Tag Archives: Music on the Green

This Week in New Haven (July 25 – 31)

There’s good stuff for both kids and adults this week in New Haven, and not without some overlap. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 18 – 24)

En Vogue

Music, dancing and games are some of the diversions mankind’s pursued for thousands of years, and which New Haven pursues with more or less modernity this week. …

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This Week in New Haven (July 21 – 27)

Music on the Green 2014

Every good story has a beginning, a middle and an end, it’s said. In that case, this week in New Haven tells a tale of music and food, with events explicitly marrying the two happening Monday, Thursday…

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This Week in New Haven (July 14 – 20)

Photographed by Paul Duda

Remarkable sights and sounds mark this midsummer week. There’s a movie involving the value of movies; an exhibit of photographs that play with realism; and musical performances running the…

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This Week in New Haven (July 22 – 28)

Pop & Op at Artspace

Magical comedy, disco nostalgia, mandolin modernists, a Tennessee Williams play set in Tokyo, bonsai trees at a literacy event… we’ve entered the fantastical netherworld of July in New Haven. Anything can happen, from read-ins to art installations (including Pop &

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The Show Must Go On

New Haven Symphony Orchestra

For years, the New Haven Symphony Orchestra produced an outdoor concert series in New Haven parks. These elaborate shows, as many as nine per summer, came to feature celebrity performers such as Marvin Hamlisch.

Also for years, the International Festival …

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Cool Summer

Decades on the Green

The summer concert season on New Haven Green got off to an unofficial and unusual start May 30, with the sight of three young musicians from out of town sitting at the memorial fountain and blazing on acoustic instruments through …

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This Week in New Haven (August 6 – 12)

BoDeans August 10 | Music on the Green

It’s a relatively peaceful time of the season, so it’s fitting that this week in New Haven begins with a series of peace-promoting gatherings and ends with a pleasant stroll through an historic house, though there are plenty of laughs, …

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This Week in New Haven (July 16 – 22)

Nona Hendryx

Lots of music and rhythm in special places this week—in libraries, in parks, and in a historic 18th-century homestead.…

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