NORWALK, Conn. -- The Norwalk Symphony Orchestra will join with local arts organizations to present a free Broadway pops concert at the Gallaher Mansion in Cranbury Park on Grumman Avenue at 3 p.m. Sunday.
Young musicians from the Talent Education Suzuki School will open the program, followed by Norwalk Symphony Music Director Jonathan Yates conducting members of the Norwalk Youth Symphony and the Norwalk Symphony in Rossini's "Barber of Seville."
Guest Music Conductor Paul Bogaev, Grammy and Emmy Award-winning conductor and composer, will then take the podium to conduct a group of Broadway and up-and-coming stars from the Music Theatre of Connecticut, Crystal Theatre, the New Paradigm Theatre of Milford, led by Kristin Huffman, director, actor, singer and teacher and musical producer.
Guests may bring blankets and chairs. In case of inclement weather, check www.norwalksymphony.org for details, as the concert may move to the Norwalk Concert Hall.
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