Exploring Music and Art Camp

Exploring Music and Art Camp

Learn more about Seabury's summer camp for children entering grades 2-6.

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About Seabury

About Seabury

Learn more about what Seabury Academy is and does, and about Seabury's role in bringing art and music to Fairfield County.

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Fundraisers

Fundraisers

Buy tickets for our famous English Tea, clear your calendar for the Christmas Cookie sale, and more.

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First ever Disco Night

disco night, disco, dancing, dance, music, party

Come to a Disco Night to benefit the St. Paul’s Choristers!

When: Saturday, October 6, 7-11 PM

Where: the Parish Hall at St. Paul’s on the Green, 60 East Ave., Norwalk, CT 06851

Who: anyone 21 and older who loves to dance all night!  Food, drinks, music, and a great time all provided!

Why: to raise money to support the St. Paul’s Chorister program, to help send our Choristers to Massachusetts, New York City, Washington D.C., and beyond!

A clarinet-piano duo as Mid-Day Music returns

A multi-genre, multinational journey backwards in time through music for clarinet and piano, this concert will explore the animated and sultry jazz influences shared by Gershwin (Three Preludes) and Poulenc (Clarinet Sonata), as well as the circular structures and understated beauty common between Poulenc and Brahms (Clarinet Sonata No. 1 in F minor).

Hilda Huang, pianist, is the first American First Prize winner of the Leipzig International Bach Competition, and Graeme Steele Johnson, clarinet, is the winner of the Hellam Young Artists’ Competition and the Yamaha Young Performing Artists Competition.

For this year’s full MDM season, see seaburynorwalk.org/mdm.

Mid-Day Music to feature the Thales Trio

This Wednesday, May 16th, the Thales Piano Trio (Ellen Cockerham Riccio, violin; Sara Bennett Wolfe, cello; Daniel Stipe, piano) returns to Mid-Day Music with a tribute to women composers, spanning the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries, featuring Clara Schumann’s lush romanticism; Jennifer Higdon’s striking Pale Yellow and Fiery Red; and Rebecca Clarke’s Piano Trio, one of the most stunning (and least heard) works for this combination of instruments written in the last century.

Join us at 12:05 on Wednesday for refreshments and beautiful music.