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Interview with Aleksandra Kaminska with Larry Kellum March will roar into Connecticut like a lamb – – not a lion — when the Connecticut Lyric Opera presents Mozart’s sunny, charming and lighthearted 1790 comedy “Cosi van Tutte” (loosely translated as

SISTER ACT

Interview with Aleksandra Kaminska with Larry Kellum March will roar into Connecticut like a lamb – – not a lion — when the Connecticut Lyric Opera presents Mozart’s sunny, charming and lighthearted 1790 comedy “Cosi van Tutte” (loosely translated as

ADELANTE, DANIEL!

Interview with Daniel Juarez by Larry Kellum On March 2, the Conn. Lyric Opera presents its second opera of the 2011-12 season, Mozart’s playful romp “Cosi van Tutte”, which, as always, will premiere at New Britain’s Trinity On Main, and

ADELANTE, DANIEL!

Interview with Daniel Juarez by Larry Kellum On March 2, the Conn. Lyric Opera presents its second opera of the 2011-12 season, Mozart’s playful romp “Cosi van Tutte”, which, as always, will premiere at New Britain’s Trinity On Main, and

PAN HONORS CUPID at CCSU

Interview with Jill Maurer-Davis by Larry Kellum To paraphrase the popular song, “love will be in the air, every sight and every sound” at Central CT State Univ. on Friday, Feb. 10 when the esteemed Conn. Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra presents a

PAN HONORS CUPID at CCSU

Interview with Jill Maurer-Davis by Larry Kellum To paraphrase the popular song, “love will be in the air, every sight and every sound” at Central CT State Univ. on Friday, Feb. 10 when the esteemed Conn. Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra presents a

LYRE, LYRE MOZART ON FIRE

Interview with Harpist Megan Sesma Prolific as he was, Mozart only wrote one composition for the harp — the Concerto for Flute & Harp in C major. This gorgeous (and romantic!) masterpiece promises to set Welte Hall ablaze on Friday

LYRE, LYRE MOZART ON FIRE

Interview with Harpist Megan Sesma Prolific as he was, Mozart only wrote one composition for the harp — the Concerto for Flute & Harp in C major. This gorgeous (and romantic!) masterpiece promises to set Welte Hall ablaze on Friday