Ethnic Flutes


Taft’s Music for a While performance series continues this Friday, November 21, at 7 pm in Walker Hall with flutist Rhonda Larson and pianist Tim Ray. Admission is free and open to the public; tickets are not required.

Rhonda is a flutist, composer, and bandleader. After debuting at Carnegie Hall and winning first prize in the National Flute Association's Young Artist Competition in 1985, Larson moved to Connecticut to work with the renowned Paul Winter Consort. That mo...full story

The King of Instruments


11/17 Update: Watch a video of the dedicatory concert.


Taft will celebrate the restoration of its historic pipe organ with a dedicatory concert at 4 pm Sunday, November 16 in Woodward Chapel.

Installed in Woodward Chapel in 1968, Taft’s pipe organ is one of the premier instruments designed and built by the Gress-Miles Organ Company of Princeton, New Jersey.   The recently ...full story

Imagining Fauna


Photographer Mary Frey joins the Taft School community in the coming weeks as a Rockwell Visiting Artist. Frey will be the featured speaker during Morning Meeting Tuesday, November 11; her current exhibition, Imagining Fauna, opens in the Mark W. Potter ’48 Gallery Friday, October 24. A reception celebrating the opening of her show will be held in the Gallery this Friday from 5-7 pm. The event is free and open to the public.

Imagining Fauna features photographs...full story

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