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A CONCERT FOR THE COMMUNITY: Beethoven Symphony No. 9 and Schumann Piano Concerto

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Joing Maestro Edward Cumming on Friday, October 13, as he leads the Hartt Orchestra and the Hartford Chorale for a performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9, "Ode to Joy". The program will open with Schumann’s Piano Concerto in A minor, featuring the internationally acclaimed pianist and Hartt faculty member, David Westfall

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LIONS GATE TRIO AND FACULTY OF THE HARTT SCHOOL PRESENT THE 2017 ODE TO JOY FESTIVAL

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Join the Lion’s Gate Trio, Hartt’s trio in residence, and Hartt faculty members for the Ode to Joy Chamber Music Festival. Ode to Joy features four concerts in four days at The Hartt School. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to immerse yourself in unforgettable chamber and vocal music!  Read More

Actor Training Students Study With Well-Known Directors on Campus and Abroad

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Billy Saunders Jr. ’17 says it was a rewarding experience to work with the renowned British director and actor Peter Craze, who brought The Picture of Dorian Gray to the London stage last year.  Read More

Martha Summa-Chadwick to Receive the 2017 Hartt Alumni Award

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The Hartt School has named Martha Summa-Chadwick ’83 the recipient of the 2017 Hartt Alumni Award, which will be presented during Commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 21, 2017.

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Hartt School Faculty Members to Receive Awards During Commencement Ceremony

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Seven of the University of Hartford’s outstanding faculty members will receive awards during this year’s Undergraduate Commencement ceremony.  Hartt Faculty members Associate Professor Warren Hastons and Professor David Macbride are among those being honored.

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Hartt School Musicians May Perform in a Living Room Near You

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Students in the University of Hartford’s The Hartt School are bringing live musical performances to family living rooms as part of an initiative called Hartt@Home.  Read More