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The George Flynn Classical Concerts series will present the Hartford Chorale in collaboration with the Opera Theater Of Connecticut. (Photo courtesy of the George Flynn Classical Concerts )
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On Sunday, Nov. 20, The George Flynn Classical Concerts series will present the Hartford Chorale in collaboration with the Opera Theater of Connecticut (OTC), featuring a selection of well-known choruses and ensemble pieces by Bizet, Puccini, Rossini, Verdi, Wagner, and other great opera composers.
The concert will be conducted by Hartford Chorale Music Director Richard Coffey, accompanied by Kyle Swann, and narrated by OTC’s artistic director, Alan Mann.
The Hartford Chorale is a chorus of more than 150 men and women who come from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, and Rhode Island. Since 1986, OTC has offered high-quality opera productions at the Andrews Memorial Town Hall in Clinton. Its slogan, “Experience affordable opera in an intimate setting,” represents the artistic vision, as well as the history, of the company.
The Nov. 20 concert will be held at the new Morgan High School Auditorium at 71 Killingworth Turnpike in Clinton. Free tickets can be obtained by sending a self addressed stamped envelope to George Flynn Classical Concerts, P.O. Box 473, Clinton, CT 06413 or calling 860-669-1208. For further information, visit www.georgeflynnclassicalconcerts.com or www.facebook.com/GeorgeFlynnClassicalConcerts.
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