There have been many musical tributes to the victims of the Dec. 14 tragedy, some put on by world famous performers, others by local musicians and many involving the children of Newtown.
Some of Connecticut’s hottest venues will be hosting the nation’s most popular musical artists. Start the new year off right with tickets to a 2013 concert!
The sounds of Ludwig van Beethoven’s timeless music have often graced the grounds of Tanglewood, but now a recently uncovered hymn could join the score.
The Supreme Court won’t reduce the $675,000 verdict against a Boston University student who illegally downloaded 30 songs and shared them on the Internet.
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By Vanessa Willoughby Please your inner record geek and visit one of these revered vinyl shops in Connecticut. Although music pessimists bemoan the current state of the music industry, they seem to underestimate the power […]
By Dani Frank On the singular holiday of the year based in the celebrations of a saint, but ultimately celebrating painting the town green, Saint Patrick’s Day is beloved for its history of indulgence and […]
Dinner, drinks and dancing; the party is turning out to be a smash, until a revelation strikes: a body has been found in another room of the Inn. With a room full of partygoers, who’s the culprit? Spend your night sleuthing and uncovering clues to solve the crime, as a guest at a murder mystery dinner party.
Ann Schein has performed piano with many famous conductors such as the esteemed George Szell and James Levine as well as having performed with major orchestras including the London Philharmonic and the Washington National Symphony. Now, she will be appearing in concert for the Newtown Friends of Music in Newtown, CT on March 11.