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Chat Noir - Sunday, October 2 at 3pm
This quartet plays “gypsy jazz” in the tradition of Django Reinhardt, and will transport you to a small Parisian café along the Seine!
September 27 - 7:30pm
Baritone Robert Barefield and pianist Carolyn Hague will present a recital of American Art Songs. The program consists of works by Virgil Thomson, Charles Ives, Theodore Chanler, Marion Bauer and Scott Wheeler. This recital will be repeated on October 2nd at Carnegie Hall in New York City to benefit Global ADE, a charity dedicated to strengthening education in developing countries through community-driven programs. Proceeds will support ongoing construction of the Stephen Mazujian Middle School in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Barefield is a member of the voice faculty at the Hartt School. Hague, who will be visiting Connecticut from Vienna, Austria, heads the Master’s program in Lied und Oratorio for singers and pianists at the Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität.