Subject: Your FCBuzz Events Selection for Jan. 3 - 9, 2019

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E-Buzz: January 2, 2019
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This is a small selection of events posted on the FCBuzz Events section of our website for the coming week. We recommend you click the link above for a complete review of this week's arts and cultural events.
Jae Ko

Sat. Jan. 5
Heather Gaudio Fine Art
New Canaan
Opening Reception

This Korean-born artist is renowned in this country for her bold experiments with paper, taking many unexpected forms but growing out of traditional paper techniques used in Japanese, Korean and Chinese cultures. In addition to recent wall and free-standing sculpture, she will create a site-specific installation consisting of 50-60 industrial sized rolls of recycled paper. The public is invited to witness the artist at work beginning Thurs. Jan. 3, and view the installation as it takes form.  More...
Marc Cohn with the
Blind Boys of Alabama

Sat. Jan. 5
The Warehouse, FTC

After winning a Grammy for his soulful ballad “Walking in Memphis,” Marc Cohn solidified his place as one of this generation’s most compelling singer/songwriters. Cohn’s special guests will be the legendary gospel group The Blind Boys of Alabama, who have defined the sound of gospel music for over 75 years. More...
American Chamber Orchestra
Troupers Light Opera Co. Mary Ann Hall's Music for Children
Amahl and the Night Visitors

Sat.-Sun. Jan. 5-6
United Methodist Church of
Westport & Weston

This one-act opera for children by Gian Carlo Menotti was first produced on NBC in 1951 and quickly became an annual tradition. Here, it is being co-produced by three Cultural Alliance members. More...
Amy Talluto
Artist Talk
Forces of Nature

Sun. Jan. 6
Flinn Gallery
Greenwich Library

Amy is one of three artists in the Flinn Gallery's Forces of Nature, an exhibition showing how experiences with the natural world can evoke memories, enhance the meaning of imagery and inspire the creative process. Hear her discuss her work in this artist’s talk.  More...
Tony and Matt Pavia 
An American Town and the Vietnam War

Mon. Jan. 7
New Canaan Library

Hear father and son discuss their book, telling the story of the memories and experiences of the young men and women of Stamford, as well as their families who carried on at home waiting for the return of their loved ones, during the Vietnam War era. More...
Broadway at Center Stage:
Telly Leung

Mon. Jan. 7
Center Stage Theatre

Broadway at Center Stage is a series bringing Broadway's biggest and brightest to Shelton and featuring an interview with the guest, Q&A with audience members, a performance, and a meet-and-greet. This month's guest is Telly Leung, current star of Disney's Aladdin. More...
Play With Your Food

Tues.-Wed. Jan. 8-9
Toquet Hall

Play With Your Food begins its new season with three provocative (and often humorous) playreadings performed by professional actors, many of whom are well known on Broadway, film and TV. A delicious fresh lunch, catered by a local restaurant at noon, is followed by the playreadings and talkback with the cast and director.. More...
Dr. Bob Brier
Excavating Egyptomania

Tues. Jan. 8
Pequot Library

Join one of the world’s foremost Egyptologists, Dr. Bob Brier, as he uncovers why we are so fascinated with ancient Egypt. From Napoleon’s Egyptian Campaign to Howard Carter’s discovery of the intact tomb of Tutankhamun, learn about the events and discoveries that fanned the flames of Egyptomania. Discover how the love of all things Egypt has influenced art and culture from the 19th century to today. More...
David Sanger
The Perfect Weapon: War, Sabotage and Fear in the Cyber Age

Wed. Jan. 9
World Affairs Forum’s Ambassadors’ Roundtable Breakfast
Stamford Yacht Club

This national security correspondent and New York Times senior writer, speaks on the subject of his newest book that examines how cyberconflict is changing the nature of global power. More...
Curtain Call Winter Classes

From Mon. Jan. 7
Curtain Call

Winter classes at Curtain Call begin Jan. 7, in acting for the stage, TV and film, musical theatre, improv and comedy, Broadway tap and more for ages five and up. Classes also for your after-school program, youth or community group and business. These classes help provide not only a strong foundation in performance, but also self. More..
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