Subject: Click...Pick...and Go to Some Fantastic Arts & Culture Events This Week!

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Emerson String Quartet Performs with the Stamford Symphony 

Jan. 14th
Stamford Symphony at the
Palace Theatre

As part of the Symphony's 40th Anniversary Progam, The Emerson String Quartet joins in on a program of selected works by Beethoven, Shostakovich & Tchaikovsky. 
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The Coasters

Jan. 14
Ridgefield Playhouse

It’s a night of golden oldies with the famed rhythm and blues and rock and roll vocal group
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The DelVal Divas

Opens Jan. 12
Curtain Call, Inc.

A light-hearted prison comedy kicks off the new year! Besides being educated, successful, professional women, they also share the same address: the Delaware Valley (DelVal) Federal Correctional Facility! 
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Whose Barn Is It Anyway

Jan.  14
Ridgefield Theater Barn

The Role in the Hay Players are back with an evening of original comedy and hilarious skits.  (More Info)
37th Annual Photography Show: Coffee With The Artists

Jan. 14
Carriage Barn Arts Center

See the 37th Annual Photography Show and meet the photographers and enjoy conversation and coffee.
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Steve McCurry: India

Opens Jan. 12
Housatonic Museum Of Art

Best known for his iconic ‘Afghan Girl’ image that graced the cover of National Geographic over 30 years ago, McCurry stands as one an important voice in contemporary photography. (More Here)
The Horszowski Trio

Jan. 15
Westport Art Center

The Horszowski Trio, considered to be up-and-coming “rock stars” in the chamber music world, will perform at the Saugatuck Congregational Church. 
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Here and There: Jean-Pierre Jaquet  

Opening Reception Jan. 12
Greenwich Art Society

The artist shows a collection of 
plein air paintings, with subjects ranging from the majestic to the mundane
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Early Cantatas Of J.S. Bach

Jan. 15
Connecticut Chamber Choir

At St. Theresa Church in Trumbull, the choir presents a special program with guests artists, the acclaimed NYC early music consort, The Sebastians.
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 Join Us For the Next Stop on CAFC''s
2nd Annual Progressive Gallery Tour:

Norwalk, January 18th, 6 - 8pm
The Fairfield County Progressive Gallery Tour is designed to bring our artist, cultural nonprofit, and creative business members together once a month to discover the richness and variety of our commercial gallery members. This month we visit Norwalk!

Starting at Artists’ Market, 163 Main Street, at 6pm, owner Jeff Price will give a talk at 6:30pm about the gallery and an exhibition of photographs of political activists from the Watergate era.

At 6:45pm, we will drive to Washington Street and assemble at 7pm at the LOVE ART Gallery, 132 Washington Street. Owner and artist Cabell Molina will give a talk about her gallery at 7:15pm.

At 7:30pm we move next door to Isadora Gacel’s new gallery, Galería Isadora, where she will give a talk at 7:45pm.

 All are welcome
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of What's Happening This Week
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 artists and creative businesses 
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