Offering instruction in art and music as well as selling a wide array of musical instruments and sheet music,…More Downright is the backbone of the arts and music scene in Historic Collinsville.
Art is displayed throughout the store, with one room containing the works of the resident art instructor Corey Pane. Unique and organic glass art by Naomi Kravitz is available for sale.
Musician Andrew Decker (and three other qualified musicians) give lessons in guitar, bass, drums, piano, voice, saxophone, banjo, clarinet, bassoon, flute, cello, harmonica, didgeridoo, trumpet, vibraphone, steel pan, percussion and more.
Downright is a arts/music hangout, with art gallery, coffee/tea cafe, and seasonal festivals.
Tolly's 41 on The Farmington River 41 Bridge St, Collinsville, CT06019 Tolly's 41 on The Farmington River offers a culturally-diverse menu with live music accompaniment. Menu highlights…More include Irish mac & cheese, seared diver scallops, beef negimaki, and jambalaya. Musical genres tend to correspond with the featured dishes each evening. For example, live Zydeco music would be paired with Louisiana favorites such as po-boys, etouffee and jambalaya.
Downright Music & Art 100 Main St # A, Collinsville, CT06019 The shop lends itself to the artistic atmosphere of the surrounding area. Naomi Kravitz creates her own unique…More blown-glass pieces for sale, while also displaying and selling the painted works of other artists. Her co-owner, Andrew Decker, handles the music side of the business. He and three other experienced instructors provide instrumental and vocal music lessons for beginners and seasoned musicians alike. Downright sells its own instruments in addition to teaching lessons and rents out its recording equipment to local artists. The shop's outdoor deck frequently hosts live musical performances, and its influence can often be seen in other locations around town, such as the Halloween Led Zeppelin: Physical Graffiti Concert, which was coordinated by Downright.