Waterbury Symphony Orchestra

2017 - 2018: Sonic Structures

Music in Great Spaces!

The Great American Songbook Concert


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Free to the Public

June 11, 2017
5:30PM

Taft School's Woodward Chapel
25 the Green, Watertown, CT

Selection of Students and Teachers have been selected for the 2016-2017 Season.

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The Great American Songbook Concert -- FREE EVENT!

 

The Waterbury Symphony Orchestra is very excited to present the American Songbook Project, which will take place on June 11, 2017 at Taft School's Woodward Chapel, 25 the Green in Watertown, CT. The culmination of an intensive weekend long workshop, a half dozen talented young singers will be coached in great songs from the 1920's, 30's, 40's, and 50's which are known collectively as "The Great American Songbook."The concert will take place on Sunday, June 11 at 5:30PM at Woodward Chapel, in a Cabaret showcase featuring teachers and students in performance of the songs learned during the weekend. This exciting event is made possible through the generosity of Norman S. Drubner, who will serve as master of ceremonies for the final showcase.

Taft School's Woodward Chapel
25 the Green, Watertown, CT

 

Overview of Teachers and Students

 

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Teachers; Natalie Douglas and Alex Rybeck

 

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Students; Gregory Driscoll, Natalie Morgan Fisher, Hope Johansen, Jayson Kerr,
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Students; JD Killikelly, Maya Lagerstam, Maria Wirries

 

Directions
to Taft school's Woodward Chapel

Best Routes to Watertown By Car

From Boston (120 miles)
West via Massachusetts Turnpike to Sturbridge, Exit 9; west on Interstate 84 to Exit 20; north on Route 8 (3.9 miles) to Exit 37; Turn left at bottom of exit ramp (route 262 west) for 1.7 miles. At second light, turn right (still on 262). After approximately 2 miles, turn left at 2nd light onto Rt. 6 west. Taft is located on Route 6, on the right, after the third traffic light (a little more than a mile).

 

From New York City (90 miles)
North via Hutchinson River Parkway to White Plains; north on Interstate 684 to Exit 9 east; east on Interstate 84 to Southbury, Exit 15; At bottom of exit ramp, turn left onto Route 6 east to Watertown (12 miles from exit 15).

 

From Albany (105 miles)
East via NY State Thruway (I-90) which becomes Mass Pike. Exit at Exit 2, Head East on Rt. 20, then South on Rt. 8. At Exit 38 (Thomaston), go straight at the bottom of the exit ramp onto Rt. 6 West. Taft is on the right in approximately 7 minutes.

There are daily trains and buses from New York City to nearby Waterbury and regular bus service from Hartford and New Haven.


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Make a Donation to the Symphony!

This charitable event supports the continuation of superior symphonic music in Waterbury, CT. The WSO depends greatly on the generosity of individuals like you to help us continue to fill Northwest Connecticut with beautiful music. Invest in the future of the WSO. Questions? please contact the Waterbury Symphony Administrative office: 203-574-4283

 

 

For more information about purchasing tickets or becoming a sponsor, please contact the Waterbury Symphony Administrative office: 203-574-4283

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Single Ticket purchases are available August 1, 2017