The Hartford Symphony Orchestra continues 2018-2019 POPS! Series with Let’s Dance! on Saturday, March 23
We want to see you up on your feet as we have a night of jumping, jiving, and great music! The Hartford Symphony Orchestra will present Let’s Dance! as part of the 2018-2019 POPS! series on Saturday, March 23 at 7:30pm in Mortensen Hall at The Bushnell in Hartford. This concert will be led by HSO Music Director, Carolyn Kuan, and feature professional competitive dancers alongside the HSO.
From the shimmy to the tango, from the waltz to the cha-cha, Let’s Dance! combines classic and popular dance styles including swing, jazz, 50s pop and more! This fabulous program is complemented by orchestral showpieces, dancers, and vocalists who will bring music from Dirty Dancing to Peggy Lee to life!
The 2018-2019 POPS! Series is sponsored by United Technologies. The 75th Anniversary Lead Sponsor is the Richard P. Garmany Fund at Hartford Foundation for Public Giving. The 75th Anniversary Season Supporting Sponsor is Cly-Del Manufacturing Co.
Saturday, March 23, 2019 | 7:30pm
Mortensen Hall at The Bushnell
Tickets starting at $23
860-987-5900 or www.hartfordsymphony.org
About the Hartford Symphony Orchestra
The mission of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra is to enrich lives and community through great music. Marking its 75th Anniversary Season in 2018-2019, the HSO is Connecticut’s premier musical organization, the second largest orchestra in New England, and widely recognized as one of America’s leading regional orchestras. The Hartford Symphony Orchestra named Carolyn Kuan as its tenth music director in January 2011; she is the first woman and youngest person to hold this title. The HSO captivates and inspires audiences of all ages by presenting more than 100 concerts annually, including the Masterworks Series, POPS! Series, Sunday Serenades, Discovery Concerts, Symphony in Schools, Musical Dialogues, the Talcott Mountain Music Festival, and more. The HSO aims to deliver uniquely powerful and emotional experiences that lift and transform the spirit, and to give back and help create vibrant communities in the Greater Hartford area.
HSO programs are funded part by the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s United Arts Campaign, the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, and with support from the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.