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Music in Bass Hall: Valentine’s Jazz with Stephanie Hurley

February 15, 2015 @ 3:00 pm

$12 – $40

This concert has been cancelled due to the impending weather. We hope to reschedule the trio some time in 2015 – stay tuned. 

Tickets $15 / $12 members, seniors, students. Order online below or call 603-924-3235

  • poster1Stephanie Hurley, vocals
  • Chris Albertson, guitar
  • Lynn Lovell, standup bass

Vocalist Stephanie Hurley returns for the third annual Valentines Jazz concert, featuring the songs that describe and inspire romance.

Stephanie Hurley is an enticing and engaging performer with a gift for conveying the subtle nuances embodied in romantic jazz.  She has worked with a number of bands throughout central New England, including the Bedford Big Band. She is an accomplished vocalist in many genres of music including a cappella, musicals, jazz, pop, Irish, and classical. She graduated with honors from Keene State College in May 2003, receiving a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and a Bachelor of Arts in Music History.


LynnLovellLynn Lovell has been performing as a Bassist and music educator in the Pioneer Valley area for the past 30 years. She regularly appears with various orchestras (principal bassist – Pioneer Valley Symphony and Holyoke Civic Symphony) and jazz/swing combos (Gypsy Wranglers and Butterfly Swing). She has performed at venues throughout New England at music festivals, as well as at the 100th anniversary of Carnegie Hall.  She teaches at Mount Holyoke College, Northampton Community Music Center and at her private studio. In addition, she owns and operates Bass Rentals. She also founded and administrates the Western New England Double Bass Society.


Chris Albertson  began studying drums at 8 years old and played in a variety of rock bands through junior high and early high school until beginning his study of guitar. He went on to get his B.S. in Music Education with a concentration in Classical and Jazz Guitar at Plymouth State University. Since then, Chris has been a prolific composer, player and teacher. His performance experience includes working with The Platters, Amy London, the Vermont Philharmonic, Straight No Chaser, Neal Martin and many others. His solo releases include: “Journey Towards the Light”, “Ikala”,“Soul Flight” and“Animal Songs for Kids of All Ages” which is available through Cleopatra Records.

SPECIAL for this concert: If you are not a member of the Monadnock Center and would like to become one, you may sign up below for only $25, and get FREE admission to this concert. Or, take a Family Membership for $40, and get two free admissions. If needed, our office will contact you with the email address you provide with your ticket purchase to get your full mailing address so that we can sent you our newsletter and other membership benefits. 

Note: Occasionally customers have reported an issue when trying to buy tickets online: there is a request to check a box agreeing to the terms and conditions (for Paypal), but no box is available to check. This is an external issue, apparently related to browsers or other things beyond our control. If you find that you are unable to proceed with the online ticket purchase, just give us a call at 63-924-3235, and we will add your name to the reservations list. You may pay at the door with cash, check, or credit card. 


February 15, 2015
3:00 pm
$12 – $40
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Bass Hall: Monadnock Center for History and Culture
19 Grove St
Peterborough, NH 03458 United States
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