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Twilight Tuesdays     •Fall Free For All


Neighborhood Music School presents Twilight Tuesdays, an outdoor concert series. Join us for two fabulous evenings of music in the Park of the Arts, located behind NMS. We encourage you to bring a picnic dinner. BYOB is welcome. Doors open at 7 pm, concerts start at 7:30.

$15 – General Admission 
$30 – Reserved Table seat
$120 – Reserved Table (4 seats)

To reserve tickets for July 25, Tenor and Bass, click here!
To reserve tickets for August 1, Black Art Jazz Collective, click here!
or call Brandon Gallego at 203-624-5189 x15.

July 25

Tenor and Bass

The evening kicks off with The Mimosa Steel Pan Quartet – featuring Sarah Heath, tenor pan; Debby Teason, double seconds; Carl Testa, bass; Joe Murfin, percussion; and guest Michael Bergman, udu. The group performs upbeat familiar favorites, from both the tropics and the mainland. A totally different kind of “Tenor & Bass” performance follows, with the virtuosic talents of Daniel Juarez, tenor, and Andrew Potter, bass, who will perform operatic arias and duets with pianist Alexis Zingale.

Photo 1: The Mimosa Steel Pan Quartet: Sarah Heath, tenor pan; Debby Teason, double seconds; Carl Testa, bass; Joe Murfin, percussion and Michael Bergman, udu. Photo 2: Daniel Juárez, Tenor.  Photo 3: Andrew Potter, Bass.  Photo 4: Alexis Zingale, Piano.

August 1

Black Art Jazz Collective 

This band has been called “a cross-section of Jazz’s leading voices,” and it is dedicated to celebrating cultural and political icons, as well as preserving the historical significance of African Americans in Jazz. Much of their music is inspired by these well-known icons. This all-star ensemble features: Jeremy Pelt, trumpet; Wayne Escoffery, saxophone; James Burton III, trombone; Victor Gould, piano; Rashaan Carter, bass; and Darrell Green, drums.

Fall Free For All

Outdoor activity day: September 23

Event long activities: September 19 – 29

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