Two Plus Two | Neighborhood Music School Free Faculty Concert Series

Two Plus Two | Neighborhood Music School Free Faculty Concert Series

February 23, 2018 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Neighborhood Music School
100 Audubon St
New Haven, CT 06510
Lisa Rovello
203-624-5189 x30

Two Plus Two

Neighborhood Music School Recital Hall | 100 Audubon Street, New Haven

(Free and Open to the Public)


20th Century Works for Flute & Guitar 

Featuring Elaine Thoma, flute and Neal Fitzpatrick, guitar. Works by J. Duarte and Maximo Pujol.



DoSo Freestyle Duets 

Featuring David Mills, electric guitar, performing with Patrick Smith, vibraphone; Ben Dean, electric violin; and Istvan B’Racz, piano. DoSo Freestyle is very much like “freestyle rap” in that the musicians just begin
playing with no preconceived notion of where it will go. However, unlike freestyle with words, two musicians can “speak” at the same time, and it still makes sense.


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Neighborhood Music School (NMS) is the largest non-profit community arts organization in Connecticut. Founded in 1911 as part of the settlement house movement serving new immigrants to New Haven and now serving nearly 3,000 students from 80-plus cities and towns annually, NMS continues its mission to create community, spark potential and share joy through the arts. NMS students, ranging in age from toddlers to seniors in their 90s, study music, dance and drama and participate in over 100 weekly ensembles. NMS offers individual and group instruction on 30-plus instruments and presents more than 250 performances and events each year. NMS also houses an arts-integrated preschool and toddler program, an After School Arts Academy and several summer programs. In addition, NMS provides over $275,000 in financial aid and tuition support for 550 students each year.
NMS programs are made possible with support from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Connecticut Department of Economic & Community Development – Office of the Arts and The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven, along with many other generous foundations and individuals.

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