Don’t miss this afternoon’s magnificent concert at 3pm! Last night we were honored to have Jeff Anderson join us on the eve of his retirement celebration from the Florence Griswold Museum today! We wish you all the best and every happiness! ... See MoreSee Less
Enjoy listening to the recent New York Times live interview with James Ehnes, who was in Old Lyme in December delighting Musical Masterworks concertgoers! ... See MoreSee Less
We're at the New York Philharmonic to hear a preview of Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 1 with the soloist, James Ehnes. Leave your questions for him in the comments, and The New York Times reporter J...
It’s a packed house tonight at the exquisitely and festively decorated First Congregational Church of Old Lyme! If you couldn’t join us tonight, you have another chance tomorrow at 3pm! Pre-concert talk with Ed Arron at 2pm. ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t miss Ed Arron’s pre-concert talks this weekend! Learn about the Ehnes Quartet and the composers that they will be performing this weekend! ... See MoreSee Less
As part of Musical Masterworks' Outreach program this year, we hosted two instrument petting zoos where students had the chance to try out different instruments with Triton Brass. Virtuosity Musical Instruments in Boston provided the instruments free of charge. The smiles on the children's faces at BP Learned school tell how excited they were about the experience! This is what our Outreach program is all about - the joy of music! ... See MoreSee Less
Triton Brass channeled their inner child at the end of their performance at the ISAAC School in New London yesterday morning! Pictured are: Angel Subero, bass trombone; Shelagh Abate, horn; Andrew Sorg, trumpet; Stephen Banzaert, trumpet and Wes Hopper, trombone. ... See MoreSee Less
What a spectacular week of music by Triton Brass as they delighted students this week in New London and Norwich schools! Listen to what the children enjoyed as part of Musical Masterworks' Outreach program! ... See MoreSee Less