Sunday Music Series



Sunday Music Series



The NBMAA’s longstanding monthly concert series, featuring local and regional performances representing a variety of musical genres. All shows begin at 3 p.m. in the Stanley Works Center. 

Please note that due to ongoing COVID capacity limits, pre-registration is now required for all participants. Museum members enjoy free admission, but must register in advance.

For non-members, admission to the museum galleries is included with the purchase of your concert ticket. Ticket holders must check-in at front desk prior to event.

*Walk-in tickets will not be available on day of show.

 Choir Matrix Women's Ensemble & Women of Concinnity
Sunday, November 14, 3-4 p.m.

The Women of Concinnity and singers from Choir Matrix Women’s Ensemble collaborate to uncover a wealth of choral music that illuminates the voice that can emerge from “Within constraints”. The performance will include music of women from 17th century Europe, who could only compose within the convent and songs that give insight to the social constraints experienced by the poet or composer. Featuring songs by Hildegard Von Bingen, Isabella Leonarda, Florence Price, Ivette Rodriguez, and more, including the live premiere of a composition by Melissa Dunphy. Come experience art that can blossom even in moments where it seems impossible. Click here to register. 

Sunday Sonatas for Cello & Piano
Sunday, December 12, 3-4 p.m.

THIS PROGRAM IS COMPLETELY SOLD OUT. NO WALK-INS PLEASE. THANK YOU for helping us keep capacities at a safe number at this time.

Sunday Music Series favorites Julie Ribchinsky (cello) & Linda Laurent (piano) have selected a program contrasting the “Sturm und Drang” of middle period Beethoven with the Impressionism and post-Impressionism of Debussy and Nadia Boulanger.

Performing together since 1982, Ribchinsky and Laurent were core members of the Chamber Players at Trinity, and The Connecticut Trio. 2021 marks the 27th season of their musical association with The New Britain Museum of American Art.


Free with Museum admission