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Music in Bass Hall: Cold Chocolate
By February 4, 2017 Read More →

Music in Bass Hall: Cold Chocolate

Cold Chocolate will be performing in Bass Hall at the Monadnock Center on February 4.

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Peterborough Folk Music Society: Rani Arbo and daisy mayhem
By January 21, 2017 Read More →

Peterborough Folk Music Society: Rani Arbo and daisy mayhem

Rani Arbo and daisy mayhem return to Peterborough Tickets: $20 adv. $23 Day of concert Tickets and more info “If Rani Arbo & daisy mayhem offer to cook at your place, you better open up all the doors, and borrow every table and chair you can, because the whole town should come.” Folk Alley Magazine “Playful and […]

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Music in Bass Hall: Duo Déjà vu
By January 15, 2017 Read More →

Music in Bass Hall: Duo Déjà vu

Duo Déjà vu performing the Voix de Paris (Voice of Paris); music that would have been heard in the salons of Paris in the 19th and 20th century. From the stunning lyricism of Chopin to the still avante garde sounds of late Debussy, Paris was an international hub for the greatest composers, as well as other artists.

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Music in Bass Hall: The Camp Backup All-Stars
By November 11, 2016 Read More →

Music in Bass Hall: The Camp Backup All-Stars

THIS CONCERT IS SOLD OUT! Tickets will not be available at the door. Just up the road from the Monadnock Center at Sargent Camp in Hancock, there is a weekend gathering of musical mentors and students. Devoted to roots music accompaniment, Camp Backup holds a Friday evening concert featuring performances by staff members, and this […]

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The Walter Peterson Forum: Dante Scala
By October 25, 2016 Read More →

The Walter Peterson Forum: Dante Scala

The Walter Peterson Forum for Civil Discourse is pleased to present a program with Dante Scala, on the roots of partisan polarization in New Hampshire, and how it’s become a swing state. Scala also will discuss whether the rise of  Donald Trump was just a freak event, or whether he is the shape of things […]

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Music in Bass Hall: Addi & Jacq
By October 15, 2016 Read More →

Music in Bass Hall: Addi & Jacq

Tickets $18 / $15 members, seniors, students. Online ticket sales are now closed. Tickets will be available at the door. Recently crowned the “best emerging band in NYC” as winners of the 2015 NPR-WNYC Battle of the Boroughs, Addi & Jacq (armed with nothing more than vocals and a harp) have created a diverse and compelling […]

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The Glass Museum presents a Concert with Wooden Dinosaur, Sam Moss, and Trevor Healy
By October 14, 2016 Read More →

The Glass Museum presents a Concert with Wooden Dinosaur, Sam Moss, and Trevor Healy

Advanced online sales have ended. Tickets will be available at the door for $15. Enjoy the show! The Monadnock Center is pleased to collaborate with the Glass Museum (producer of The Thing in the Spring) in presenting three dynamic musical performances. Wooden Dinosaur, who will be here with their brand new LP, has always been how the songs […]

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Community Conversations: Mental Illness
By October 11, 2016 Read More →

Community Conversations: Mental Illness

“Nearly one in five adults has a diagnosable mental health disorder,” explains Peter Evers, co-chair of the Campaign to Change Direction NH, and CEO of Riverbend Community Mental Health. “Learning the signs of emotional suffering can better open the door to treatment and getting people the help they deserve.” Change Direction was launched by representatives […]

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Music in Bass Hall: Hiroya Tsukamoto
By September 30, 2016 Read More →

Music in Bass Hall: Hiroya Tsukamoto

Tickets $18 / $15 members, seniors, students. Order online below or call 603-924-3235 Hiroya Tsukamoto is a one of a kind composer, guitarist and singer-songwriter from Kyoto, Japan. He began playing the five-string banjo when he was thirteen, and took up the guitar shortly after. In 1994, Hiroya entered The Osaka University and while at college […]

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Electric Earth Concerts: Project Orfeo
By August 27, 2016 Read More →

Electric Earth Concerts: Project Orfeo

Novelist Richard Powers’ 2013 novel Orfeo contains a deeply informed portrayal of both the contemporary American music scene and of 20th century music generally. Electric Earth Concerts’ interdisciplinary project takes inspiration from Orfeo’s central theme: the search for a revelatory new musical language that has engaged composers for the past century. Along the way Powers discourses eloquently on 20th century masterpieces, […]

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