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 Calling Connecticut Authors and Illustrators: The Connecticut Book Awards Are Back!   Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut   @287 Gallery, 287 Main Street, Danbury, CT 06810  The first event in the series, "The Connecticut Book Awards: Calling Connecticut Authors & Illustrators".   

Calling Connecticut Authors and Illustrators: The Connecticut Book Awards Are Back!

Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut 
@287 Gallery, 287 Main Street, Danbury, CT 06810

The first event in the series, "The Connecticut Book Awards: Calling Connecticut Authors & Illustrators".


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Ironwood Piano Trio with violin and cello

The Richter Association for the Arts next recital is April 22 at Richter Park. 

In 2016, Ironwood Piano Trio was founded by Kai Pangune Kim, pianist, Janey Choi, violinist and Melissa Westgate, cellist. 

Their program, part of the 2018 Spring Season will include Beethoven’s sublime “Archduke” Trio and Piazzolla’s “Primavera Portena” from the the Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.

All programs begin at 2 P.M. at the Richter Art Center 100 Aunt Hack Road Danbury, Connecticut. 




Chamber Music Evening - Danbury Music Centre

The musicians of the Danbury Music Centre come together for their 4th Annual Chamber Music Evening to raise funds for the DMC and to do what they love the most, make music together, April 21 between 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm.

This program features Hat City Flutes, Danbury Trombone Outfit, wind ensembles , string ensembles and more!

Admission is free, donations are gratefully accepted at the door and benefit the programs of the Danbury Music Centre.

Refreshments will be served

APRIL 26, 27 & 28 for the 2018 Season

This Season: 
Legally Blond and Annie
Fairy tale Theater

Boys and Girls, Adults and Teens... All ages, but each age group as their own special time. Auditions at the Richter Art Center 100 Aunt Hack Road here in Danbury, Connecticut. 

Please have a musical theater number prepared. 
Bring sheet music in the proper key, and be ready to sing, if necessary, only the best 16 measures.
An accompanist will be provided.

Be prepared to learn a short dance combination and read from the script if asked.

Fairy Tale candidates will read from a script excerpt that will be provided at the time of the audition. Looking for personality, no experience necessary.
There is no singing in Fairy Tale Theater.

Additional MANDATORY requirements are at the Musicals at Richter website, 


A Behind The Scenes Look At The White Album

Be inside the Palace Danbury Friday April 20, 2018 by 8PM


Go inside the studio with The Beatles as they create their bestselling album.

In this live, multimedia presentation, Scott Freiman, one of the world’s foremost Fab Four scholars, transports fans to the Abbey Road Studio with The Beatles as they create their bestselling White Album.  With rare insights, anecdotes, film clips, and recordings, he takes audiences on a journey through performances and recording sessions, allowing viewers to see and hear the evolution of groundbreaking songs and understand their lasting influence on popular music. 

Happy 50th Anniversary White Album

Playing the Palace

THIS IS IT… KISS THE SKY! – THE WORLD’S GREATEST JIMI HENDRIX TRIBUTE.  KISS THE SKY boldly presents the world’s most historically accurate Jimi Hendrix tribute show ever! Featuring meticulous detailed re-productions in every aspect of look and sound, this show re-creates Jimi Hendrix’s most classic concerts & stage performances.

Kiss The Sky features virtuoso guitarist and former Columbia recording artist, Jimy Bleu. Bleu is the longest running Hendrix tribute artist in the world. He boasts Jimi’s landmark left handed, behind his back playing virtuoso guitar skills, and tours with former Hendrix Bassist, Billy Cox and his Band of Gypsys Experience.

Lullaby Requiem

In the history of classical music, there has never been a major orchestral and choral requiem written as a memorial for the children we have lost to violence! It was with this thought that Eric Lewis began composing the Lullaby Requiem.

The Lullaby Requiem is conceived as an eleven movement symphony. Six movements are currently completed, the other 5 awaiting funding that will allow the project to continue and move forward into production.

Festival Fun

The CityCenter Danbury is looking for artists and artisans for the June Street Festival.

Sign up by May first. The Festival is an all day event covering all of Main Street Danbury. Last year there were scores of participants and hundreds of visitors. Don't miss this opportunity to put your crafts in front of the public.

Click here to get the Festival form.

Charles Ives Concert Series: Art Song in America - Danbury Music Centre

On Saturday, April 28 Head out to hear Mezzo-soprano Kara Dugan and pianist Peter Dugan who come to Danbury for the first-ever concert of vocal music on the Ives Series.

The music begins at 7 o’clock in the Marian Anderson Recital Hall, 256 Main Street, Danbury, Connecticut.

The concert features Kara and Peter Dugan. She’ll sing an array of works that are emblematic of the American art song. This includes works by Charles Ives, family member Leonardo Dugan, and Ives Series artistic director, Paul Frucht. And there will be other works that cross genres into American jazz and musical theatre.

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The Well Worn Path

Works by Erin McAtee
April 14, - May 5, 2018
Artist Reception April 14, 2018 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Trailer Box Project

15 Great Pasture Rd, Unit 15, Danbury, Connecticut 06810

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