Legendary conductor Gustav Meier has died

Gustav Meier, conductor emeritus of the Greater Bridgeport Symphony, died this morning, Friday, May 27, at his home in Ann Arbor, Mich., where he had been under hospice care for several weeks. He was
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Sawyer Frederick headlines 2016 Norwalk Oyster fest

This just in. Here is the PRESS RELEASE in its entirety. The Norwalk Seaport Association announced tonight that Sawyer Frederick, winner of NBC’s Emmy Award®-winning The Voice competition in 2015,
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Prohibition ‘tea’ party set for June 4 at Wilton Historical Society

From left, staff members Lola Chen and Amy Fallas-Kerr, and Trustee Kim Mellin, are all decked out as flappers for a Prohibition “Tea” Party June 4 at the Wilton Historical Society. The fundraiser
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‘Phantom’ featured at St. Emery’s fundraising concert

FAIRFIELD’S Saint Emery’s Parish invites the public to a fundraising concert Sunday, June 5, featuring “Phantom of the Opera” star Frank Mastrone, the Saint Emery Festival Choir and Parish Music
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Free CSWinds concert May 21 in Fairfield

The Connecticut Symphonic Winds play at a free indoor concert, Saturday, May 21 in Fairfield.
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What a week! ‘My Paris’ & ‘Electric Paris’ open in Connecticut

MY OPINION What a week! I haven’t had such a delightful arts week in a long time! This week saw the opening of two Paris art-related events: “My Paris,” a new musical depicting the life of artist
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Free GBYO family concert May 21 on Pequot Library Great Lawn

CELEBRATE spring with the Pequot Library’s annual outdoor family pops concert featuring members of the Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestras on Saturday, May 21, from 3 to 5 p.m. Those attending are
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‘Walk and Talk,’ luncheon May 20 in Wilton with basket artists

Jonathan Kline, basket-maker, above. As a complement to its new exhibit, “Celebrating Hickory, Ash & Reed: Traditional Baskets, Contemporary Makers,” the Wilton Historical Society will host a ‘Walk &
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