Subject: Dig Out Fast and Get Out to Some Great Events This Week!

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Music Of Mozart And Haydn

March 19
Music on the Hill

At the Wilton Presbyterian Church, Music on the Hill opens its season with a chorus performance of two jewels of the Classical era: the Mozart Missa brevis in F and Haydn's "Little Organ Mass."  (More Here)
Beautiful Spectacle In The Warehouse Featuring The Talking Dreads

March 15
Fairfield Theatre Company 

FTC teams up once again with FC Beat magazine to present a dazzling celebration of music, arts, food, and libations.

Corrugated World: The Art Of James Grashow

Opens March 16
Flinn Gallery

American artist James Grashow’s extraordinary corrugated board sculptures, along with his intricate woodcut prints, are featured in this solo show. 
(More Here)
Artists Talk: Inspiration 

March 15
Rowayton Arts Center

Award winning artists, Leslie Concannon and Katharine Draper, will speak about their work and their inspiration.
(More Here)
Anne Eyes Science Lecture:
MIT Professor Evan Ziporyn

March 18
Westport Library

Professor Ziporyn will speak about ethnomusicology and the intersection between science and art, followed by a concert by MIT's Gamelan Galak Tika. (More Info)
A Tribute To Richard Rodgers

March 19
Fairfield Museum & History Center

A celebration of Rodgers’ extraordinary career, life in Fairfield and legacy as one of the most influential artists in musical theater of all time. (More Here)
The Kennedy Center's Magic Moments LIVE!

March 18
at the Quick Center For The Arts

An incredible evening of music and fun to benefit The Kennedy Center's Autism Project, featuring music by Steve Scales & Friends, Grammy nominated Nona Hendryx - formerly with Labelle, and Talking Heads • Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz - of the Tom Tom Club.
(More Here)
Marie Hurley Travel Lecture: Frank Lloyd Wright And Modern Religious Architecture

March 19
Ferguson Library
Joseph Siry, a leading American architectural historian and professor in the Department of Art and Art History at Wesleyan University, will discuss Wright's work for sacred spaces. (More Here)

of What's Happening This Week
...and Beyond!
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