November's Orchestra of Indian Hill concert features a solo by up-and-coming Tanglewood Music Center Fellow Nathaniel Taylor, hailed by Maestro Bruce Hangen as “a real discovery...a terrific musician who plays with passion and charisma." This talented and driven young artist is making [...]
Meet IHM Piano Department Co-Chair Amy Lee of our summer Chamber Music Intensive, a challenging immersion program for advanced students. What instrument do you teach? I primarily teach piano. I also coach ensembles — piano four-hands, piano-and-string duos and trios. What styles [...]
Saturday, September 10, from 10am – 4pm, drop in for a free day of music, fun, and learning at Indian Hill Music School, 36 King Street, Littleton, with free classes and activities for all ages, an instrument petting zoo, live music by Indian Hill faculty, and free ice cream courtesy of Cherry Hill Ice Cream, Lunenburg and Townsend. Celebrate the new early childhood program with a “Music for Aardvarks” kickoff party at 10am, with teacher Joey Pierog and special guest, program creator David Weinstone. Learn about lessons and programs, and register. The event is free and open to the public, with support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and DCU - Digital Federal Credit Union.
Indian Hill Faculty members will present Sublime & Prolific: The Brilliance of Bach and Mendelssohn, on Friday, November 6 at 7:00 pm. The concert will feature the talents of Susan Bonito, soprano; Jenny Tang, piano; Alexander Vavilov, viola; Angel Hernandez, violin; and Caroline Reiner-Williams, cello. The players will perform selections from both composers in a variety of instrumental and vocal combinations, including arias and songs from Bach’s Cantata No. 58 and Mendelssohn’s Neue Liebe, Op. 19; Bach’s Suite No. 1 in G Major for solo violin; and Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio No. 2, Op. 66. Tickets are $10. Buy online at www.indianhillmusic.org or by calling (978) 486-9524 x116.