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Concert Series
Second Sunday of the Month
3-4 p.m.

On the second Sunday of each month, the NBMAA will host a concert featuring nationally acclaimed musicians. Concerts are held in the galleries or in The Stanley Works Center for Education and Community Development and are free with Museum admission. The Music Series is made possible with the generous support from the Alexander A. Goldfarb Memorial Trust: The Charles Parker Public Music Fund, Bank of America, Trustee; and the Andrew J. Sloper Musical Fund.

July 13
Chenot's voice is undoubtedly a distinct "professionally honed instrument" (Dan Barry, the Hartford Advocate), able to transition flawlessly from jazz to rock to pop to blues. As the former front woman of musical group Eight To The Bar, Chenot has toured cities in the US, Europe, and the Caribbean and currently performs with groups such as The Keith and Mazer Trio and Mission Zero. Her solo live show features an eclectic mix of songs, both from today’s popular culture and from past decades, as well as her extraordinary voice and unforgettable feisty stage presence. Equipped with guitar in hand, Chenot creates live harmonies and intricate textures that distinguish her as a one-of-a-kind performer.

Aug 10
Horizon Blue
Horizon Blue is an acoustic Americana musical group, known for their laidback, conversational, and inviting performances that are enjoyable for all ages! Though many of their songs include a storytelling component, they also perform popular songs from present day that will get everyone dancing, from grandparents to children. They have been warmly welcomed at a variety of venues, from museums to libraries, fairs, festivals, cultural events, and concert halls. Featuring Monique Hill, Peter Hill, and Mark Annulli as well as several special guests, Horizon Blue promises a good time.

Sept. 14
Chai-lun Yueh –Baritone
Chai-lun Yueh is an award-winning baritone known for his unmistakable dramatic, dark and powerful voice and will be coming to the NBMAA this fall to perform a special vocal recital of Broadway Musicals and Operatic Arias. His voice has been heard at esteemed venues such as Carnegie Hall, Chicago Symphony Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, and the National Opera of China. Not only does Yueh spend his time performing across the country, but he also instructs budding musicians at Wesleyan University, Trinity College, and the Hartford Conservatory. With an unforgettable voice, Chai-lun Yueh will leave audiences inspired and moved. .




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