Richter Association for the Arts closes its fall season on Sunday, Oct. 30, with a 3 p.m. jazz concert at Richter House, 100 Aunt Hack Road, Danbury. WCSU students Anthony Pellegrini on saxophone, Niles Spaulding on bass and Larry Davis on drums comprise the trio.
Anthony Pellegrini began his musical experience at the age of eight with the clarinet. He now is a junior majoring in jazz saxophone performance, playing in various ensembles both inside and outside of school, as well as fronting a quintet of his peers known collectively as “Four and One.”
Lawrence (Larry) Davis is currently a third-year music student with a focus on jazz performance. He studies the drum set privately with Jeff Siegel and percussion with Dave Smith. Lawrence is an active performer in musical theaters, small groups, large ensembles and recording sessions.
Niles Spaulding is a New Fairfield native majoring in music education with a focus on jazz bass. In addition to playing jazz, Niles is the bassist in the WCSU Orchestra and several local bands throughout the area. Admission is by free-will donation. Refreshments will follow the program. Parking will be available in the golf course lot and handicap parking in front of the House. Partially funded by the Danbury Cultural Commission. For further information, call 203-730-8479 or visit the Richter Arts web site www.danbury.org/richter.