Indian Hill Music

Indian Hill Music, Littleton MA, Phone: 978-486-9524, Community music school offering private and group lessons, all ages, abilities, styles near Acton, Westford, Groton, Harvard, Chelmsford, Concord. Professional performance series featuring symphonic concerts by the Orchestra of Indian Hill, plus chamber music, jazz, and family events.

Join the region's finest young musicians and play in our multi-level orchestra program!

NOTE: Due to low enrollment the PLAY-IN scheduled for Saturday, March 9 has been cancelled. The Monday, March 11 Youth Orchestra rehearsals will be open to prospective members. Please RSVP to the Class & Ensemble Manager if you would like to attend.

Professional-level coaching by our conductors and musicians from the Orchestra of Indian Hill
Monday night rehearsals
Three seasonal concerts
Students can take advantage of exclusive benefits to deepen their music education by attending Performance Workshops, Concerts, Masterclasses, and many other events for FREE!

SINFONIA CONCERT ORCHESTRA | guest conductors for 18/19 season
Full orchestra for advanced level strings, winds, brass, and percussion

CAMERATA STRINGS | Deanna Leedy-Andreozzi, conductor
Intermediate level string ensemble

CHAMBER STRINGS | Christopher Thibdeau, conductor
Advanced beginner level string ensemble


Thu, May 23 and May 30, 2019 - 4:00-7:30 pm
Auditions held at Indian Hill Music School, 36 King Street, Littleton MA
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Tue., Nov. 13 at 7 pm
Tue., March 5 at 7 pm
Mon., May 20 at 7 pm

Concert venue: Littleton High School Performing Arts Center, 56 King Street
TICKETS $10 (age 18 and under, free)



Day Time Tuition*
advanced level students
Monday 6:30-8:30 pm $550
intermediate to advanced
level students
Monday 5:00-6:20 pm $550
for developing string players
Monday 5:00-6:00 pm $395

*Tuition will be prorated for new members based on the start date.
Scholarships are available for all of our Music School programs.



> SECTIONAL SCHEDULE - coming soon!




This program is generously supported by:

About our Directors

Lina Gonzalez-Granados - Sinfonia Concert Orchestra - Conductor Candidate
Lina Gonzalez-Granados received her Master’s degree in Conducting from New England Conservatory under the tutelage of Charles Peltz. She is currently pursuing her Doctoral degree in Orchestral Conducting at Boston University with Bramwell Tovey. Born and raised in Cali, Colombia, Lina made her conducting debut in 2008 with the Youth Orchestra of Bellas Artes. In 2010, she became Assistant Conductor of the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas and served as Assistant Conductor of the Filarmonica Joven de Colombia for their 2015 summer tour. She has also worked with the Dallas Opera, Nashville Symphony, Odyssey Opera, and the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas. In 2017, Lina was selected as one of 16 finalists to participate in the prestigious masterclass of the Lucerne Festival led by Maestro Bernard Haitink. She was appointed the 2017-19 Taki Concordia Conducting Fellow, a position created by Marin Alsop to foster the entrepreneurship and talent of female conductors. Additionally, she was selected to participate in the Linda and Mitch Hart Institute for Conductors at the Dallas Opera, making her the first hispanic conductor selected for the Institute.

Thomas Kociela - Sinfonia Concert Orchestra - Conductor Candidate

Thomas Kociela was most recently Music Director of the Temecula Valley Youth Symphony (CA), where membership more than doubled over his tenure. The orchestra pushed new boundaries and collaborated with ensembles and musicians ranging from women’s chorus, opera singer, electronic track, flute and saxophone duo, student soloists, as well as guest bands and orchestras — with an increased number of community concerts. He also served as Assistant Conductor of the Temecula Valley Symphony as well as Assistant Music Director of the Community Youth Orchestra of Southern California. As a performer, Thomas spent seven years as a substitute musician with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on trombone, euphonium, and bass trumpet — performing under conductors such as Bernard Haitink, Pierre Boulez, Riccardo Muti, Michael Tilson Thomas, David Robertson, and Sir Mark Elder. While in Chicago, he was Assistant Conductor at the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras (CYSO) and served as the CYSO’s Pathways Neighborhood Ensembles Music Director. As an Artist Teacher at the Chicago High School for the Arts Thomas directed the wind ensemble and taught music theory. He attended the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University where he majored in trombone performance and music education. Thomas currently studies conducting at the New England Conservatory with Charles Peltz and has pursued additional studies and masterclasses with Robert Franz, Victor Yampolsky, Cristian Măcelaru, Erin Freeman, Markand Thakar, and Donald Schleicher.


Christopher Thibdeau - Sinfonia Concert Orchestra - Conductor Candidate
Christopher has served as Music Director of the Metropolitan Youth Symphony Orchestras of Atlanta, Interim Music Director of the Georgia Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Assistant Conductor of the Georgia Tech Symphony Orchestra, Conductor and Artistic Manager of Orchestras for the Atlanta Music Project, Conductor of the El Sistema-inspired music program Bridge Boston, Conductor of the Atlanta Chamber Music Festival, and Associate Conductor of the Brighton Symphony Orchestra (New York). He also spent ten days as a guest artist at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music in Kabul where he taught cello and conducting lessons and instructed the first ever female Afghan conductor, Negin Khpolwak. Christopher holds a B.M. in Cello Performance from the Eastman School of Music and a M.M. in Orchestral Conducting from the Cleveland Institute of Music.

Deanna Leedy-Andreozzi

Deanna Leedy-Andreozzi - Camerata Strings Ensemble
Deanna Leedy-Andreozzi attended Boston University where she majored in Music Education. She completed her Master’s at the Hartt School of Music and is currently pursuing a doctorate in Educational Leadership at Lesley University. A cellist, she has performed with Civic Symphony of Boston, West Virginia Symphony,  Rivers Symphony Orchestra, and the Quincy Symphony. Deanna is currently President of the Massachusetts Chapter of the American String Teacher's Association, and has adjudicated for both the Junior and Senior District Festivals. She maintains a private teaching studio in addition to teaching in Sudbury Public Schools.

Christopher Thibdeau - Chamber Strings Ensemble
See bio above


The Indian Hill Music Youth Orchestra (formerly Nashoba Youth Orchestra at Indian Hill Music) was founded through the Parish Center for the Arts in Westford, Massachusetts as The Nashoba Youth Orchestra in 2004 by a dedicated group of professional musicians, music educators, performers, and parents who shared a common vision for a high-quality youth orchestra located in the Nashoba Valley region which would serve the needs of motivated musicians throughout the region. After ten successful years as an independent youth orchestra, in 2014, the orchestra became a part of IHM’s program offerings.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Indian Hill Music School reserves the right at any time to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment. We will make every effort to hold all classes offered. In the case of a cancellation, those affected will be notified as soon as possible and a full refund will be issued if another suitable class is not available.

Indian Hill Music

36 King Street
Littleton, MA 01460
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Office Hours:

September through June:

Monday:  9am – 9pm
Tue-Fri:    9am - 8pm
Saturday: 8am - 5pm
Sunday:   Office Closed

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Indian Hill Music shares the transformative power of music, through teaching and performing, and giving music generously when there is need.


The programs of Indian Hill Music are supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, and with funds from the council administered by the Local Cultural Councils.

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