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  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas- Pepperland Performance

    247 College Street New Haven, CT Thursday,Jun 21 to Friday,Jun 22 at 8:00pm for Both June 21 and June 22

    The Beatles’ album “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” has turned 50. To salute the milestone in musical history, The International Festival of Arts & Ideas partnered with arts organizations from around the world to commission the Mark Morris Dance Group’s creation of Pepperland.

    More information available at www.artidea.org or at (203) 498-3771

  • The Barnum Museum- Make Music Day Event

    820 Main Street Bridgeport, CT Thursday,Jun 21 at 4PM – 5PM

    Ukuleleist Nina Lesiga would hold an outdoor pop up concert of songs for easy listening and singing along in front of The Barnum Museum. A few demonstration ukuleles are available for those interested in learning the ukulele.

    More information available at www.barnum-museum.org or at 203-331-1104

  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas- The Meadows Brothers Performance

    270 Temple Street New Haven, CT Wednesday,Jun 20 at 5:30pm

    The Meadows Brothers have a distinct brand of roots music that combines folk, blues, country and rock ‘n’ roll.

    More information available at www.artidea.org or at (203) 498-3771

  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas-Kaki King Performance

    470 College Street New Haven, CT Wednesday,Jun 20 at 8:00pm

    Kaki King combining her imagination with virtuoso technique, The Neck is A Bridge to the Body is Kaki King’s storytelling as she celebrates the guitar through an audio-visuals.

    More information available at www.artidea.org or at (203) 498-3771

  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas- Ruth B Performance

    Festival Stage on the New Haven Green Saturday,Jun 16 at 7pm

    Ruth B combines a soulful voice with powerful lyrics that are both universal and unmistakably her own.

    More information available at www.artidea.org or at (203) 498-3771

  • Maritime Aquarium Auto Show

    10 N. Water St. Norwalk, CT Saturday,Jun 16 at 10AM - 5PM

    The Aquarium’s first-ever Auto Show would feature cars all named for marine animals, including a 1954 Bangert Manta Ray, a 1962 Tiburon (Shark) Roadster, plus Marlins, Barracudas, Sting Rays and more.

    More information available at www.maritimeaquarium.org or at (203) 852-0700

  • Southampton Arts Center -The Paper Bag Project

    25 Jobs Lane Southampton, NY Friday,Jun 15 at 2 PM-5 PM

    Attendees have the opportunity to help paint and cut hundreds of brown paper bags that become part of Fall 2018 Installation artist Francisco Alvarado-Juárez’s fall exhibition, Light of the Ocean.

    More information available at www.southamptonartscenter.org or at 631-283-0967

  • Bruce Museum-Symposium. Native Bees of Connecticut

    1 Museum Drive Greenwich, CT Wednesday,Jun 13 at 6:00pm - 8:00pm

    In this mini-symposium, Bee expert Dr. Kimberly Stoner, Associate Agricultural Scientist, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, delivers the keynote address, Beyond the Honey Bee – Native Bees of Connecticut.

    Please note reservations are required.

    More information available at www.brucemuseum.org or at 203.869.0376

  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas- The Joe Carter Samba Rio Trio Performance

    230 Temple Street New Haven, CT Wednesday,Jun 13 at 8:45pm

    The international trio is well versed in the various Brazilian styles of music—Samba, Bossa Nova, Baiao, Choro. By combining this music with straight-ahead Hard Bop Jazz the trio creates a style known as Brazilian Jazz.

    More information available at www.artidea.org or at (203) 498-3771

  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas- The Coastal Reeds Performance

    230 Temple Street New Haven, CT Tuesday,Jun 12 at 7:30pm

    The Coastal Reeds performs for communities throughout Connecticut, showcasing the unique sounds of the double reed instruments. Learn the history of these instruments, how double reeds work, the interesting sound they make and more.

    More information available at www.artidea.org or at (203) 498-3771

  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas- Elegant Primates Performance

    425 College St New Haven, CT Tuesday,Jun 12 at 8:45pm

    Elegant Primates perform original world beat pop music with Latin, African and Caribbean influences. They blend four-part vocal harmonies with percussion.

    More information available at www.artidea.org or at (203) 498-3771

  • The International Festival of Arts & Ideas- Flor de Toloache and Las Cafeteras Performance

    Festival Stage on the New Haven Green Sunday,Jun 10 at 6pm

    Flor de Toloache combines many different influences to create an edgy, versatile, and fresh take on traditional mariachi music.

    Las Cafeteras brings together traditional Son Jarocho sounds, Afro-Mexican rhythms, the traditional dance zapateado and more.

    More information available at www.artidea.org or at (203) 498-3771

  • Klein Memorial Auditorium- New England Ballet Company Performance

    910 Fairfield Ave Bridgeport, CT Sunday,Jun 10 at 5pm

    Retrospective Renewal” would be a look back at Artistic Director Victor Trevino’s choreography with the purpose of looking forward to renewing and revitalizing the future of New England Ballet Company.

    More information available at www.theklein.org or at (800) 424-0160

  • Resilient Bridgeport Public Information Meeting

    Schelfhaudt Gallery, Arnold Bernhard Arts & Humanities Center, 84 Iranistan Avenue, Bridgeport, CT Wednesday,Jun 6 at 6-8 PM

    Resilient Bridgeport is a prototype for the region’s coastal areas. It consists of a resilience strategy and pilot projects focused on protecting homes, businesses and infrastructure in the South End of Bridgeport from chronic and acute flooding.

    The evening begins promptly at 6 PM with a presentation on project progress, the EIS process and design alternatives. Following the presentation, attendees are able to stay for an open discussion on the design alternatives. Open to the public.

    More information available at www.resilientbridgeport.com

  • Milford Arts Council- Paint in Workshop

    81 Naugatuck Avenue Milford CT Tuesday,Jun 5 at 7pm - 9pm

    Be led step by step to create a unique painting in an evening by an instructor

    More information available at www.milfordarts.org or at 203-878-6647

  • Cinema Arts Centre- Screenwriters Discussion Group

    423 Park Avenue Huntington NY Monday,May 28 at 7:30 PM

    Screenwriters Discussion Group discusses and reads various Screenplays. Screenwriters Discussion Group also provides information for anyone interested in writing for film and related media.

    More information available at www.cinemaartscentre.org or at 631.423.7611

  • Bridgeport Public Library- Greater Bridgeport Toastmasters Open House

    925 Broad Street, Bridgeport, CT Wednesday,May 23 at 5pm

    The Greater Bridgeport Toastmasters Open House includes a presentation that focuses on the ability to improve public speaking skills, creating speeches and more.

    More information available at www.bportlibrary.org or at (203) 576-7400

  • Fairfield County SCORE- Technology Basics Workshop

    691 Morehouse Road Easton, CT Tuesday,May 22 at 6:30 PM to 8PM

    Learn about four technology basics for operating a business such as :

    ∙ How to keep a business running
    ∙ What to run a business with
    ∙ and more…

    More information available www.fairfieldcounty.score.org or at (203) 831-0065

  • Play- LEONARD PELKEY

    Friday,May 11 to Sunday,May 20

    The Absolute Brightness of Leonard Pelkey
    May 3 – May 20
    Directed by Tom Holehan

    One actor portrays every character in a small Jersey Shore town as he unravels the story of Leonard Pelkey, a tenaciously optimistic and flamboyant 14-year-old boy who goes missing.

    Square One Theatre Company
    Performances at Stratford Academy 719 Birdseye Street Stratford, CT

    INFO- https://www.squareonetheatre.com/core-values/ 203-375-8778

  • Bruce Museum- Outdoor Crafts Festival

    1 Museum Drive Greenwich, CT Saturday,May 19 to Sunday,May 20 at 10am to 5pm

    The Bruce Museum’s Outdoor Crafts Festival runs rain or shine from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on the grounds of the Museum. Artisans in ceramics, decorative fiber, glassware, furniture, and more. The Festival also includes demonstrations and cuisine on both days

    More information available at www.brucemuseum.org or at 203-869-0376

  • Sag Harbor Cultural Heritage Weekend- Steinbeck Literature reading

    290 Main Street Sag Harbor NY Friday,May 18 to Sunday,May 20 at Friday, May 18 at 5 p.m. Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    A marathon reading of “The Winter of Our Discontent.” The event begins on Friday, May 18 at 5 p.m. with a talk by Susan Shillinglaw, Director of the National Steinbeck Center. “The Winter of Our Discontent” was Steinbeck’s last novel, written while he lived in Sag Harbor.The marathon runs Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

    WPKN Staff and friends are among the readers for the event.

  • Ridgefield Playhouse- Celebrity Voice Coach Platform Showcase

    80 East Ridge Ridgefield, CT Sunday,May 20 at 8:30pm

    Recording artist turned vocal coach Samantha Cole produces the Celebrity Voice Coach Platform Showcase. Every showcase features Samantha’s students performing originals and covers, backed by a live band. Singers from the tri-state area work with Samantha to fulfill the dream to sing at the top of their game.

    More information available at www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org or at (203) 438-5795

  • The Klein Auditorium- Spring Concert Performance

    910 Fairfield Ave Bridgeport, CT Sunday,May 20 at 2pm

    For this year’s Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestras spring concert, hear Jazz and Classical Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestras ensembles and more.

    More information available at www.theklein.org or at (800) 424-0160

  • The Bijou Theatre- Carla Cooke Performance

    275 Fairfield Ave Bridgeport, CT Saturday,May 19 at 7pm

    Carla Cooke is the daughter of musician Sam Cooke. Carla performs in the style of Gospel, R&B, Soul and Pop.

    More information available at www.bijoutheatrect.net or at 203-296-9605

  • Southampton Arts Center- Mambo Loco Performance

    25 Jobs Lane Southampton, NY Saturday,May 19 at 7-9 PM

    Formed in 2003, Mambo Loco performs in the style of Latin Jazz.

    More information available at www.southamptonartscenter.org or at 631-283-0967

  • FOLK MUSIC PANEL- WESTON

    Saturday,May 19 at 7:30PM

    The Weston Historical Society takes you back with “Folk Music in the 60s: The Coffee House” featuring four nationally known folksinger/songwriters.

    “Folk Music in the 60s: The Coffee House” is a mix of spirited panel discussion, live performances, Q and A and a hootenanny. Host/emcee Roger Kaufman and composer/singer/radio-host Robin Batteau, composer/singer Rob Carlson, singer/songwriter/activist Jon Gailmor, and arranger/singer-songwriter Jeff Southworth. The group will share the storied history of American Folk Music. A traditional sing-a-long “Hootenanny” will wrap up the evening.

    Saturday, May 19th at 7:30pm, Norfield Grange – 12 Good Hill Road, Weston
    Ticket info- http://www.westonhistoricalsociety.org/coffee-house/

  • Milford Arts Council- Mikata Performance

    40 Railroad Avenue, Milford, CT Friday,May 18 at 8 pm

    Live Salsa music and dancing with Mikata.

    Mikata performs a full repertoire Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Bolero, Cha-cha and Latin Jazz.

    More information available at www.milfordarts.org or at 203-878-6647

  • Dana Fuchs Band Performance

    70 Sanford Street Fairfield CT Friday,May 18 at 7PM

    The Dana Fuchs Band performs in the style of Blues Rock.

    More information available at www.fairfieldtheatre.org or at 203-259-1036

  • Palace Theater- Avery Sharpe Trio Performance

    100 East Main Street, Waterbury CT Friday,May 18 at 7pm

    The Avery Sharpe Trio, with bassist-composer Avery Sharpe performs in the style of Jazz.

    More information available at www.palacetheaterct.org or at 203-346-2000

  • NOFA- ORGANIC MANAGEMENT OF INVASIVE PLANTS

    Wednesday,May 16 at 10AM-3PM

    Take the synthetic chemicals out of your land management plan when NOFA A.O.L.C.P. and organic land care leader, Mike Nadeau shares his organic trade secrets for removing unwanted vegetation.

    https://ctnofa.z2systems.com/np/clients/ctnofa/event.jsp?event=542& or 203-308-2584

    Beardsley Zoo | Bridgeport, CT

  • Mattatuck Museum- Tai Chi

    144 West Main Street Waterbury, CT Wednesday,May 16 at 10am - 11am

    Tai Chi instructor Joe Atkins instructs the Tai chi session to help improve balance, flexibility and mobility. All levels welcome.

    More information available at www.mattmuseum.org or at (203) 753-0381

  • Ridgefield playhouse- Making Her Story: Carolyn Miles Discussion

    80 East Ridge Ridgefield, CT Tuesday,May 15 at 7pm

    WNPR’s Lucy Nalpathanchil hosts in-depth, one-on-one conversations with Connecticut-based women.

    Carolyn Miles, President and Chief Executive Officer of Save The Children shares her story with others.

    More information available at www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org or at (203) 438-5795

  • Creative Arts Workshop- Introduction to Natural Dyes Workshop

    80 Audubon St, New Haven CT Saturday,May 12 at 1pm – 3pm

    Learn about color harvested from roots, bark, leaves, and flowers. In this workshop, learn how to extract dyes from plants and how to prepare wool, cotton, and silk for dyeing.

    More information available at www.creativeartsworkshop.org or at 203-562-4927

  • PAUL WINTER- A CELEBRATION OF BRAZIL

    Saturday,May 12 at 8PM

    Voices Cafe
    Paul Winter will be joined by three masters of the Art of Brazilian Music.
    A Special Benefit Show for KEYS – www.keysmusic.org
    The Unitarian Church, 10 Lyons Plains Rd, Westport CT 06880
    https://voicescafe.org/Phone: 203.227.7205 x 14 – David Vita

  • Milford Arts Council- Open Mic Nite

    40 Railroad Avenue Milford, CT Wednesday,May 9 at 7pm - 10pm

    All performing arts are welcome to the Milford Arts Council Open Mic Nite.

    More information available at www.milfordarts.org or at 203-878-6647

  • The Barnum Museum- PechaKucha Event

    820 Main Street Bridgeport, CT Wednesday,May 9 at 6:30pm

    PechaKucha is Japanese for “chit-chat.” It is a presentation style in which one speaker uses 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds resulting in a total time of 6 minutes and 40 seconds. This keeps presentations focused and fast-paced. There will be multiple speakers.

    More information available at www.barnum-museum.org or at (203) 331-1104

  • A FONT OF HER OWN

    Wednesday,May 9 at 6PM-8PM

    A Letter Writing Party in Support of Women’s Issues.
    The Feminist Letters is a typeface created to amplify. Each letter calls attention to issues like equal pay, reproductive rights, women’s health, women in politics, and campus assault laws. The font is free to download. Come work with us, bring your laptop. We’ll commune, chat, draw, and use this typeface to let our voices be read. With Nasty Women Connecticut and The Feminist Letters.

    The Institute Library, 847 Chapel St, New Haven, CT 06510
    (203) 562-4045
    Registration at institutelibrary.org

  • Palace Theater- Carpenters Remembered Performance

    100 East Main Street, Waterbury CT Tuesday,May 8 at 7:30 PM

    Led by Michelle Berting Brett and accompanied by a live, 7-piece Nashville band directed by Harry Sharpe, the show re-creates the Carpenters’ original sound.

    More information available at www.palacetheaterct.org or at 203-346-2000

  • Fairfield Theater Company- Cinco de Mayo celebration

    70 Sanford Street, Fairfield CT Saturday,May 5 at 5pm-10pm

    Fairfield Theater Company celebrate Cinco de Mayo with the sounds of the Jenn Durkin and the Business and Rick Reyes and the Cosmic Jibaros.

    Please note the event is age 21 and over.

    More information available at www.fairfieldtheatre.org or at 203-259-1036

  • Guilford Arts Center- Nature Printing On Fabric Workshop

    411 Church Street Guilford, CT Saturday,May 5 at 1:30pm-4:30pm

    A workshop utilizing fabric paints, inks and nature items. Items such as leaves, flowers and seedpods are printed on linen and cotton fabrics.

    More information available at www.guilfordartcenter.org or at 203-453-5947

  • Ridgefield Playhouse- The Pop Music Academy Spring 2018 Showcase Performance

    80 East Ridge Ridgefield, CT Saturday,May 5 at 7:30pm

    On May 5th, singers, musicians and a live band are featured at The Pop Music Academy Spring Showcase. Performers include talent from The Pop Music Academy roster, and a house band of professional musicians.

    More information available at www.ridgefieldplayhouse.org or at (203) 438-5795

  • Mark Naftalin’s Blue Wednesday Party

    323 Bar and Restaurant, 323 Main Street in Westport Parking available at the parking lot right across the street. Wednesday,May 2 at 7 pm

    Music kicks off at 7 pm with acoustic piano solos by WPKN’s blues radio host, Mark Naftalin and continues with the Blue Wednesday Band featuring singer-guitarist Chance Browne and their Guest, blues harp-man Manny Foglio.

    The Blue Wednesday Parties will be on the first and third Wednesdays of every month.

  • Greater Port Jefferson-Northern Brookhaven Arts Council- Great Ladies of Piano Performance

    23 Fairway Drive, Port Jefferson NY Monday,Apr 30 at 6:30pm

    Great Ladies of Piano: Songs from America’s Songbook: Nina Simone, Sara Vaughn, Miriam Makeba,Hazel Scott & Roberta Flack.

    Featuring a performance by Robbi Kumalo with percussionist Leopoldo F. Fleming

    More information available at www.gpjac.org or at 631-473-5220

  • Cinema Arts Centre- Word Up: Long Island LitFest

    423 Park Avenue Huntington NY Sunday,Apr 29 at 10 AM

    Word Up: Long Island LitFest, a day of workshops, author readings and more.

    Workshops are on topics such as Storytelling Improv and Publishing.

    More information available at www.cinemaartscentre.org or at 631-423-7611

  • The Klein Auditorium- Greater Bridgeport Symphony Performance

    910 Fairfield Ave Bridgeport, CT Saturday,Apr 28 at 8PM

    Greater Bridgeport Symphony performs music from Aaron Copland, George Gershwin and Scott Joplin.

    More information available at www.theklein.org or at (203) 576-0263

  • PLASTIC BAG INFO SESSION

    Wednesday,Apr 25 at 7pm-8:30pm

    -how to ban the plastic bag in a community
    -the process of a community plastic bag ban campaign
    -how to get a community to start exploring options and solutions to the plastic bag issue.
    -information about House Bill 6313: Tax on single use plastic and paper bags

    All are welcome. No prior knowledge of plastic bag solutions is needed. The next Plastic Bag Information Session will be at RCSD Outcomes and Action Steps, Wednesday, April 25, at Fairfield University from 7pm – 8:30pm.

    info- Daphne Dixon, Live Green CT!
    203-536-4695, daphne@livegreenct.org

  • Mattatuck Museum- Lecture: Sol LeWitt: Arcs and Tangents

    144 West Main Street Waterbury, CT Tuesday,Apr 24 at 11am - 1pm

    Janet Passehl, Curator of The LeWitt Collection, delivers the annual Julia Q. Keggi Lecture: Sol LeWitt: Arcs and Tangents. Passehl delivers a lecture that explores the five components of LeWitt’s practice: works on paper, wall drawings, structures, prints and photographs

    More information available at www.mattmuseum.org or at (203) 753-0381

  • Suffolk County Historical Society- Orchid Tea and Talk

    300 West Main Street, Riverhead, NY Saturday,Apr 21 at 1pm

    Guest Speaker Bill Bianchi speaks on the history and care of orchids. The event includes teas and more.

    More information available at www.suffolkcountyhistoricalsociety.org or at 631-727-2881

    Reservations are required.

  • Mark Twain Library- Fiction Writing Workshop

    439 Redding Road Redding, CT Saturday,Apr 21 at 10AM - 5PM

    Workshop instructor Susan Breen provides an one-day workshop in fiction writing that combines lectures on craft (plot, character, point of view, description) with writing exercises. Open to writers of any level.

    More information available at www.marktwainlibrary.org or at (203) 938-2545

  • Southampton Town Electric & Hybrid Car Event

    Good Ground Park, 9 Squiretown Road Hampton Bays, NY Saturday,Apr 21 at 12pm-4pm

    Electric and hybrid cars on display as well as residential solar energy information, food trucks, and more.

  • Fairfield County SCORE- Trademarks for Creatives Workshop

    Housatonic Community College Beacon Hall Room 357 900 Lafayette Boulevard Bridgeport, CT Monday,Apr 16 at 6:30pm

    Learn at the workshop about how to trademark, different types of trademarks and more.

    More information available at www.fairfieldcounty.score.org or at (203) 831-0065

  • Bruce Museum- Sunday Afternoon Lecture

    1 Museum Drive Greenwich, CT Sunday,Apr 15 at 3pm - 5pm

    New Haven photographer Raymond Smith presents a lecture titled “I Am a Camera,” which will be followed by a Q&A. The reception is at 3:00 pm, followed the lecture at 3:30 pm.

    More information available at www.brucemuseum.org or at 203-869-0376

  • Creative Arts Workshop- Pottery Sampler Workshop

    80 Audubon St, New Haven CT Sunday,Apr 15 at 1:30 pm – 4pm

    Be introduced to the studio and briefed on how to use the equipment. Then, learn with the potter’s wheel and clay. Tools are provided.

    More information available at www.creativeartsworkshop.org or at 203-562-4927

  • Milford Arts Council- Open Mic Nite

    40 Railroad Avenue South, Milford, CT Wednesday,Apr 11 at 7pm - 10pm

    All performing arts are welcome to the Milford Arts Council Open Mic Nite.

    More information available at www.milfordarts.org or at 203-878-6647

  • Long Island Coalition for the Homeless – Have a Heart for the Homeless Candlelight Vigil

    2350 Broadhollow Road, Farmingdale, NY Tuesday,Apr 10 at 6:30pm-8:30pm

    On April 10th from 6:30pm-8:30pm the Long Island Coalition for the Homeless will hold its Candlelight Vigil for the Homeless at Farmingdale State College. The Vigil brings together members of the community, folks who wish to raise awareness, and homeless/at risk Long Islanders and agencies who serve them. In addition to information for persons in need, the event will have financial literacy sessions, haircuts, and other services available. Also, there would be music from guest musicians.

    More information is available at www.addressthehomeless.org or at (631) 464-4314

  • Yale Jazz Ensemble and Reunion Jazz Ensemble – Stan Wheeler Memorial Jazz Concert performance

    127 Wall Street New Haven, CT Sunday,Apr 8 at 1:30 p.m.

    Annual Jazz concert dedicated to the memory of late Yale Law School Professor and trumpeter Stan Wheeler. The Yale Jazz Ensemble, Thomas C. Duffy, Music Director and the Reunion Jazz Ensemble. Doors open at 1:30 p.m.

    More information available at www.yale.edu/yaleband or at 203-432-4111

  • Mattatuck Museum- Community Free Day

    144 West Main Street Waterbury, CT Sunday,Apr 8 at 12pm - 5pm

    Learn about art and history at the Museum with changing exhibitions and selections from the permanent collection during Community Free Day. Also includes activities such as the Art Cart.

    More information available at www.mattmuseum.org or at (203) 753-0381

  • Fairfield Theatre Company- Sam Bush with Danny Burns Performance

    70 Sanford Street Fairfield CT Saturday,Apr 7 at 7:45PM

    Sam Bush with Danny Burns perform Bluegrass fused with Jazz, Rock, Blues and Funk

    More information available at www.fairfieldtheatre.org or at 203-259-1036

  • Artspace- Opening Reception: Present Phase

    50 Orange Street, New Haven, CT Friday,Apr 6 at 5pm-8pm

    Opening reception and artist talk for Present Phase, an art show of eight new landscape paintings and a wall mural by Rachel Hellerich. The Artist Talk will be from 5:30-6:30pm. The event will be free and open to the public.

    More information available at www.artspacenewhaven.org or at 203-772-2709

  • Yale Center for Collaborative Arts and Media -“The Raft” Performance

    149 York Street, New Haven, CT Tuesday,Apr 3 at 7:30 PM

    “The Raft” is the product of one of the first collaborations at Yale’s Center for Collaborative Arts and Media, with music by Jack Vees and video and stage design by Johannes DeYoung.

    A further Yale connection is the Sandbox Percussion Quartet, all recent graduates from the Yale School of Music, and veterans of the Yale Percussion Group.

    “The Raft” is based on the writings and ideas of Thor Heyerdahl

    The performance will be in the newly renovated gallery space in Center for Collaborative Arts and Media referred to as “The Bakery”.

    The performance is open to the public.

    More information available at https://ccam.yale.edu or at 203-432-2883