Stamford is no slouch when it comes to live music and performances. Here you’ll find a number of music venues and theaters for world-class entertainment.
- Bow Tie Cinemas (BTC) Majestic 6
118 Summer Street
Catch the latest box office hits at any of the six auditoriums that show films on their first run – digital projection and sound make for a memorable viewing experience. Assisted Listening, Closed Captioning, and Descriptive Audio Devices are provided free of charge.
But there’s more to BTC than the usual state-of-the-art movie theater. This family-owned company is all about “Bringing Style and Elegance Back to the Movie Going Experience”, and it does this through exceptional presentation and service.
Check their movie schedule here.
- The Avon
272 Bedford Street
If nothing in mainstream cinema appeals to you, or if you’re simply looking for something out of the ordinary, come to The Avon. This film theater brings you “The Best of Independent Cinema”. You can look forward to cult classics, documentaries, and advance screenings. Special events liken film festivals also take place here.
The theater may be rented out on a limited basis on weekdays. For more information, visit their website.
- The Ballet School of Stamford
175 Atlantic Street
Discover budding talent at The Ballet School of Stamford. Catch the students’ live performances at various venues like North Street School and downtown Stamford. “Emerald Cadence” and “Gwendolyn, The Graceful Pig” are just some of the shows they put on.
Check their schedule of performances here.
- Stamford Symphony
263 Tresser Boulevard
About 1,800 concertgoers come to the Stamford Symphony on orchestral concert weekends, and for good reason. Live classical music and stunning performances will keep you in your seat. With Music Director Eckart Preu at the helm, some of the Symphony’s offerings include “Handel’s Messiah” and “Emerson String Quartet”.
You’ll see their full line-up here.
For more information on Stamford, visit the Higgins Group website.