First Presbyterian Church of Stamford ,
1101 Bedford St, Stamford, United States
OUR THANKS to the HIGHLAND GREEN FOUNDATION for their SPONSORSHIP OF THIS EVENT.
The Impromptu! Classical Music Recital Series is very proud to present a vibrant young talent, composer and pianist Nicolas Namoradze.
He will perform an eclectic and excit... Read More
MARK STEVEN DOSS, bass-baritone
VYACHESLAV GRYAZNOV, piano
The Drozdoff Society is very honored to present the great American bass-baritone, Mark Steven Doss, in a concert of arias and songs. For this concert, he will be joined by Vyacheslav Gryaznov, p... Read More
The Vital Life Center ,
100 W Main St, Plainville, United States
Kalidasa Joseph Getter is a kirtan leader, bringing people together to sing the divine names in an experience that is both meditative and ecstatic. Kalidasa is a member of Jayaprabha's Kirtan group, The Joy of Sound. He is a creative world musician with d... Read More
Pequot Library ,
720 Pequot Avenue, Fairfield, United States
This concert is part of the Connecticut Guitar Festival, which will take place on February 2 - 4. Festival activities will include performances, workshops, master classes and adjudicated auditions for classical guitarists. For more information about the... Read More
Round Hill Community Church ,
395 Round Hill Rd, Greenwich, United States
International recording artist, conductor, organist, pianist, and harpsichordist Alexander Frey will be performing a recital at Round Hill Community Church on Friday, January 26, at 8:00 p.m.
Playing the works of Erich Wolfgang Korngold (1897-1957) as wel... Read More
Lyric Hall Theater ,
827 Whalley Ave, New Haven, United States
The Drozdoff Society welcomes “an extraordinary classical pianist and a Naples treasure,” Floridian JOSHUA ROSS.
From Classical to Modernist
F. Chopin - Nocturne Op. 55 No. 1 in F minor
F. Chopin - Etude Op. 10 No. 12
F. Chopin - Scherzo no... Read More
Greenwich Library ,
101 W Putnam Ave, Greenwich, United States
The Musicians from Marlboro touring program offers “exactly the type of concert that the classical scene needs more of” (Boston Musical Intelligencer). The second of three programs this year from classical music’s “life-giving spring” (New York Times) spo... Read More