Richter Arts Winter / Fall 2015 Schedule of Events
Sunday, August 30 at 3 p.m. - For lovers of Puccini’s music, soprano Claire Stadtmueller will bring the roles of Mimi, Madama Butterfly, and Tosca to life in the Richter House salon.
Sunday, September 6 at 3 pm - A special Labor Day weekend concert by the Danbury Brass Band under the direction of Alan Raph, featuring folk, jazz, patriotic, and ethnic music. In case of rain, the concert will be held indoors in the Richter House salon.
Sunday, September 13 - Popular pianist Hank Milligan is back with a jazz program - fun, exciting, and toe tapping.
Sunday, September 20 - Note new time: Chip Zellner's Berkshire Big Band will usher in the fall season at 2 pm outdoors on the Richter House lawn. The popular band, composed of many of the area’s top notch musicians, will perform music from the big band era plus some exciting new sounds. In case of rain, the concert will be canceled.
Sunday, September 27 - A performance by the Gray School of Irish Dance, which has educated dancers of all ages and levels for 38 years. An opportunity for audience participation.
Sept. 29 from 3-7 p.m. - Receiving for the Annual Juried Art Show
Saturday, October 3 from 3-5 p.m. - The Juried Art show opening reception. Show continues for another weekend, ending on thru Sunday, October 11. (Performances from 3-4 on the Sundays)
Sunday, October 4 - Baritone George Heath - classic American tunes and other favorites.
Sunday, October 11 - A jazz concert featuring top musicians from the WCSU renowned music program.
Sunday, October 18 - To commemorate a pivotal part of American history, the popular pair of versatile singers, Joanne Kant and Wanda Grochowski, presents a new program that is sure to touch a nostalgic chord, "The Songs of World War II".
Sunday, October 26 - An audience favorite, Billy Michael, closes the season with a musical review in song and story of the 113 year history of the Danbury Fair.
Videos of many of our past events are available on our Videos page.
The Richter Association for the Arts is partially supported by the Danbury Cultural Commission and private donors.
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