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Around The World: Puerto Rico

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Around The World: Puerto Rico

Time: March 14, 2020 from 2pm to 3pm
Location: Davis Street School
Street: 35 Davis Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: https://newhavensymphony.org/…
Phone: (203) 787-4282
Event Type: concert
Organized By: New Haven Symphony
Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2020

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Event Description

Join the NHSO on a musical journey around the world and through music of various countries. The NHSO free Family Series introduces kids to the sounds and instruments of the orchestra.
The final destination of this musical journey around the world is Puerto Rico. Award-winning Puerto Rican guitarist Lorena Garay will join NHSO musicians as they merge classical and Latin music.

Featuring:
Lorena Garay, guitar
NHSO musicians TBA

Before the concert, the NHSO offers an Instrument Petting Zoo where children can tap, tickle, and toot real orchestral instruments. Families are invited to stay for a healthy snack after the performance. New Haven Reads also provides free children’s books for all concert attendees.

This event is FREE!

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