Winsome winds and bold brass face off ahead of Orchestra of Indian Hill season finale, Showcase Showstoppers! This month, we’re having a little fun on the blog celebrating the “highs and lows” of orchestral soloists, with works for flute and tuba showcased [...]
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.
Acclaimed regional flute ensemble becomes New England Flute Orchestra of Indian Hill Music; will perform holiday concert in December. Dr. Eileen Yarrison Indian Hill Music is excited to announce that the Nashua, New Hampshire-based New England Flute Orchestra has joined [...]
Diverse musical styles, rather than periods, characterized the major portion of Sunday's (March 28) concert by the Orchestra of Indian Hill at the Littleton High School Performance Center. Works by Stravinsky, Debussy and Carl Nielsen were composed within about 30 years from the late 19th to the early 20th century. Not to slight the orchestra or conductor Bruce Hangen, but what many or most concert-goers came to hear instead was what classical-jazz flute virtuoso Jim Walker can do with his instrument.