• Leonard Matczynski, Executive and Artistic Director
    Click the image to listen to Apple Hill's latest video blog, The Return of Lenny's Listening Club.
  • Founded in 1971 and located on 100 beautiful acres in rural New Hampshire, Apple Hill is recognized worldwide as a center for the teaching and performance of chamber music at the highest level.
  • Apple Hill Concert Barn and campus
    The Louise Shonk Kelley Concert Barn has been home to hundreds of Apple Hill concerts over the past 50 years. In 2020, we've shifted our concerts online.
  • Apple Hill's resident musicians, based on our campus in New Hampshire, rehearse, perform, and teach chamber music year-round.

Apple Hill exists to perform, teach, and broaden the appreciation of chamber music—cultivating connection and understanding among people of diverse backgrounds, cultures, playing levels, and ages through music performance and education centered around the values of acceptance, inclusivity, creative expression, and encouragement.

Learn more.

The Keene Sentinel recently covered Apple Hill's journey through the pandemic.
Click here to read the article.


Our next virtual concert, on May 2, will feature the Apple Hill String Quartet, with works by W. A. Mozart, Pauline Oliveros, and George Walker. Learn more.

Our final Scenes from Apple Hill video blog of the season, on May 16, will be a preview of our summer season. Learn more.

Our concerts, masterclasses, talks, and other events from our 2020-21 virtual seasons are all available on YouTube.

Download Season Flyer (PDF)


Support Apple Hill

Thank you to all our supporters who have kept us going strong. Your generosity enables us to adapt during the pandemic, and we are deeply grateful.

Please consider a gift now.


Facilities Manager Richard Anderson and his crew have been busy working on our central campus renovation project.

Click here for details and photos!