Subject: EBuzz August 11-17: Turn Up The Music

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AUGUST 11, 2021
  The E-Buzz is published each Wednesday 

The E-Buzz is our  weekly selection from the many hundreds of events 
published on the FCBuzz-Events section of our website by our members. 
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A Sense of Place

Sat. Aug. 14, 10:30am-5:30pm
Heather Gaudio Fine Art 
New Canaan

Opening Saturday, through Sept 25th, New Canaan’s Heather Gaudio Fine Art presents A Sense of Place, a new exhibition featuring new works by Tegan Brozyna Roberts, Simona Prives and Viviane Rombaldi Seppey. Memory, geography and cultural experiences are underlying themes explored by these three women artists. Through an innovative use of paper, maps, threads, printmaking, collage and projected imagery, the artists create two and three-dimensional objects that express universal notions of belonging and association. More...
Swing de la Nuit 

Wed. Aug. 11, 7-9:30pm
Bethel Jazz

Bethel Jazz continues its series at La Zingara Restaurant with Jazz and Blues artists, Howie Bujese And Norman Plankey, along with Jamie Doris and Daniel Elias, as they debut their new project performing music from The Great American Songbook. They will perform ballads and instrumentals steeped in the deep traditions of the Jazz and Blues of the 1920s, '30s, and Dust Bowl Era. Seating begins at 6pm and tickets are very limited. More... 
The Sweet Remains

Thurs. Aug. 12, 7:30-9pm
Levitt Pavilion

This very rare all-independent band has nearly 50 million Spotify streams and counting! Headed by three gifted singer-songwriters, Sweet Remains is defined by three-part harmonies and driven by strong lyrical and melodic writing. Their songs appeal to fans of modern folk-rockers like Jason Mraz, Ray Lamontagne, and John Mayer. More...
Rebirth Brass Band

Fri. Aug. 13, 8pm
FTC's The Warehouse

The signature brand of this heavy funk band has placed them among the world's top brass bands - the hands-down favorite among the younger generation. The New York Times hails them as “more of a party than a machine.... a working model of the New Orleans musical ethos.” More...
Standard Banana

Sat. Aug. 14, 11am-noon
Milford Green

Grab on to the conga line of fans heading over to the Milford Green to see Standard Banana Steel Pan Band. This group of long-time buddies has jammed together for over 10 years, experimenting with steel pans, congas, and even electric guitars to create some serious Caribbean vibes. You may get intoxicated by their chill rhythms and infectious charm. Presented by Milford Arts Council. More...
Dan Levinson's Hot Jazz from the
Golden Age of Hollywood

Sun. Aug. 15, 7-8:30pm
Levitt Pavilion

A delightful program of effervescent melodies from the silver screen. The 2017 winner of Hot House Magazine’s “NYC Jazz Fans Decision” award for Best Clarinetist, Dan Levinson is equally at home as leader and sideman, fronting his own groups as well as performing with those led by others. More
Accidental Breakdown

Sun. Aug. 15,  5:30-7pm
The Weston History & Culture Center

Bring a lawn chair, a picnic dinner, drinks, and enjoy an outdoor concert at the Barn. Accidental Breakdown has been playing together since 2011, with a current lineup of acoustic guitar, bass, saxophone, flute and drums, playing a mix of reggae, rock, R&B and jazz. More...
Julian Lage Trio

Tues. Aug. 17, 8pm
FTC's StageOne

Hailed as one of the most prodigious guitarists of his generation and in the “highest category of improvising musicians," Julian Lage has spent more than a decade searching through the myriad strains of American musical history via impeccable technique, free association and a spirit of infinite possibility. More...
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