Thirty years ago, a small group of committed individuals came together with a vision to create a place that would offer excellent music education to anyone who wanted to learn and performance opportunities for the residents of this fast-growing region. Out of this determination sprang Indian Hill Music, a non-profit organization that is now synonymous with exceptional depth and quality and directly touches the lives of more than 12,000 people a year.
Many individual contributors have been a huge part of Indian Hill Music’s tremendous growth, through generous contributions. We need your support for the Annual Fund, now more than ever, as we take Indian Hill into its exciting next chapter.
What have we all created over 30 years?
An organization like no other in Massachusetts.
A caring place where everyone can find their musical
home and connect with others along the way.
A community of music-lovers who find shared meaning in bringing
live music to others who would not otherwise be able to experience it.
Make a tax-deductible gift online now or consider joining our MusicLovers monthly giving program. Each and every donation contributes to the strength and vitality of Indian Hill Music and is greatly appreciated.
Your generosity enables us to:
Bring comfort through song to people on the threshold between life and death.
Build a deep sense of community through music among people of all ages and backgrounds from the many diverse towns in the Indian Hill region … Littleton to Acton and Boxborough to Harvard to Ayer and Shirley to Groton and Westford to Chelmsford, and so many others.
Invest in the musicians who comprise the Orchestra of Indian Hill and to keep ticket prices affordable, so that all members of our community can enjoy this outstanding symphony in our own backyard, and so much more . . . Thank you!
For additional information, please contact Catherine Coleman, Director of Development, at (978) 486-9524 x127 or email.
Then & Now: Rosalind Lupaczyk
“Learning and practicing the clarinet with Indian Hill Music and Mr. Tervo prepared me for playing in our Ayer Shirley Middle School band. Instead of just starting out when I joined the band in 6th grade, I was willing and eager to show off what I had already learned. My time with Mr. Tervo also prepared me for being able to play 1st clarinet in many pieces, which I am very proud of.” — Rosalind Lupaczyk, began lessons in 4th grade through Indian Hill’s Ayer Shirley school partnership and, now in 7th grade, is a star in her Middle School band
"Indian Hill Music is one of the most sustaining communities of our lives. Their focus on philanthropy is aligned with our values. The Bach's Lunch concert series, scholarships, and the Ayer and Shirley school programs create musical opportunities for people who would otherwise not have them – and these opportunities can change lives. In fact, our own lives, and those of so many others, are greatly enriched by all that Indian Hill offers."
Non-Discrimination Policy: Indian Hill Music does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, age, mental or physical disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable law in its admissions, education programs, activities, or employment policies.