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St. Petersburg Men's Ensemble
Sunday, December 2, 2018 1:00 PM
At St. James' Episcopal Church 25 West Street, Danbury, CT
The St. Petersburg Men's Ensemble, under the direction of Kirill Sokolov, will perform a program of Russian and Western Sacred Music as well as Russian Folk Songs.
This highly professional a capella quartet entertains with superb musicality and a bit of humor. The Ensemble has been touring the US twice a year for almost 15 years and the members are a joy to hear and meet. You won't want to miss this!
CDs and Russian items will be for sale. (Cash only) A cash free will offering will be taken to defray travel costs This concert is partially funded by the Danbury Cultural Commission.
Concert Association Series
Virtuoso performances, in a pitch-perfect setting. Hear top international musicians in an accessible, state-of-the-art venue, at truly affordable prices: season subscriptions are $65. Admission is free for students 18 and under.
Second Concert Frisson, string & wind nonet Sunday, November 11, 2018, at 3 p.m.
All performances take place on Sunday afternoons at the Veronica Hagman Concert Hall, located in the Visual and Performing Arts Center (VPAC) on Western Connecticut State University’s Westside Campus in Danbury, CT.
Sponsored, in part, by the Danbury Cultural Commission.
Danbury Music Centre
The Palace Danbury
165 Main Street Danbury, CT 06810
“OUTSIDE THE BOX”
In Fall of 2017, Mayor Boughton asked local artists and graphic designers to submit draft proposals for consideration in the City’s Traffic Box Art Program. A selection committee chose 7 artists for our first round of 9 traffic boxes. Art was prepped by Merritt Big Color and placed on vinyl wrapping for our traffic boxes.
“Downtown Danbury represents the vibrancy of our city and our community. By partnering with our local residents for this project, we attempt to capture that vibrancy in a new, unique, and artistic way,” said Mayor Boughton. “Our call to artists brought in folks of all ages who live in and around Danbury, to team up with the City and bring this special public art project to life in downtown. We hope you will take a walk through our city center and enjoy these art pieces.”