Connecticut Lyric Opera
The Connecticut Lyric Opera, founded in 2003 by a group of professional musicians and opera-lovers and based in New London, Connecticut, is now the only full-season opera company in Southeastern Connecticut.
Wadsworth Atheneum, Art Museum
The Wadsworth Atheneum is an art museum in Hartford, Connecticut. The Wadsworth is noted for its collections of European Baroque art, ancient Egyptian and Classical bronzes, French and American Impressionist paintings, Hudson River School landscapes, modernist masterpieces, and contemporary works, as well as collections of early American furniture and decorative arts.
Greater Middletown Concert Association
Come experience the biggest cultural bargain around! The Greater Middletown Concert Association has been bringing the best talent to Middletown for the last 40 years.
Trinity-on-Main is central Connecticut’s premier venue for live performances, events, and rental space. We present everything from rock concerts and stand up comedy to live opera and civic events. We are also the ideal location for your private party or meeting.
Garde Arts Center
The Garde Arts Center is a non-profit performing arts center and cinema located at 325 State Street at the corner of Huntington Street in New London, Connecticut. It owns and operates the Garde Theatre, a historic movie palace.
Classical Music on WWUH Radio 91.3 FM
WWUH presents Evening Classics Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. until 7, 7:30, or 8 (depending on the day). WWUH is a public alternative radio station, volunteer-staffed and listener-supported, broadcasting round the clock as a community service of the University of Hartford, from its campus in West Hartford, CT.
In addition to Evening Classics (with 6 different regular hosts), WWUH broadcasts Sunday Afternoon at the Opera, with host Keith Brown, every Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Listen to WWUH on your radio at 91.3 FM or in streaming audio over the internet. Visit www.wwuh.org to see what’s currently playing, to listen in real-time, to listen to archived programs, or to read the bi-monthly Program Guide.
Polish & Polish American Studies at CCSU
The program offers courses in history, politics, culture, literature, language, and the Polish American ethnic community. The Polish Heritage Collection in the University Library, numbering over 21,000 cataloged books and periodicals, supplements course offerings. The Connecticut Polish American Archives is a research repository for the public, scholars, and students of the Polish community in America. It is supported in part by the Alex M. Rudewicz Endowment.
St. James Episcopal Church
St James Episcopal Church of Farmington CT is a family-friendly worship community grounded in the Gospel of God’s love in Christ. We invite you to join our church services as pray and work together.
Cyril and Methodius Church in Hartford
On April 6, 1902, Bishop Michael A. Tierney established SS. Cyril and Methodius Parish for Polish immigrants, with Father Lozowski appointed founding pastor. The first parish Mass was celebrated in St. Peter’s basement. A small wooden church was dedicated on Governor Street. In September 1905, a parochial school, also on Governor Street, opened to 120 pupils under the Felician Sisters, who lived in the school. Polish Catholics next erected a large brick church. On July 9, 1916, the cornerstone was blessed.
First Presbyterian Church in Hartford
In July 1851, the first official meeting of the group that was to become First Presbyterian Church was held in what was then known as Gilman’s Saloon on Main Street. Before moving to its present location, First Presbyterian Church of Hartford had three homes. After a brief stay at Gilman’s Saloon, the fellowship moved to the Washington Temperance Hall and from there to old South Baptist Church located on the corner of Main and Sheldon Streets. In 1868, the chapel (now Hodge Hall) was built at the corner of Capitol Avenue and Clinton Street. In 1870, the current church sanctuary was built.