News Published: Dec 9, 2019 - 2:32:53 AM

Norwalk Symphony & New Paradigm Theatre Collaboration

By Norwalk Symphony Orchestra

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New Paradigm Theatre, a company well-known for its inventive productions that are presented with multi-cultural, multi-generational and multi-gendered casting and The Norwalk Symphony, an 80-year-old nonprofit with a well-regarded professional orchestra, are excited to partner with Person-to-Person (P2P) at their upcoming holiday performances. The two organizations are committed to bridging the gap between the arts and their local communities by creating “collective impact” through partnerships with other nonprofit organizations for their productions.

New or gently used winter apparel: Coats, hats, gloves, mittens and scarves, will be gratefully accepted at our upcoming concerts and delivered to Person-to-Person at their Darien location for distribution to those in need of winter warmth!

Norwalk Symphony Orchestra presents “Baroque to Pops” holiday concert at 5:00 pm, on Saturday, December 14th at the Norwalk Concert Hall. Tickets and information may be found at

New Paradigm Theatre presents “Have Yourself A Jazzy Little Christmas” at 8:00 pm on Saturday, December 14th and at 2:00 pm on Sunday, December 15th at the Fairfield Theatre Company. Tickets and information may be found at or call the box office at 203.259.1036

Nancy Coughlin, CEO of Person-to-Person notes that “Just as New Paradigm Theatre and Norwalk Symphony Orchestra use music and performance to bring people together, P2P brings people together as volunteers, caseworkers and clients, all benefiting from the work of helping and being helped. We are excited to be working with both the symphony and theatre to raise awareness and help us to help others.”

You can bring your donations of winter apparel to the productions when you attend.

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