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Musical tribute set for Nov. 6 for Gustav Meier in Fairfield

For more than 40 years, Maestro Gustav Meier worked to burnish the region’s treasure: The Greater Bridgeport Symphony. On Sunday afternoon, Nov. 6, he will be remembered in Fairfield with an afternoon

Violinist Fluchaire to perform in Fairfield with ACO

The American Chamber Orchestra will presents its fall concert on Saturday, Nov. 5, at the First Presbyterian Church of Fairfield at 7:30 p.m. Conducting will be Music Director Christopher Hisey, whose

Free, fantastic Fairfield event in Halloween Village

This sounds like a fantastic, free event at which families throughout the region can celebrate Halloween. pb Halloween on the Green. Free and open to all on the Museum Commons, behind the Fairfield

2016 Fairfield Christmas Tree Festival canceled

This just in from the Fairfield Christmas Tree Festival, an annual event beloved by many throughout Fairfield County… Below is the press announcement in its entirety. pb The Fairfield Christmas Tree

GBS encourages family outing with night at the movies

The Greater Bridgeport Symphony is encouraging a family night out with its Nov. 12 “GBS Goes to the Movies” concert at the Klein Memorial Auditorium in Bridgeport. The concert will feature classical

The Big E: 1.4 million attended 2016 Centennial

The Big E announced today that: “1,418,042 fairgoers helped Eastern States Exposition and the rest of New England celebrate the 2016 Centennial Edition of The Big E in West Springfield, Mass., During

Free Fiesta Latina Oct. 8 at Yale Peabody Museum; schedule announced

HERE’S THE LATEST press announcement FROM Yale’s Peabody Museum regarding its free Latin day activities: The Yale Peabody’s Museum of Natural History, in conjunction with Junta for Progressive Action,

New Vagabond Theatre production of ‘Scarlet Letter’ at Fairfield U.

Tickets $20, $15 for seniors and students. Performances on Friday and Saturday nights at 7, Sundays at 5 p.m.

Connecticut Fairs

Connecticut Fairs Printed earlier: Harvest time means that the fair scene in Connecticut is in full swing. Several “major” fairs, so designated by, are slated in the next few weeks. They

Conductor/cellist visits Bridgeport schools on Wednesday

THIS JUST IN FROM MARK HALSTEAD, executive director of the Greater Bridgeport Symphony: Eric Jacobsen, conductor of the Greater Bridgeport Symphony (GBS) and a world-renowned cellist, visited two