Our residents are excited to welcome this renowned trio to our very own Hinman Hall!
Crane’s Mill is well-known for having top entertainment just a few (indoor!) steps from our residents’ front door, and tonight is no exception.
This evening, we welcome the Sylph Chamber Music Trio for what promises to be a delightful performance. Chamber music is just one of our residents’ favorites, and this New York City-based group is simply wonderful.
You can visit their website by clicking here—be sure to navigate over to the “recordings” section to hear a number of samples from their performances!
Crane’s Mill is proud to welcome another night of exceptional live entertainment! It’s always fun, and always free for our residents!
Tonight’s special guest performers are the Harmonium Choral Society, an exceptional chorus from nearby Morristown, New Jersey.
They’ve performed here in the past, so we know we are in for a treat!
To see their performance schedule and to learn more about the group, visit their website.
Our residents are lining up to enjoy the music of Frank Sinatra as well as other members of the “Rat Pack” at tonight’s live musical performance in Hinman Hall!
Tonight, Donnie Farraro returns to Crane’s Mill as the incredible voice of Frank Sinatra, except this time he is bringing a few friends along for the ride!
We can’t wait —should be a swinging good time!
Also—be sure to check out our Millstream page to see what our residents are up to. The calendars is updated every month with hundreds of activities, programs, trips, outings, performances, and more!
For Crane’s Mill residents, live entertainment in Hinman Hall is always included.
Imagine having your very own concert venue, lecture hall, auditorium, meeting room, and more—all rolled into one! That’s the reality for Crane’s Mill residents who enjoy having Hinman Hall—a lovely and versatile multi-purpose room—just a short, indoor walk from their apartments!
Tonight, like many Thursday nights, Hinman Hall will play host to a live musical performance. This evening’s program is The Music of Tchaikovsky. The Millstream newsletter describes the event:
Pianist Inna Leytush returns to Crane’s Mill with two very talented sopranos for a concert that pays tribute to the great Russian composer, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
It’s time for another trip on the Crane’s Mill Wayback Machine!
Today, we take a look at the number one movie 50 years ago today. On April 29, 1965, the “hills were alive” as The Sound of Music reclaimed the number one box office spot in the country. The musical hit theaters on March 2, spent six weeks at number one, and in a rare move bounced back to the top this week in 1965, on its way to 12 total weeks at number one!
The songs from The Sounds of Music musical and film productions have proved timeless. “Maria”, “Sixteen Going on Seventeen,” “Do-Re-Mi,” and “My Favorite Things” immediately come to mind as songs that have spanned decades, and will likely continue for generations to come.
Plus, here are some famous folks born on April 29:
Duke Ellington – born April 29, 1899
Willie Nelson – born April 29, 1933
Jerry Seinfeld – born April 29, 1954
Daniel Day-Lewis – born April 29, 1957
Andre Agassi – born April 29, 1970
What are some of your favorite memories from back-in-the-day? Let us know! Click here to send us an email and we might include your favorite movies, music, and more from the past in the next Wayback Machine!