Connecticut’s Premier Professional Choir
Our mission is to perpetuate and perform with excellence choral music of the highest quality for the broadest possible audience. We bring that mission to life through a commitment to artistic excellence, masterful performances, and educational enrichment in the community, enhancing the lives of generations.
From Bach to Blues, Flamenco to Folk, the Society provides guitar enthusiasts with unique opportunites to hear and play the guitar in intimate settings throughout Connecticut.
The Connecticut Classical Guitar Society is a non-profit presenting arts organization. It is the largest organization of its kind serving the general public and classical guitarists by providing a forum for listening, learning, performing and teaching.
The Nutmeg Symphony Orchestra is a professional orchestra providing classical music concerts and musical services for residents of Greater Bristol, the Farmington Valley and Northwestern Connecticut. The musicians are an integral part of the fabric of music making in Connecticut, playing in many Connecticut orchestras and chamber music groups. Many have private teaching studios. They are among the finest orchestra players in the state.
This community orchestra is dedicated to improving the quality of life in our charming town of West Hartford, and presenting the highest quality of orchestral concerts for people of all ages.
The Hartt School is recognized for the quality of its educational programs in music, dance, and theatre. Founded in 1920 by Julius Hartt, Moshe Paranov, and associated teachers, Hartt became one of three founding institutions of the University of Hartford in 1957.
The Hartford Chorale, founded in 1972, is a chorus of more than 140 men and women who are selected annually through competitive auditions. Singers come from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island, and represent diverse occupations in business and the professions. The Chorale provides experienced, talented singers with the opportunity to study and perform at an exceptional level of musicianship. Through its concerts and collaborations with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and other organizations, the Chorale seeks to reach and inspire the widest possible audiences with exceptional performances of a broad range of choral literature, including renowned choral masterpieces.
The mission of the Manchester Symphony and Chorale (MSOC) is to: 1) promote the performance of quality orchestral and choral music on a non-profit basis; 2) enhance the enjoyment and enrichment of its members; 3) contribute to the furtherance of the performing arts in the community; and 4) serve as an educational force in the Town of Manchester and surrounding areas, especially for young instrumentalists and singers.
The Musical Club of Hartford, Inc., is a non-profit Connecticut organization celebrating its 114th anniversary this year. It was founded by a small group of music lovers who met frequently to perform for each other. Over the past century its membership has grown to almost 300 music lovers, who meet to perform or listen to performances of classical music. Membership is open to performers or to those who simply enjoy classical music, providing a network for musicians from the Greater Hartford area.
The Simsbury Light Opera Company (SLOCO) has been in continuous operation since 1946 making it one of the longest surviving non-profit light opera companies in the nation. SLOCO presents its major production each spring at Simsbury High School. These productions feature principal performers from throughout Connecticut and western Massachusetts, plus a 40 to 50-plus member chorus of experienced amateur singers, with the support and direction of SLOCO leaders.
Vocal music of the Baroque, Renaissance and other Musical Periods.
Our goal is to help you to pursue your dreams in the performing arts, whether your dream is to become a professional performer or to simply be a participant in an artistic experience.
The Waterbury Symphony Orchestra is located in Waterbury, Connecticut. The symphony performs classical and popular music throughout the year. Whether you are an avid symphony goer, a musician, or just someone that likes to listen to great music, be sure to check us out! We have great ticket prices for all ages and often have group discounts available.
Do you want to join a chorus? The Association of Connecticut Choruses (ACC) is a non-profit organization of community, festival, college/university, and church choirs, and individual singers that was established in 1981 to promote and encourage choral music in Connecticut.
The Farmington Valley Symphony Orchestra is a non-profit community orchestra. We perform five or more times during each concert season in several differrent locations in and around Farmington, Connecticut.
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