TORRINGTON — Chaz DiVito, a seasoned music industry sound technician, has put down roots in Torrington, living in and restoring a former church at 59 Barber St., now known as the Outlet for the Arts.
The venue was a performance space called Studio 59, owned by Timothy Wallace, which closed in 2018. Wallace offered a variety of living room-style concerts in an intimate setting, featuring classical music, opera and other genres.
- New England Conservatory to Show New Video Production of “Dialogue des carmélites”
- 6 fun things to do this weekend, June 25-27
- Oksana Lyniv, first female conductor at the Bayreuth Festival: “A symbol of our time” | Culture | Reports on the arts, music and lifestyle of Germany | DW
- White Snake Projects announces “A Survivor’s Odyssey”