360 Farmington Avenue Hartford, CT 06105
Hartbeat Ensemble is located at 360 Farmington Avenue in the heart of Hartford’s historic Asylum Hill neighborhood and directly across the street from the Mark Twain House and Museum. Our administrative offices are housed in a historic 1899 home, visible from the street. Please use the entrance in the back of the building; we are located on the 3rd floor. The Carriage House Theater is located directly behind our administrative offices.
Parking: Safe and free parking is available on Woodland Street and at the Mark Twain House Visitor Parking Lot. Parking is not permitted in the front section of the HartBeat driveway or in the second circle driveway of Immanuel Congregational Church. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. For information on handicapped parking, please call our offices.
Box Office: Our box office is generally open 30 minutes prior to the scheduled performance. For information about schedule and tickets, please call 860-548-9144.
360 Music at the Carriage House Theater will highlight Connecticut music artists who are expanding the boundaries of traditional concert music. The series will showcase a range of musical traditions, including Latin Inspired World Music, Indie R&B, and Roots/Americana.
All performances will take place at the Carriage House Theater and will include both afternoon and evening performances. For further information please contact HartBeat Ensemble at (860) 548-9144 or read our full press release.
This series has received major support from the Evelyn W. Preston Memorial Trust Fund, Bank of America, Trustee.
Tuesday, July 2
Sarajevo Phoenix by Ellen Kaplan
In the 1990s, Europe saw the worst carnage since WWII. In the summer of 2011, Peg Denithorne and Ellen Kaplan interviewed Bosnian women who lived through the 3rd Balkan war. Rather than share their horror stories of the war, the women shared their stories of survival.
5:00pm Happy Hour, 6:00pm Performance; $5.00 (cash only).
This series has received major support from the Greater Hartford Arts Council’s United Arts Fund.
Interviews: Saturday, May 11 and Thursday, May 23
Internship: July 1-August 1, 2013; 10am-4pm.
To schedule an audition/interview, contact Julia Rosenblatt (860) 548-9144 x 11 or email email@example.com.
Experience not necessary, desire to learn is a must.
Must be 16-21 years old.