Ensemble in Residence Program

The Ensemble in Residence Program was established by UConn’s School of Fine Arts and Department of Music with an Academic Plan Grant from the Office of the Provost. This new program will bring to UConn’s regional campuses, and the communities to which they belong, opportunities to experience the artistry and creativity of outstanding student musicians who engage with a diverse range of musical traditions in fourteen different ensembles offered by the Music Department at Storrs. Ensemble concerts will be complemented by workshops involving local K-12 schools and other related events.

Performances:

2016/2017 Season
October 16th: Symphony Orchestra, Infinity Hall – Hartford
November 2nd: Collegium & Chamber Singers, Fish Church – Stamford
November 15th: Blue Line Brass Band, Catherine Kolnaski Magnet School – Groton
November 30th: Osiris Quartet, Palace Theatre – Waterbury
February 5th: Symphony Orchestra with Philip Setzer, Wadsworth Atheneum – Hartford
March 27th: Sax Quartet, Palace Theatre – Waterbury
April 16th: Collegium & Chamber Singers, Fish Church – Stamford
April 17th: Piano Project, Hartford Public Library – Hartford
April 20th: Blue Line Brass Band, Branford House – Groton

2017/2018 Season
October 24th: Symphony Orchestra, Palace Theatre – Stamford
November 1st: Collegium & Chamber Singers, UConn Avery Point – Groton
November 14th: Jazz Ensemble, UConn West Hartford Auditorium – West Hartford
March 8th: Symphony Orchestra, Ferguson Library – Stamford
March 22nd: Jazz Ensemble, UConn West Hartford Auditorium – West Hartford
April 5th: Collegium & Chamber Singers, UConn Avery Point – Groton
April 17th: Symphonic Band, Palace Theatre -Waterbury

 

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