The Trombones of the Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra gave a live performance in the McCourt 9/11 Memorial Garden of the Lyman Allyn Art Museum on Sunday, September 26th. Guests were welcomed to enjoy music in the garden and explore the museum grounds.
If you’ve ever heard them play, you’ll know 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 our four trombones. Among the diverse pieces performed were works by Mendelssohn, Flor Peeters, Simon & Garfunkel, Cole Porter, George Gershwin and more.
Lyman Allyn Art Museum is a space dedicated for local residents to explore art and culture. It is their mission to to make art enjoyable, inspirational and accessible to the people of New London, New England and beyond. The ECSO is proud to have been able to partner in an event that brought members of the community together in order to express and exchange a passion for art through environmental music.
Stay tuned for more opporortunities to connect our communities through live orchestral music at ECSO. We also encourage you to support the Lyman Allyn Arts Museum as they provide ways to enngage through arts, learn more about them at their website.