Ticketed Performances and Events

All ticketed performances that are currently on-sale are listed below.
Please note that tickets will not be available at the door.

You can find registration links for any free/non-ticketed events or recitals on event's listing on the Hartt Calendar

If you have any issues with purchasing tickets, have any questions or need to contact the box office, please email boxoffice@hartford.edu and we will respond  during business hours.

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Unless noted above, performances not listed do not require a ticket and there is no admission charge. You can find registration links for any free/non-ticketed events or recitals on event's listing on the Hartt Calendar


Pride & Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice is Jane Austen’s perennially popular story of the game of love among the British upper classes. The Bennets are the parents of five daughters near the close of the 18th century. Comfortable within their means but well short of rich, Mr. and Mrs. Bennet are looking for suitable husbands for their girls, and they are encouraged to learn that an eligible young bachelor from a wealthy family, Charles Bingley, has moved into a nearby estate. This adaptation by Kate Hamill, and directed by our long-time special guest artist, and awesome collaborator, Terry Laymen, adds a comedic twist as it depicts the battles women faced during the Georgian period, where women were expected to compete for suitable marriages amid misogynistic societal rules. Do the Bennet girls conform or make their own decisions and how are they received by the family and the community?


Foot in the Door

Wednesday, October 5, 2022
7:30 pm
Millard Auditorium
Free but registration is required

Foot in the Door is a mixed ensemble of musicians whose repertoire includes music of established as well as emerging 20th and 21st century composers. Members play in a variety of ensemble sizes from small chamber groups to large chamber orchestras.



Silent-Film Double-Bill: The American Dream, Chaplin & Lloyd, with Patrick Miller, Piano

Saturday, October 8, 7:30

Lincoln Theater

Silent-Film Double-Bill:  The American Dream, Chaplin & Lloyd.

Live piano accompaniment for the screening will be provided by Patrick Miller, Professor Emeritus, music theory, The Hartt School, University of Hartford.
Films to be screened are:

The Immigrant (1917, Charles Chaplin short, 24 minutes -- starring and directed by Charles Chaplin) and The Freshman (1925, Harold Lloyd feature, 77 minutes -- starring Harold Lloyd and directed by Sam Taylor & Fred Newmeyer.

Free but registration is required


The Drowsy Chaperone

October 13-16

Thursday-Saturday, 7:30pm

Sunday, 3pm

Roberts Theater

Handel Performing Arts Center

The Drowsy Chaperone is an homage to American musicals of the Jazz. Age, examining the effect musicals have on the fans who adore them. The Man in Chair, a mousy, agoraphobic Broadway fanatic, seeking to cure his "non-specific sadness", listens to a recording of a fictional 1928 musical. comedy, The Drowsy Chaperone. As he listens to this rare recording, he is transported into the musical. The characters appear in his dingy apartment, and it is transformed into an impressive and magical world of a Broadway show. The production will be Directed/Choreographed by the dynamic, and long-time faculty member Ralph Perkins.


Hartt Wind Ensemble and Symphony Band

Saturday, October 15, 2022
7:30 pm
Lincoln Theater
Free but tickets registration is required

Masks are required in all University venues.



Garmany Chamber Music Series #2: Phillip Boykin

Thursday, October 20, 7:30pm

Millard Auditorium

A Hartt School alum, Boykin is a sought-after music theater, gospel and opera performer, currently featured in the Broadway revival of “The Music Man” starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster.


Hartt Big Band

Friday, November 11, 2022
7:30 pm
Lincoln Theater
Free but tickets are required



Jazz Vocal Recital

Saturday, November 12  2022
7:30 pm
Lincoln Theater
Free but tickets are required



Garmany Chamber Music Series #3: Bang on a Can All Stars

Thursday, March 9, 7:30pm

Lincoln Theater

A celebration of the life and work of bassist Robert Black, a founding member of the All-Stars, who is retiring from his Hartt faculty position after 29 years. Also featured will be legendary Bang founders David Lang, Julia Wolfe and Michael Gordon. bangonacan.org


Garmany Chamber Music Series #4: Aizuri Quartet

Thursday, March 30, 7:30pm

Millard Auditorium

An all-female New York-based string quartet which has established itself as one of the most enterprising and versatile chamber ensembles of our time.


University of Hartford Box Office Information


You can find registration links for any free/non-ticketed events or recitals on the event's listing on the Hartt Calendar

You can contact the box office at boxoffice@hartford.edu


 



All SALES ARE FINAL. There are no refunds.

Please contact the Box Office if you have questions about exchanges.


Inclement weather policy: Most performances do not occur when the University is closed. If you have a ticket for a performance when the University is closed during the time of your performance, you will get an email with additional information. You can go to www.hartford.edu for the most up-to-date information when there is inclement weather.

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