There is a moment early on in Cirque Du Soleil’s Luzia when water pours down from the big top ceiling, droplets shimmering like falling diamon…
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Thanks to the Litchfield Aid of the Connecticut Junior Republic, on July 12 and 13 residents and visitors can visit some of these homes and gardens, several of which have never been open to the public.
Since the 1960s, Amherst Early Music has been transporting amateur and professional musicians a few hundred years into our musical past.
After many years under the sun at the Goshen Fairgrounds, the Litchfield Jazz Festival is heading indoors this summer.
Alasdair Neale will officially take over as music director and conductor of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, the fourth oldest in the country, July 1, shortly after he is introduced to the community at a free concert on the New Haven Green on June 22.
Many events in the state will center around gay rights and culture for Pride Month in June.
Opened in December at the Washington museum, the room was designed with historical accuracy and authenticity very much in mind.
Comedian, longtime host of The Tonight Show and renowned car enthusiast Jay Leno will perform his stand-up act at the Palace Theater in Stamford on May 2.
Jason Raposo, better known as celebrity barber Jay Majors, is the creator of the Connecticut Barber Expo, which returns to the Connecticut Convention Center in Hartford May 18-20.
Calypso is the latest offering from humorist and New York Times bestselling author David Sedaris. The North Carolina native now lives in England and is among the latest class of inductees into the American Academy of Arts and Letters. His book tour will bring him to The Palace Theatre in Stamford on April 11.