Events

Faculty Concert Series 

All concerts are held in the NMS Recital Hall. Concerts are free and open to the public.

MUSICAL AMERICANAA Veteran’s Day Tribute
Friday, November 10   –  7:30 pm
Harmonia V Wind Quintet Works include “Three American Perennials” by Rick Sowash and “Crescent City Suite” by Chris Brubeck. Jennifer Berman, flute (guest); Janet Rosen, oboe (faculty); Jim Forgey, clarinet (guest); Robert Hoyle, French horn (guest); Sue Zoellner-Cross, bassoon (faculty). Gary Harger, voice & David Bell, piano Cabaret-style reflections featuring songs by Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Marvin Hamlisch,  Rodgers and Hammerstein and others.Phil Rosenthal Nationally renowned singer, songwriter and recording artist Phil Rosenthal performs familiar folk songs of  Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger accompanied by guitar, banjo or mandolin.

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TELEMANIA!
Friday, December 8 –  7:30 pm
This concert celebrates the 250th anniversary of Georg Philip Telemann’s death (1685-1767).  Here’s a glimpse as to why Telemann was considered the most famous of all Baroque composers in his time. This program includes fantasias, sonatas, a seasonal cantata and a sprinkling of works by other Baroque composers. Featuring Rosalind Morley (violas da gamba); Sarah Reed, soprano; Hideki Yamaya (gallichon/lute); Lawrence Zukof (recorders).

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More Faculty Concerts to come in 2018!


PAST EVENTS:

Fall Free For All
September 18 – 30,
The Whitney-Audubon Retail and Arts district held its second annual Fall Free For All. Two weeks of free family fun activities, including September 23rd’s event day which held a bunch of exciting outdoor activities. This event is made possible with the support and cooperation of the following organizations: Arts Council of Greater New Haven, Creative Arts Workshop, ACES Educational Center for the Arts, Neighborhood Music School, New Haven Ballet, Town Green Special Services District and Yale University Properties/Whitney-Audubon Retail & Arts District.
Learn more about Fall Free For All here.


Twilight Tuesdays

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.

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.