New Haven Arts
New Haven is a city filled with creative and performing arts. The New York Times referred to New Haven as having "Art everywhere you look." It's home to nationally recognized theaters and music venues, art galleries, dance studios, museums, public art, festivals, creative arts schools and much more. New Haven is known for its vibrant and unique history in arts and culture and proudly welcomes visitors to explore "Big Art in a Small City."
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Neighborhood Music SchoolArts education, Dance, Music & Concert Halls
Payment Types: Cash, Visa, AmEx, Check, MasterCardWe Offer: Group Classes, Private Event Space
- Sun: 12 pm-4 pm
- Mon-Fri: 8:15 am-5 pm
- Sat: 8 am-5 pm
NMS offers music, dance and drama for children and adults.You'll find more than 400 weekly classes, private lessons in over 30 instruments,dance classes in many genres,the largest ensemble program in the country and a variety of workshops and performances. All levels of experience are welcomed.Join us!
Neighborhood Music School
New Haven BalletDance
Payment Types: Cash, Visa, Check, MasterCardWe Offer: Group Classes
- Mon-Fri: 9:30 am-8 pm
- Sat: 9:30 am-2 pm
The award-winning New Haven Ballet (NHB) began in the fall of 1985, an outgrowth of the Connecticut Ballet, to provide dance instruction for serious students and recreational dancers alike. Twenty-six years later, NHB has firmly established itself in the Greater New Haven and shoreline arts communities, with studios in New Haven and Guilford, and highly trained faculty that support students aspiring to professional dance careers as well as those studying ballet for recreational purposes. In addition, the school has become a major arts organization, playing a vital role in the community through outreach and school programs, a student performance ensemble, and collaborations with artists within the community and beyond
New Haven ChoraleMusic & Concert Halls
The mission of the New Haven Chorale is to present excellent choral music to the greater New Haven region through public performance and community outreach, to enable singers to improve their musicianship, and to be an integral and active member in the cultural life of its community
New Haven City Burial Ground/Grove Street CemeteryHistorical sites, Public art
We Offer: Tours, Membership
- Mon-Sun: 9am - 4pm
The Grove Street Cemetery, the first chartered burial ground in the United States, succeeded the previous common burial site, the New Haven Green. After severe yellow fever epidemics in 1794 and 1795 the Green, which held perhaps as many as 5,000 burials, was simply too crowded to continue as the chief burial ground. ln 1796 a group of New Haven citizens led by U.S, Senator James Hillhouse planned a new cemetery on a location at the edge of town. Their efforts were officially recognized in October, 1797 when the State of Connecticut incorporated the cemetery as The New Burying Ground in New Haven. The first burial, that of Martha Townsend, took place on November 9, 1797.