Apple Hill exists to create, perform, and teach chamber music at the highest standard, broaden
the appreciation of chamber music through the development of educational programs, and
cultivate connection and understanding among people of diverse backgrounds and cultures
through the Playing for Peace™ program.
|The Apple Hill String Quartet: Elise Kuder & Colleen Jennings, violin; Michael Kelley, viola; Rupert Thompson, cello|
Photo courtesy of Peter Roos, Keene State College Faculty.
SUMMER CHAMBER MUSIC WORKSHOP
It's not too late to apply! Join us at Apple Hill for a summer of beautiful chamber music and excellent teaching. Apply now!
Want to attend the summer workshop with your musical friends? At Apple Hill, you can -- and you can get a tuition discount, too! Learn more about our tell-a-friend discount.
Learn more about the Summer Chamber Music Workshop.
APPLE HILL SUMMER SING
Nourish your singer's soul! Join Apple Hill for the first-ever Summer Sing. Enjoy a week of singing madrigals, motets, and Renaissance music in a chamber choir.
Learn more and apply now.
April 27 in Peterborough, NH: Featuring a new work, "Crossroads," by John Harbison, plus quartets by Dvorak and Beethoven. The Apple Hill String Quartet, with guest artists Kendra Colton, soprano; Peggy Pearson, oboe; and Susan Hagen, string bass.
Composer John Harbison spoke recently on NHPR about upcoming concerts of his "Songs America Loves To Sing." Hear the interview.
PRESENTING THE 2014 SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
For ten Tuesday nights during the summer, Apple Hill opens its door to the public for world-class concerts featuring summer faculty and students. These concerts have become a highlight of a Monadnock summer for the region's many music lovers.
To see this summer's concert programs, click here.
To buy tickets, click here.
APPLE HILL STRING QUARTET TO RELEASE FIRST CD!
Apple Hill's first Indiegogo campaign was a success! Our campaign raised enough funds to produce the Apple Hill String Quartet's upcoming CD. Thanks to everyone!
|Apple Hill is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.|