Tag Archives: Neighborhood Music School

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 (April 25 – May 1)

Mark Simon "Einstein Was Right"

This week’s about thinking things through. It’s also about going with the flow. …

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Beating Hearts

Even in the din caused by 40-odd hands and sticks, there are distinct patterns that emerge in a drum circle. Consciously or not, pockets of three or four drummers might start syncing with one another, locking eyes and grooves. Other …

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Sticking Around

Jesse Hameen II

To jazz-drum is to lead, says Neighborhood Music School instructor Jesse Hameen II. “The proper name for what the drummer sits on is not a seat but a throne… It’s a seat of authority. You direct the pace, the rhythm, …

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This Week in New Haven (August 3 – 9)

A big name in jazz returns this week to the scene where he got his start, while local movie-makers take turns showing scenes on the silver screen…

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This Week in New Haven (April 27 – May 3)

Antelope by Rod Cook

This week walks and talks, starting out with a gut- and myth-busting talk one day and a lecture from a literary luminary the next. Then it’s on to copious…

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In Tune

Neighborhood Music School Greater New Haven Concert Band conducted by Rachel Antonucci

Imagine arriving in a foreign land, exhausted from an arduous journey, unaccustomed to the native language and struggling to get a foothold as you begin a new life. How would you acclimate? Where would you go for help?…

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This Week in New Haven (August 11 – 17)

Best Video screening area

Between a classic film featuring a leading man in his prime, a play staged in a park under the night sky and a professional tennis tournament boasting major talent, we’re seeing stars…

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This Week in New Haven (July 29 – August 4)

Capital Cities

We gracefully leave an erratic July and acclimate to August. It has already turned abruptly cooler, and with the school year starting at the end of the month, you’ll see more activity on the streets than in recent weeks. College-friendly …

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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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