Subject: Check it Out: There are over 150 Arts & Culture Events Happening This Week Listed on!

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Nov. 10 Thru Nov. 17
Innovative Chamber Ensemble Concert

Nov. 15
Pequot Library

The Westport Arts Center presents a chamber music performance by Decoda, an affiliate ensemble of Carnegie Hall. Called “refreshing in the extreme” by The New York Times. 
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The Von Trapps:
Next Generation

Nov. 14
Palace Danbury Theatre

Sofia, Melanie, Amanda, and August von Trapp are the great grandchildren of The Sound of Music’s Captain and Maria von Trapp. They have performed since their youth, carrying on the family tradition.
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The Stamford Symphony:
Principally Beethoven

Nov. 14 & 15
Stamford's Palace Theatre

Beethoven wrote a 10th Symphony? Is the final product Beethoven, or merely an interpretation of Beethoven? Come hear it for yourself, with guest conductor Kevin Rhodes
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Bridgeport Art Trail:
A Citywide Open Studio Weekend

Nov. 12 - 15

Over 100 artists open up their studios, plus bike trails, music, and performances are happening throughout the city - all weekend long. For more info about venues and artists go to .
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Maxwell Wiesen
From Verse To Vision

Opening Reception Nov. 12
Greenwich Arts Council

Maxwell Wiesen’s art exists on the border between figuration and abstraction, yet always remains focused on a central image.
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Open Studios At The Art Studio

Nov. 13
The Art Studio

An annual Open Studio event featuring the work of eight Fairfield County artists. Stop by to sip some bubbly, meet the artists and see their latest work.
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TEA Talk:
Where Are The Arts In CT Education?

Nov. 15
Westport Arts Advisory Committee

Discussion with arts advocates, administrators from the state and local level, artists, educators, and leaders about the role of the arts in education: what works and what doesn't.
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Pulitzer Prize-Winner Stacy Schiff

Nov. 14
Norwalk Public Library

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author speaks about her newly released historical novel, The Witches: Salem 1692, at a special literary luncheon
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Bob Mankoff,
Cartoon Editor of The New Yorker

Nov. 12
Wilton Library

Bob Mankoff, cartoonist and cartoon editor of The New Yorker, visits Wilton Library to discuss his latest book, How About Never - Is Never Good for You?
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The Cultural Alliance Progressive Gallery Tour:
Heather Gaudio Fine Art 

Nov. 12

Join us at the beautiful new location for The Heather Gaudio Fine Art Gallery at 66 Elm Street in New Canaan. View the show New Arrangements: Contemporary Reiimagined: an all–woman exhibition of works that appropriate industrial materials in unexpected ways, re-configuring them into a contemporary fine art context. Enjoy refreshments, meet fellow artists and arts patrons.
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