One reason to visit Elizabeth Park this weekend was to see the first concert at the new permanent stage, funded by a foundation set up by a member of the Heublein family. Nat Reeves, a bassist who performs internationally and teaches at the University of Hartford's Hart School of Music, led a jazz quintet.
Tricia has Egyptian tattoos based on themes of feminism and balance.
How do you like Gabriel's derby?
The crowd was big, to the rose garden and beyond.
A little girl -- around three or four years old -- really felt the music and danced alone from the beginning to the end of the concert. I didn't know the girl and was too far away to ask her parents for permission, so I modified the image.
An outgoing mother and daughter walked out when I did. They went into a pose. Of course, I obliged.
Things almost look normal there! No Masks? Wow.
Live music is just beginning to return after more than a year of absence. I did not realize how much I missed it.
I like the altered image of the child. Well done.
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