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Welcome to the Nineteeth Season!

  • New Haven Symphony Orchestra New Haven Symphony Orchestra Sunday, October 2nd, 2016 at 4PM at The New Morgan School Auditorium
  • Hartford Chorale with Opera Theater of Connecticut: A Celebration of 30 Years Hartford Chorale with Opera Theater of Connecticut: A Celebration of 30 Years Sunday, November 20, 2016 at 3PM at The New Morgan School Auditorium
  • Masters of Hawaiian Music Masters of Hawaiian Music Sunday, February 19th, 2017 at 3PM at William Stanton Andrews Town Hall
  • Alexei Tartakovsky, pianist Alexei Tartakovsky, pianist Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 4PM at William Stanton Andrews Town Hall
  • Yale Percussion Group Yale Percussion Group Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 4PM at The New Morgan School Auditorium
  • FANDANGO! FANDANGO! Sunday, June 4, 2017 at 4PM at at William Stanton Andrews Town Hall
  • There's a Future in the Past  -- a film about Vince Giordano There's a Future in the Past -- a film about Vince Giordano Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 4PM at William Stanton Andrews Town Hall
  • Vince Giordano and The Night Hawks Vince Giordano and The Night Hawks Sunday, August 21, 2016 at 4PM at William Stanton Andrews Town Hall

 

Something alive was spotted just the other day in 06413—guess what—a live concert! Definitely an endangered species for this little town of Clinton (pop. c. 14,000) nestled on Connecticut’s shoreline mid-point between New York and Boston. We’re not completely sure of this, but we think the adjective ‘endangered’ applies ubiquitously around these United States to this kind of concert which consists of Classical music. Yes, just to utter the moniker ‘Classical music’ can set a couple of generations on a stampede to the nearest exit door. Let’s face it, it’s been a virtual tsunami of commercial (we’ll call it ‘Popular’) music that has engulfed the public and has made them passively accept what inundates them as the whole enchilada. We are here to tell them that, yes, there was something before the iPod, that someone alive originated that music, and often when they come to our concerts they are in for a pleasant surprise both to the ears and eyes.

We are very proud here in Clinton of our Flynn Classical Concerts, and we’d like to make you a promise—we will never buy in to tired old precepts like: ‘Classical = good as Popular = bad’—but rather simply mount a steady search for accomplished players of good music, and nab them for a stopover live concert. That in a nutshell is our modest undertaking and our highest ambition.


Come and hear for yourself.

John Pizzarelli Ektaterina Derzhavina Lara St. John
 
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