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Music in the Garden: In Trine

June 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us for Music in the Garden with In Trine!


In Trine is a musical collaboration between Kate Callahan, Cynthia Wolcott, and Michelle Begley. After ten years of singing under various names, the trio has arrived at their forever name: an astrological reference to the harmonious alignment of three bodies. In Trine will release their 1st album (and Kate’s 5th) in the summer of 2022. The album, titled “Lay it Down” features Stephen Murphy’s production and instrumental work along with jazz percussionist Ed Fast. The album started as a pandemic passion project between Callahan and Murphy.


Michelle is the Education Programs Director for the American Mural Project and has extensive experience in the arts as a performer, conductor, administrator and teaching artist, developing and leading creative programs for people of all ages. She sings regularly with a variety of small and large choral groups, is blissed out when singing with her kids and friends and has delighted in trio singing with Kate and Cynthia for the last 10 years!

Cynthia enjoys doing many different things in her life; one of her absolute favorites is singing with these two women. She helped raise four truly good humans, leads lots of yoga and mindful movement classes, helps folks lead their most fulfilled lives, and hosts concerts in her yard. Connecting with others nourishes her soul.

Kate is one of the most awarded singer-songwriters in Connecticut having served as Connecticut’s 16th State Troubadour 2016-18, when she began leading a vocal empowerment program for the women at York Correctional Institution. Kate is a Literacy Interventionist at Bristol Central High School by day and has been named CT’s Best Singer-Songwriter 2013, Best Traditional/Folk Artist 2019, and United Arts Campaign Artist of the Year 2016.


Stanley-Whitman House’s Music in the Garden Series presents artists and shows differently than a club show- instead, our house concert is more up close and personal. All of the artifice is stripped away. There is no stage, no dressing rooms, and no barrier between the performer and the audience. The SWH Music in the Garden series is more like being one step closer to how music was intended- an artist traveling from town to town, telling stories, and making friends. Come check this out!


In 1935, Stanley-Whitman House was established as Farmington’s first museum. It is a nationally recognized historic house museum and living history center that teaches through the collection, preservation, research, and dynamic interpretation of the history and culture of early Farmington, Connecticut. Programs, events, classes, and exhibits encourage visitors of all ages to immerse themselves in history by doing, acting, questioning, and engaging in colonial life and the ideas that formed the foundation of that culture.

Located in the historic village of Farmington, the museum facility centers on a circa 1720 National Historic Landmark house furnished with period antiques to reflect the everyday activities of Colonial life in Connecticut. Surrounding the house are period-raised bed gardens, an apple orchard, and heritage stone walls.

The public service areas of the museum, constructed in 2004, include a modern classroom, a period tavern room, a post-and-beam Welcome Center, a research library, an exhibit gallery, the Nancy Conklin History Gallery, and a collection storage area.

In addition to managing Memento Mori, Farmington’s ancient cemetery on Main Street, and the Village Green, located at the intersection of Routes 4 and 10, the museum also oversees the Scott Swamp Cemetery on Route 6. The Stanley-Whitman House is supported in part by the Farmington Village Green and Library Association.


At Stanley Whitman House, our commitment to accessibility is paramount. While not all of our programs are free, we strive to offer as many as possible at no cost, thanks to the generous support of our underwriters. If you wish to assist us in this mission, we welcome donations, which help us to expand further and diversify our range of activities. Your contributions play a crucial role in maintaining and increasing the accessibility of our programs.


June 22
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Stanley-Whitman House
37 High Street
Farmington, CT 06032 United States


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