Tag Archives: Neighborhood Music School

Hot Spots

Last Saturday afternoon, the thermometer hovered in the high 80s, and despite a cooling breeze off the Long Island Sound, the sidewalks of downtown New Haven radiated heat. …

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First Class

The oft-recited words of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream are fresh and funny as they’re read by…

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Sheet Rock

Climb a creaky set of stairs to the second floor and enter a small, bookcase-filled space…

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The Sound of Music

Nancy Williams

The second movement of Ludwig van Beethoven’s Sonata Pathétique has a famous melody…

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Making a ’List

It’s that time of year when carolers sing and jingle bells ring and it’s impossible to shop without hearing holiday tunes both great and grating. So we asked five New Haven conductors to help us create a holiday playlist…

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A Flying Start

Alasdair Neale is the first to acknowledge that some people find classical music—well, stuffy. …

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This Week in New Haven (August 5 – 11)

Pizza at Next Door Pizza and Bar

The week ahead is a good teacher, whose subjects include horticulture and geek culture plus local wines and local pizza.

Monday, August 5
In concert with Docunight, whose mission is to illuminate Iran through the medium of film, Sterling Memorial …

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Moving Forward

Sunlight is streaming across the hardwood floor of an activity room at Trinity Episcopal Church on the Branford Green. Laura Richling drags a few tables out of the way. Her dance class…

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Swinging for the Fences

When Neighborhood Music School’s Premier Jazz Ensemble opened for up-and-coming jazz pianist Christian Sands at the 2016 New Haven Jazz Festival, the group’s tenor saxophonist, Ryan Griffiths, was starstruck. …

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This Week in New Haven (April 23 – 29)

Fine art joins some fine weather this week in New Haven. …

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