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Maestro Bruce Hangen and Orchestra of Indian Hill Kick Off 43rd Season Saturday, September 23

Opening Night Program Features Berlioz, Tchaikovsky, and Dvorak, with Soloist Yun-Chin Zhou, Piano. Experience the color, drama, and excitement of a live symphony orchestra with Maestro Bruce Hangen and the Orchestra of Indian Hill on Saturday, September 23 at Littleton

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Is the Suzuki Method for you? A chat with instructor Bethany Stephan

Children the world over learn to speak their native language with ease. Shinichi Suzuki applied the basic principles of language acquisition to the learning of music, and called his method the mother-tongue approach. The ideas of parent responsibility, loving encouragement, constant repetition, listening to recordings, step-by-step mastery, and group learning are some of the defining features of the Suzuki approach.Discovery3

Indian Hill Music School is now offering a Suzuki Program for Violin or Guitar for ages 4+. Learn more about this unique and effective approach from instructor Bethany Stephan.

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A minute with Alice Hallstrom: A Seasoned Finale with Vivaldi’s Classic

Orchestra of Indian Hill wraps up its season featuring some of Indian Hill’s best on Saturday, April 22! The program features Ginastera (Variaciones Concertantes), Tchaikovsky (Capriccio Italien), and Vivaldi’s classic Four Seasons with soloist Alice Hallstrom, OIH concertmaster. Indian Hill

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Meet Justin Gu: 2017 Concerto Competition Winner

Our 2017 Concerto Competition winner Justin Gu, 15, of Andover, is no stranger to competitions, nor great stages! A student of Niva Fried for the past six years, Justin has already played in Carnegie Hall. See him perform with the Orchestra

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A Minute with Max Levinson

Known as an “intelligent and sensitive artist with a fearless technique,” Boston-based pianist Max Levinson will perform Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Orchestra of Indian Hill in their “A Story to Tell” program on Saturday, March 18. What

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