[ctblues] Fwd: WWUH December Program Guide

  • From: EDWARD STACK <jakecat39@xxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Wed, 1 Dec 2021 12:30:17 -0500

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From: WWUH Radio 91.3 <wwuh@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, Dec 1, 2021 at 11:59 AM
Subject: WWUH December Program Guide
To: <jakecat39@xxxxxxxxx>


WWUH 91.3 FM Newsletter
Program Guide December 2021
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Donate
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Programming
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Music Playlist
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Listen Online
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Broadcasting as a Community Service from
The University of Hartford
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From The General Manager

Our fall fund drive is up to $53,560 towards a goal of $60,000 so we are
very close

If you have already pledges, thank you! If you haven't had a chance yet to
donate we really could use your support.

There are three ways to pledge:

   1. On line, securely at wwuh.org
   2. By mailing a check made out to WWUH to WWUH, Univ. of Hartford, W.
   Hartford, CT 06117.
   3. Calling 860-768-4008 during the drive.


Donations of any amount are welcome. These premiums are new for this fall:
1. WWUH Gildan heavyweight hooded zip sweatshirt, maroon, w/logo on front.
$75 donation.
2. WWUH Beanie, maroon with white logo. $40 donation.
3. WWUH Plastic travel mug, black with logo in white. $25 donation.
In addition the black WWUH jacket is available in return for a $150
fulfilled pledge.

–John Ramsey
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Join Our Mailing List
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WWUH History
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Campus Calendar
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The Hartt School Calendar
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How To Listen To WWUH
In Central CT and Western MA, WWUH can be heard
at 91.3 on the FM dial.
Our programs are also carried on:
WDJW, 89.7, Somers, CT
You can also Listen Online
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using your PC, tablet or
smart device.
We also recommend that you download the free app TuneIn
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to your mobile device.

You can also access on demand any WWUH program which has aired in the last
two weeks using our newly improved Program Archive
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.
Real Alternative News
For over 50 years WWUH has aired a variety of unique community affairs
programs.

wwuh.org
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Here is our current schedule:

Monday: Noon–1 p.m. Alternative Radio
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8 p.m.–9 p.m. Radio  Radio Ecoshock
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Tuesday: Noon–12:30 p.m.  New World Notes
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12:30 p.m.–1 p.m. Counterspin
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8 p.m.–9 p.m. Explorations
Wednesday: Noon–12:30 p.m. G
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Science
12:30–1 p.m. UHart to Hartford
8 p.m.–8:30 p.m. Building Bridges
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8:30 p.m.–9 p.m. New World Notes
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Thursday: Noon–1 p.m. Project Censored
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7:30 p.m.–8 p.m. Making Contact
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8:00 p.m.–8:30 p.m. This Way Out
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8:30 p.m.–9 p.m. Gay Spirit
Friday: Noon–12:30 p.m. Nutmeg Chatter
12:30 p.m.–1 p.m. TUC Radio
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Sunday: 4:30 p.m.–5 p.m. G
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Science
Never Miss Your Favorite WWUH Programs Again!
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The WWUH Archive!
We are very excited to announce that our archive has been completely
upgraded so that it is usable on most if not all devices. The archive
allows you to listen to any WWUH program aired in the last two weeks
on-demand using the "Program Archive" link on our home page.

wwuh.org
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If you have an idea for a radio program and are available to volunteer late
at night, please let us know.

We may have some midnight and/or 3am slots available later this year. Email
station manager John Ramsey to find out more about this unique and exciting
opportunity for the right person.

Qualified candidates will have access to the full WWUH programmer
orientation program so no experience is necessary. He/she will also need to
attend the monthly WWUH staff meetings (held on Tuesday or Sunday evenings)
and do behind the scenes volunteer work from time to time. This is a
volunteer position.

After completing this process, we will review the candidate's assets and
accomplishments and they will be considered for any open slots in our
schedule.
The WWUH Scholarship Fund
In 2003 WWUH alums Steve Berian, Charles Horwitz and Clark Smidt helped
create the WWUH Scholarship Fund to provide an annual grant to a UH student
who is either on the station's volunteer Executive Committee or who is in a
similar leadership position at the station. The grant amount each year will
be one half of the revenue of the preceding year.

To make a tax deductible donation
either send a check to:

WWUH Scholarship Fund

c/o John Ramsey
Univ. of Hartford
200 Bloomfield Ave.
W. Hartford, CT 06117

Or call John at 860.768.4703 to arrange for a one-time
or on-going donation via charge card.

If you would like more information please contact us at wwuh@xxxxxxxxxxxx

CT Blues Society

Founded in 1993, the Connecticut Blues Society is a non-profit organization
dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Blues music in our state.
CTBS is an affiliated member of The Blues Foundation, a worldwide network
of 185 affiliates with an international membership in 12 countries.


Hartford Jazz Society


The longest continuously operating jazz society in the country

Founded in 1960, this all-volunteer organization produces jazz concerts
featuring internationally acclaimed artists as well as up and coming jazz
musicians. Our mission is to cultivate a wider audience of jazz enthusiasts
by offering concerts, workshops and educational programs to the Greater
Hartford region. The area’s most complete and up-to-date calendar of Jazz
concerts and events.

Check out their website
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Boomer's Paradise

Monday's 1-4 PM with your host, The Turtle Man

The calendar turns to the final month of 2021, a very memorable year in
many ways. Let's put a bright bow on the year and spend the month enjoying
some themes.

We wrap up our look back at albums released 50 years ago in 1972 with what
I couldn't finish for November and the month of December. We'll also, take
a peek once again at the career of Steve Winwood.

 Since we've entered into the cold months it seems fitting to listen to
songs whose theme is fire, ice, water and earth.

Being the holidays where dreaming for presents or a White Christmas is on
some people's mind, we'll cover songs with a dream theme.

Mid month will be a bacchanalia of music of varying sounds and styles and
we'll end the month where musical riffs rule the airwaves. Happy holidays.

WWUH Classical Programming – December 2021
Sunday Afternoon at the Opera… Sundays 1:00 – 4:30 pm
Evening Classics… Weekdays 4:00 to 7:00/ 8:00 pm
Drake’s Village Brass Band… Mondays 7:00-8:00 pm
(Opera Highlights Below)


Wednesday 1st
Marin Marais: Pieces en trio: Suite No. 2 in G minor; Paul Hindemith:
Quartet for Clarinet, Violin, Cello, and Piano; Johann Sebastian Bach:
Cantata for Advent 1: "Nun komm der Heiden Heiland", BWV 61; Georg Philipp
Telemann: Arias from cantatas for Advent 1; Ivor Gurney: Selected
Songs; Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat Major, Op. 97, "Rhenish";
Anton Reicha: L'art de varier, Op. 57

Thursday 2d
New Releases – A sampling of recent acquisitions in the WWUH Library

Friday 3d
George Gershwin's Concerto in F;  Charlie Byrd’s classical side

Sunday 5th
Schuller: The Fisherman and His Wife; Holst: The Cloud Messenger

Monday 6th
In Memoriam Bernard Haitink conducting, Bruckner: Symphony #1 and
Shostakovich: Symphony #9; Stravinsky: Symphony in E Flat
Drake’s Village Brass Band - Robert Simpson Music for Brass Band – Desford
Colliery Band

Tuesday 7th
Mozart: Clarinet Concerto; Goetz: Piano Concerto No. 1; Rachmanbinoff:
Symphony No. 1; Barber: Medea

Wednesday 8th
Chausson: Symphony in B♭, Op. 20; Grieg: String Quartet in g, Op. 27;
Smetana: String Quartet in e, No. 1, 'From My Life'; Sibelius: Violin
Concerto in d, Op. 47

Thursday 9th
Waldteufel: Espana, The Skaters, Estudiantina; Lindpaintner: Bassoon
Concerto in F Major, Op. 44; Sirmen: String Quartet No. 2 in B; Turina:
Piano Trio No. 1 in D, Op. 35; Suppe: The Beautiful Galatea Overture,
Leichte Kavallerie Overture.

Friday 10th
Jascha Heifetz writes and plays; Music of Morton Gould

Sunday 12th
Wuorinen: Haroun and The Sea of Stories

Monday 13th
Arnold: Symphony #5; Rorem: Sunday Music; Piazzolla: Four Tango Sensations
Drake’s Village Brass Band
John Rutter: Anthems, Hymns and Gloria for Brass Band with the Black Dyke
Band

Tuesday 14th
Roussel: Piano Concerto ; Bizet: Chants du Rhin; Rontgen: Symphony No. 15
in f sharp minor; Parfenov: Orchestral Suite

Wednesday 15th
Dvořák: Miniatures for Two Violins and Viola, Op. 75a; Zemlinsky: Symphony
in B♭; Danzi: Wind Quintet in F, Op. 68, #2; Klughardt: Concerto in a for
Cello & Orchestra, Op. 59

Thursday 16th
Holmès: Overture for a Comedy; Shchedrin: Concerto for Orchestra No. 1
‘Naughty Limericks’; Boieldieu: La dame blanche Overture; Hill: As Night
Falls; Sviridov: The Snowstorm; Beethoven: Symphony No. 9; Kodaly: Hary
Janos Suite; Telemann: Concerto for Violin, Cello and Trumpet in D, TWV
53:D5, Concerto for Recorder and Viola da Gamba in a, TWV 52:a1.

Friday 17th
Borge meets PDQ

Thursday 18th
Loeillet: Recorder Sonata in a, Op. 3, No. 4; Fasch: Concerto in E for
Trumpet, Oboe d'amore and Violin; Prince Louis Ferdinand Christian of
Prussia: Octet; Lyapunov: Rhapsody on Ukrainian Themes, Op. 28; Weber:
Clarinet Concerto #1 in f Op. 73, Invitation to the Dance; Paderewski:
Polish Fantasy; Suppe: The Beautiful Galatea Overture, Light Cavalry
Overture

Sunday 19th
Paisiello: Le Gore Generose

Monday 20th
Dupré: Symphonie-Passion, Op. 23; A Carnegie Hall Christmas Concert – André
Previn et al.;
Drake’s Village Brass Band
Holiday Fanfare – United States Coast Guard Band

Tuesday 21st
Music in anticipation of Christmas

Wednesday 22d
Shostakovich: Piano Trio #2 in e, Op. 67; Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms;
Schubert: String Quintet in C, D. 956

Thursday 23d
Boismortier: Sonata in D Op. 91/1; Ropartz: Prelude, Marine and Chansons.
Music for the Season.

Friday 24th
Music of Libby Larson

Sunday 26th
Shakespeare: The Winter’s Tale

Monday 27th
Monday Night at the Movies- Rózsa Conducts Rózsa
Herrmann Conducts Great British Film Music.
Selections from “It’s a Wonderful Life”
Drake’s Village Brass Band
The Antiphonal Music of Gabrieli – The Philadelphia, Cleveland and Chicago
Brass Ensemble

Tuesday 28th
Wolf: Symphony in C major; Bartok: Sonata for 2 Pianos & Percussion;
Brahms: Symphony NO. 4; Schoenberg_ Pelleas und Melisande (suite)

Wednesday 29th
Classical music for the Christmas season

Thursday 30th
Messager: Les Deux Pigeons Act 2; Foerster: Violin Concerto No. 1; Croft:
Overture in D, O God Our Help in Ages Past; Kraft: Cello Concerto #1, Op.
4; Glière: The Red Poppy Act 1; Kabalevsky: Piano Sonata No. 3 in F, Op.
46; Wranitzky: Symphony in D, Op. 36.

Friday 31th
Happy New Year – music new to our library in 2021







Sunday Opera Highlights


   - SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT THE OPERA
   - your "lyric theater" program
   - with Keith Brown
   - programming for the month of December,2021
   -
   - SUNDAY DECEMBER 5TH Schuller, The Fisherman and His Wife, Holst, The
   Cloud Messenger  The Christmas holiday season, it's often said, is a
   magical time meant for the delight of the children. It's the time of year
   to listen to opera written with the age group in mind. There is indeed a
   whole genre of such lyric theater music. One excellent specimen is Gunther
   Schuller's The Fisherman and His Wife (1970)., commissioned by the
   Junior League of Boston to celebrate its sixtieth anniversary. They
   approached Professor Schuller of Boston's New England Conservatory to write
   the music. Literary great John Updike was engaged to update the 19th
   century Brothers Grimm fairytale for modern staging. The Opera Company of
   Boston premiered it. It was televised on Boston's WBZ. The Boston Modern
   Opera Project revived the opera in 2015 in celebration of Schuller's 90th
   birthday, but he did not live quite long enough to witness the new
   production. Gil Rose conducts BMOP and Odyssey Opera of Boston. Released in
   2020 on CD through the proprietary BMOP Sound label.
   -    Gunther Schuller's The Fisherman and His Wife is an operatic
   parable about greed. Since it runs for merely an hour, there's time
   remaining for a choral setting by Gustav Holst of a love story drawn from
   ancient Sanskrit epic poetry. Holst completed composing The Cloud
   Messenger in 1910 just before he started work on his famous orchestral
   suite The Planets. Holst prepared his own English language text. He
   tweaked the old story somewhat for his own modern musical purposes. He
   conceived a gigantic oratorio-style opus, which was a disappointment at its
   first performance, so it was put aside: that goes to explain why The
   Planets became Holst's best known work, and why nobody has ever even
   heard of its predecessor. There's a scaled-down arrangement of The Cloud
   Messenger for chamber orchestra and voices, recorded in 2019 with the
   Choir of King's College, London and the instrumentalists of the Strand
   Ensemble, conducted by Joseph Fort, who is also the arranger. It was
   released last year through the Scottish Delphian record label.
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   - SUNDAY DECEMBER 12TH Wuorinen, Haroun and the Sea of Stories  Following
   his death in 2020 American composer Charles Wuorinen (b. 1938) left us at
   least 270 compositions, among them two operas: Brokeback Mountain (2014),
   after the same short story by Anne Proulx that inspired the 2004 movie by
   that name, and the fanciful, fairytale-like Haroun and the Sea of
   Stories, based on the book by Salman Rushdie. Haroun was premiered, also
   in 2004, by the New York City Opera, but had to wait until 2019 for its
   world premiere recording by the Boston Modern Orchestra Project and Chorus,
   Gil Rose conducting. On the surface of it, Haroun seems like a
   children's opera, pure and simple, but underneath all the lighthearted
   highjinks there is a parable about censorship- something Rushdie knew about
   all too well as a writer from personal experience. Of the BMOP Sound
   recording, Fanfare magazine's reviewer Andrew Desiderio wrote, "The
   music's rich palette does justice to the magic of Rushdie's story, and
   meshes with a libretto [by James Fenton] filled with ingenious wordplay and
   tongue-in-cheek allusions that Lewis Carroll would have been proud of. It's
   a joy to hear the playful side of Wuorinen... The performers are not only
   impeccable in diction and musicality, they sound like they're having an
   absolute blast embodying the opera's over-the-top characters and haunted
   poignancy. The BMOP romps along with them... a wonderful recording of a
   delightful opera." (Fanfare, Sept/Oct, 2021 issue). The recording was
   kindly donated for broadcast by my colleague, WWUH classics deejay Larry
   Bilansky.
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   - SUNDAY DECEMBER 19TH Paisiello, Le Gare Generose The Wuorinen opera
   was a lot of fun for the kiddos last Sunday. Now for an opera that's
   amusing for adults. At Christmastime adults are supposed to be as generous
   in gift giving as Santa Claus. With that cliche in mind, listen to a comic
   opera called in Italian Le Gare Generose, which translates something
   like "The Rivals in Generosity" by Giovanni Paisiello (1740-1816).
   Paisiello composed some eighty operas in his long career- way more than his
   younger contemporary Mozart. Most of Paisiello's operas fall within the
   genre of the Italian opera buffa, and they sound very much like the
   famous comic works of Mozart. Paisiello even wrote a "Barber of
   Seville" opera, first produced in 1782, that was enormously popular until
   Rossini's "Barber" came along in 1816. Le Gare Generose, first staged in
   Naples in 1786, was also very popular right up to the beginning of the 19th
   century, and was produced all over Europe. Mozart himself saw a production
   of it in Prague in 1787. "The Rivals in Generosity" is a middle class
   comedy, with no characters of noble rank, and is set not somewhere in
   Europe, but in America- Boston, to be exact. The story centers upon a
   not-so-pious Quaker gentleman's household and his servants. There are
   serious elements in this lyric comedy, like slavery, which-remember- was
   still quite legal back then in America. This work therefore borders on the
   genre of opera semiseria.Le Gare Generose was recorded live in
   performance in 2018 at Taranto, with Giovanni di Stafano directing the
   Giovanni Paisiello Festival Orchestra and a cast of six singers. This was
   the first staging of the opera in modern times for the sixteenth annual
   Paisiello Festival. The Italian Bongiovanni label released the presumed
   world premiere recording on two compact discs in 2019. Over the years I
   have broadcast several of Paisiello's recorded works, especially his
   "Barber," and a couple of his serious or semi-serious operas, too.
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   - SUNDAY DECEMBER 26TH Shakespeare, The Winter's Tale Christmas has come
   and gone, and with the passage of the Winter solstice on the 21st we embark
   upon the Winter season in earnest. So put another log on the fire, draw
   closer to the hearth with its flickering light, and listen to The
   Winter's Tale by William Shakespeare, recorded complete and uncut in the
   text of The New Shakespeare, edited by the renowned Shakespeare scholar
   John Dover Wilson. The Winter's Tale (1611) is one of the Bard's late
   tragicomedies. The paranoia of King Leontes sets off a chain of events, the
   results of which stretch out over sixteen years. As the Bard works it out
   on stage, what was sown in sorrow and discord is eventually reaped in joy
   and reconciliation. The Argo Records complete series of Shakespeare's plays
   and poems on stereo LP vinyl discs, recorded in studio between 1957 and
   1964, has long been out of print. British Decca launched this monumental
   recording project to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth.
   During that same period Decca was also recording Wagner's Ring cycle
   complete for the first time in stereo sound. The Decca Solti Ring cycle
   cycle has subsequently gone from vinyl disc to CD reissue. In 2016, to
   commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Bard's death, Decca finally
   reissued the entire Argo Shakespeare project on silver disc in a deluxe 100
   CD boxed set. I have broadcast The Winter's Tale on LP on two previous
   Sundays in January of 1993 and 2005. Hear it again today as presented in
   the silver disc reissue. George Rylands directs the voices of the Marlowe
   Dramatic Society and Professional Players. The voice of Britain's veteran
   Shakespearean actor Ian McKellen is heard at the start of his career in two
   small roles.
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Connecticut Valley Symphony Orchestra
The Connecticut Valley Symphony Orchestra is a non-profit Community
Orchestra. They present four concerts each season in the Greater Hartford
area, performing works from all periods in a wide range of musical styles.
The members of Hartford’s only community orchestra are serious amateurs who
come from a broad spectrum of occupations

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The West Hartford Symphony Orchestra

In collaboration with the WWUH Classical Programming we are pleased to
partner with the West Hartford Symphony Orchestra to present their
announcements and schedule to enhance our commitment to being part of the
Greater Hartford Community.
Richard Chiarappa, Music Director 860.521.4362

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The Musical Club of Hartford

The Musical Club of Hartford is a non-profit organization founded in 1891.
Membership is open to performers or to those who simply enjoy classical
music, providing a network for musicians from the Greater Hartford
area. Club events take place normally on selected Thursday mornings at
10:00 a.m, Fall through Spring. The usual location is the sanctuary at
Westminster Presbyterian Church, 2080 Boulevard, West Hartford, CT (between
Ridgewood and Mountain Avenues). Information on time and location is given
at the bottom of each event description.

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Connecticut Lyric Opera
Connecticut Lyric Opera is the state’s leading opera company, performing to
thousands in Hartford, Middletown, New Britain, and New London. We have
earned the reputation as an innovative company that is renowned for our
world-class singers, phenomenal concert-quality orchestra and programming
choices that go beyond the well-loved standards of the repertoire to
include lesser-performed yet equally compelling works.

https://ctlyricopera.org/
Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra

The Connecticut Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra is the state’s premier
professional chamber orchestra dedicated to presenting both traditional and
contemporary classical chamber works to the public. The Orchestra, led by
Founder and Artistic Director Adrian Sylveen, continues to grow in size and
repertoire, presenting approximately 35 times a year in many major
performing arts centers throughout Connecticut and New York.
http://thevirtuosi.org/
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The Hartford Choral

The Hartford Choralehttp://www.hartfordchorale.org/
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Hartford Chorale is a volunteer not-for-profit organization that presents,
on a symphonic scale, masterpieces of great choral art throughout southern
New England and beyond, serving as the primary symphonic chorus for the
Greater Hartford community. Through its concerts and collaborations with
the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and other organizations, the Hartford
Chorale engages the widest possible audiences with exceptional performances
of a broad range of choral literature, providing talented singers with the
opportunity to study and perform at a professional level.
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Manchester Symphony Orchestra and Chorale

Bringing Music to our Community for 60 Years! The Manchester Symphony
Orchestra and Chorale is a nonprofit volunteer organization that brings
quality orchestral and choral music to the community, provides performance
opportunities for its members, and provides education and performance
opportunities for young musicians in partnership with Manchester schools
and other Connecticut schools and colleges.

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Beth El Temple Music & Art
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WHERE ELSE COULD MUSIC BE THIS HEAVENLY? Music at Beth El Temple in West
Hartford is under the direction of The Beth El Music & Arts Committee
(BEMA). With the leadership of Cantor Joseph Ness, it educates and
entertains the community through music. The BEMA committee helps conceive
and produce musical performances of all genres, while supporting the
commemoration of Jewish celebrations and prayer services.

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Voce

Founded in 2006 by Mark Singleton, Artistic Director, and Tom Cooke,
President, Voce has grown to become New England’s premier chamber choral
ensemble. With a mission to Serve Harmony, Voce is best known for its
unique sound; for bringing new works to a wide range of audiences; and for
collaborating with middle school, high school and collegiate ensembles to
instill the values of living and singing in harmony, further developing the
next generation of choral artists.

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The New Britain Symphony Orchestra

The 70+ year old New Britain Symphony Orchestra is a professional
orchestra which
presents several concerts each season in the Greater New Britain area,
performing works from all periods in a wide range of musical styles. In
addition to its full orchestra concerts under the direction of Music
Director and Conductor, Toshiyuki Shimada, including a free concert for
children, members of the orchestra perform in various free chamber music
concerts during the concert season.
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