ECSO/ Lyman Allyn Art Museum Garden Concert

September 26, 2021, 3-4 pm at the McCourt 9/11 Memorial Garden at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum; 625 Williams St., New London, CT 06320


$5 for the concert with complimentary museum access with ticket

The Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra is pleased to partner with the Lyman Allyn Art Museum for an entertaining afternoon of music. Enjoy the sounds of TECSO - the Trombones of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra - in a beautiful garden setting on the grounds of the Lyman Allyn Art Museum.

Enjoy drinks and light refreshments, listen to music, and explore the museum grounds. Tickets are $5, with the link to purchase at www.ectsymphony.com.

Limited seating will be available. Guests are encouraged to BYOB – “Bring Your Own Blanket.” If needed, a rain date of Sunday, October 3 at 3pm is reserved.

About the Trombones of the ECSO (TECSO):

Called the “boiler room of the ECSO” by the New London Day for their consistent excellence in major symphonic works, The Trombones of the ECSO (TECSO) are also well-versed in arrangements and adaptations for the recital stage.

Featuring Mark Weaver, Terrence Fay, Ryan Bisson, and Wesley Mayhew, TECSO has performed recitals across the state of Connecticut. The ensemble has performed at the Fountain Music Series in Ridgefield, CT; Hop River Chamber Music Festival in Willimantic and Storrs, CT; the Mystic Aquarium; Mystic Seaport’s Arts On the Quad Series; La Grua Center in Stonington Borough; the Musical Arts Society of Branford, CT; the Wheeler Library Artist Series, and at The Universities of New Haven and Southern Connecticut State.

The ensemble’s repertoire ranges from Bach to the Beatles. A performance by TECSO takes the listener on a journey to explore the broad range of sonorities that can only be accomplished by the voices of four trombones.

About the Lyman Allyn Art Museum

The Lyman Allyn Art Museum welcomes visitors from New London, southeastern Connecticut and all over the world. Established in 1926 by a gift from Harriet Upson Allyn in memory of her seafaring father, the Museum opened the doors of its beautiful neo-classical building, surrounded by 12 acres of green space, in 1932.

Today, it presents a number of changing exhibitions each year and houses a fascinating collection of over 17,000 objects from ancient times to the present, including artwork from Africa, Asia, the Americas and Europe, with particularly strong collections of American paintings and decorative arts.

Located at 625 Williams Street, New London, Connecticut, exit 83 off I-95, the Lyman Allyn Museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10:00 am–5:00 pm; Sunday, 1:00–5:00 pm; closed Monday and major holidays. For more information call 860.443.2545, ext. 2129, or visit us on Facebook or the web at: www.lymanallyn.org.

Please note we are following state and federal COVID-19 rules and guidelines. The health and wellbeing of our staff members and guests is our top priority. We encourage you to stay healthy and we look forward to serving you soon.

 

About the ECSO

Founded in 1946 by Norwegian immigrant, Victor Norman, the ECSO embarks on its 75th anniversary season beginning in October 2021.

Music Director & Conductor Toshiyuki Shimada has programmed an exciting season showcasing the ECSO's critically acclaimed virtuosity and scope of repertoire ranging from Classical and Romantic-era favorites to newly composed, cutting-edge international works. Visit www.ectsymphony.com to stay tuned for more information about the 21-22 season and follow on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ectsymphony.

The ECSO offers a range of affordable seating options from $62 to as low as $12 for attendance to one concert. The ECSO will offer those under 40 years of age $12 tickets in premium sections. Additionally, $12 tickets will be available to any active or retired military members. 

Founded in 1946, the mission of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra is to inspire, educate, and connect our communities through live orchestral music.