October – December 2014
Member Morning: On errythang (On everything): Enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast and coffee in The Museum Café from 9-10am, then join Patricia Hickson, Emily Hall Tremaine Curator of Contemporary Art, for a tour and discussion of Frohawk Two Feathers / MATRIX 170: On errythang (On everything).
This event is for museum members only; reservations required at (860) 838-4070. Enter via Avery Court on Atheneum Square North.
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The program features Henry Purcell’s Golden Sonata, François Couperin’s Les Nations: L’Impériale, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Quintet, K. 452. Presented with the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, featuring Concertmaster Leonid Sigal.
Purchase tickets online or call (860) 244-2999.
Lecture: A Moveable Feast: The Impact of Technology & Travel on Modern Dining Design: Sarah Coffin, Curator and Head, Product Design and Decorative Arts Department, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Cocktail reception at 6pm followed by lecture.
Concert: In Order To Survive with William Parker: The great William Parker — American free jazz double bassist, multi-instrumentalist, poet and composer — performs live in the Aetna Theater with his band In Order to Survive. $15; $12 Real Art Ways, Hartford Jazz Society & museum members.
Purchase tickets online or call 860-838-4100 Wednesday through Sunday, 10 am – 4:30 pm.
Enter the museum via Avery Court on Atheneum Square North.
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The performance of William Parker and In Order to Survive, presented by Real Art Ways, Inc. in collaboration with Hallwalls, Inc. and Kerrytown Concert House, Inc., is supported by Presenter Consortium for Jazz, a program of Chamber Music America funded through the generosity of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.