Trinity-on-Main has Many New Shows This Month
The month of December is a very big social month. At Trinity on Main, 69 Main St., there are several great programs planned including its big New Year’s Eve Bash.
It starts off with Johnny Winter on Dec. 18. Winter is a guitar great and blues legend. He will be appearing at Trinity-on-Main with tickets costing $39.
On Dec. 30 is the huge Kwanzaa Celebration. This is a Queen Anne Nzinga Center event. Share a joyous evening with the Queen Ann Nzinga Center’s Watoto (children) program as they celebrate Kwanzaa with music, song, food, and fun. This wonderful event takes place on Dec. 30. Doors open at 6 p.m. The program is a cultural celebration which represents and reinforces the seven principles and symbols of Kwanzaa in an interactive, entertaining way. People of all races, ages, and religions are invited to experience the celebration through art, skits, and song.
The Queen Ann Nzinga Center is a non-profit organization helping children reach their fullest potential through the arts. These programs are made possible in part through grants from the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain, American Savings Foundation, and Greater Hartford Arts Council. Tickets: General Admission $10; Seniors and children $5.
December 31st New Year’s Eve Celebration features the CT Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra. Michael Imbimbo performs the songs of Frank Sinatra, music by Strauss, Grieg and Mclean. New Year’s Eve Dinner will be by Violon Rouge Mediterranean Bistro.
Strauss: Waltzes and Polkas
Grieg: Holberg Suite
Trinity-On-Main – New Britain
New Year’s Eve Celebration Schedule:
6 p.m. Hors d’oeuvres
7 p.m. Concert
9 p.m. Dinner
(12 course Tappas by Violon Rouge Mediterranean Bistro and chef Brunilda Myftaraj)
12 a.m. Champagne Toast
Single – $95
Couple – $160
Concert Only Tickets:
Patron (incl. a glass of wine) – $35
Regular – $20
Senior – $15