners. The NHSO does not take any fees or profit on the HomeCooked Festival.
The HomeCooked Music Festival is sponsored by Yale University Office of New Haven Affairs.